• Celta Vigo have won four of their last five top-flight meetings with Valladolid, only losing the reverse fixture this season.
  • Real Valladolid have the opportunity to win consecutive league games against Celta Vigo for only the second time in the top-flight (other was in 1950/51).
  • Valladolid have not won in the Balaidos since 1997 (2-0) but they have drawn four of their last seven top-flight trips there.
  • Celta have only won one of their last six home league games (D3 L2), conceding exactly twice in three of their last four.
  • Valladolid have the opportunity to record their longest unbeaten run since returning to the top-flight in 2012 (four, currently three).
  • If only home points counted this season, Celta Vigo would be in the relegation zone on 19 points.
  • Valladolid have only lost one of their five league games with Jaime as starting goalkeeper this season (W1 D3), conceding just two goals in total.
  • Nolito has scored 10 league goals this season; just two fewer than Iago Aspas managed last term (12).
  • Javi Guerra scored his first La Liga hat-trick in the reverse fixture against Celta; it was the first by a Valladolid player in the top-flight since 2008 (Joseba Llorente v Recreativo).