• Osasuna have only won one of their last five league meetings with Malaga (D3 L1).
  • Malaga have only lost one of their 11 visits to Pamplona in La Liga since reforming, winning four and drawing six.
  • Since reformation, Malaga’s biggest away win in La Liga came at El Sadar in 2005 (6-1).
  • The Reds have won two consecutive home league games; they have not won three in a row since February 2013.
  • Bernd Schuster’s side have only won one of their last nine league games (D3 L5) and that came on home soil (3-2 v Sevilla in February).
  • Indeed, Malaga have only won one of their last 18 away league games, losing 11 and drawing six.
  • Malaga have scored just 24 goals so far this season; their worst ever record after 26 games of a top-flight campaign.
  • Javi Gracia’s side are the only team in La Liga yet to claim a point in a game they have conceded the first goal in.
  • Five of Malaga’s last nine league goals have been headers.
  • Osasuna have scored 29% (seven of 24) of their league goals this season in the opening 15 minutes; a league-high proportion.