• Real Madrid have won their last seven league games against Osasuna at the Bernabeu, scoring an average of 3.6 goals per game over the last five.
  • The last time Osasuna took a point in the Bernabeu was back in 2005/06 (1-1); the season they claimed their joint-highest league position (fourth, also in 1990/91).
  • Pepe, who scored Real Madrid’s equaliser in El Sadar in the reverse fixture, has scored as many goals this term as in his first six La Liga campaigns combined (four).
  • Real Madrid have scored nine goals in their last two home league games; just two short of Osasuna’s total away goals haul this season (11).
  • Oriol Riera is the only La Liga player to have scored two headers against Real Madrid this term.
  • Gareth Bale has scored in his last three league games (four goals); his best run in La Liga.
  • Osasuna have only won one of their last seven away league games (D2 L4), though this was their most recent away game (2-1 at Almeria).
  • Alvaro Morata has the best minutes/goal ratio of any player to have scored at least two goals in the top five European leagues this season (44.83).
  • Only Getafe (38.2%) have a lower shooting accuracy than Osasuna (39.4%) this term.
  • The side from Navarra have gained just three points with goals in the second-half all season; a league-low.