• Atletico have the opportunity to win six consecutive meetings with Real Valladolid for the first time in their top-flight history.
  • Valladolid have scored on each of their last five visits to the Vicente Calderon in La Liga but have lost four of those (winning 2-1 in 2009).
  • Atletico legend Kiko Narvaez scored his final goal for the club in a 6-1 hammering of Valladolid back in 1998.
  • Valladolid have won more away games against Atleti than versus any other side in their La Liga history (seven).
  • Despite winning just two of their last five league games (D2 L1), Atletico are one of only two sides unbeaten on home soil in La Liga this season (alongside Athletic).
  • JIM’s side are unbeaten in three league games (W1 D2); a run that coincides perfectly with Stefan Mitrovic’s arrival at the club.
  • Diego Costa, who scored his first La Liga goal for Valladolid in 2009, has scored in his last two meetings with his former side.
  • Four of Real Valladolid’s last six league goals have been scored by subs (Osorio (2), Rama and Victor Perez).
  • Valladolid have scored a league-high 42% of their goals with headers this season, though Atletico have conceded just two headed goals all season; a league-low.
  • The side from Madrid have conceded more penalties than any other La Liga team in the year 2014 (three).