• Barcelona have won their last six league meetings with Atletico Madrid in the Camp Nou, scoring 4.3 goals per game on average.
  • The Red-and-Whites have not lost any of their five meetings with Barcelona so far this season (W1 D4).
  • Against no La Liga side has Lionel Messi scored more goals than he has against Atleti (17, level with Osasuna).
  • If they win this game, Barcelona will claim their 23rd La Liga title and their fifth in the last six seasons.
  • Atleti need just a point to claim their 10th top-flight title, but they haven’t recorded one in the Nou Camp since 2006 (1-1).
  • Diego Costa has played more La Liga games against Barcelona without scoring than against any other side (seven).
  • The Catalans are winless in two league games (D2); they have not gone three without a win since the end of the 2008/09 season (four).
  • Seven of Atletico’s last 10 league goals have been headers, with five coming from corner situations.
  • Barcelona have conceded a league-high 25% of their goals from corners this term.
  • Lionel Messi has gone consecutive La Liga games against Atletico Madrid without scoring for the first time in his career.
  • David Villa, who scored his first goal for Atletico against Barcelona in the Supercopa, has scored four of his five La Liga goals against his former side in the Camp Nou.
  • Both of Barca’s goals against Atletico in all competitions this season have come from Neymar.
  • Atletico Madrid’s last two defeats in finals have both come at the Nou Camp (0-0 against Barcelona in this season’s Supercopa and 2-0 to Sevilla in the 2009/10 Copa del Rey).
  • Barcelona have scored the fewest headed goals in La Liga (five) but have conceded the fewest goals from outside the area (one).