• Granada have lost all five of their games under Tony Adams, conceding 13 goals and scoring only once.
  • Osasuna have only lost once in their last five La Liga games at El Sadar (W1 D3); a 1-2 defeat against Athletic Club in April.
  • Osasuna have won four of their six home games against Granada in the top-flight, however they’ve lost both of the last two matches 1-2.
  • Osasuna are the worst home side in La Liga this season (10 points) while Granada are the worst team away from home (4 points).
  • Should Granada win this match they will definitely finish 19th in La Liga this season and Osasuna will be unable to move from 20th.
  • Osasuna have conceded a league-high three own goals in La Liga this season.
  • However, in both their last two games at home in La Liga, Osasuna have been benefited from an own goal by the opposition.
  • Osasuna have conceded in their last 16 La Liga home games – their second worst such-run in the competition after a 19-game streak between 2003-04.
  • Granada were given two red cards in the reverse fixture against Osasuna this season (Ponce and Uche) – the first and only time this season.
  • Osasuna (10) and Granada (9) are two La Liga teams to have made more errors leading to goals.