• Betis have won their last three home games against Valencia in La Liga.
  • Real have gone eight games without winning at home (D3 L5), but have not gone nine games at home without victory in the top flight since September 2007 (10).
  • Valencia have gone 11 consecutive games without winning in the league (D7 L4), their worst run of results since 1986 (13).
  • Away from home, Valencia have only won one of their last nine league matches (D2 L6), 1-5 against Celta.
  • Betis have only scored 15 goals after 22 games in La Liga; in the last nine seasons, only two teams have scored 15 goals or fewer up to this point in the season (Xerez in 2009-10 and Granada 2014-15).
  • Betis have had the fewest number of shots on goal in La Liga this season (69).
  • Of the eight seasons in the top flight in which Betis have achieved 22 points or fewer after the first 22 matches (with 3 points awarded for a win) they have been relegated in seven of them.
  • Ruben Castro has taken charge of two league games against Valencia at the Villamarín; in the first of these, he achieved a league double (December 2011).
  • Only Rayo (43%) have scored a higher percentage of their goals from set pieces than Valencia this season (38%).
  • Daniel Parejo has been involved in five of the last seven away goals scored by his side in La Liga (two goals, three assists).