• Villarreal have the opportunity to win three successive La Liga games against Real Betis at El Madrigal for the first time in their history.
  • Only Real Madrid (seven) and Barcelona (six) have won more games against Villarreal at El Madrigal than Betis (four) in La Liga.
  • Villarreal have collected 15 points in 2014; one more than Real Betis have managed in the whole 2013/14 season (14).
  • Betis are the only team yet to win an away game in La Liga this season.
  • The Green-and-Whites are winless in 16 away league games overall, drawing three and losing 13.
  • Betis and Villarreal are the two sides to have scored a league-low of three headed goals this season.
  • Ruben Castro has scored each of Real Betis’s last four league goals.
  • Marcelino’s side have gained a league-high seven points thanks to goals scored in the final 10 minutes of games this term.
  • Only one of Real Betis’s 20 league goals this season has been scored by a non-Spaniard: Nosa Igiebor’s winner in the reverse meeting with Villarreal.
  • Real Betis have been behind at the interval in 12 of their last 18 La Liga games (W1 D5).