Pre-game in 10 stats: Levante-Celta

  • Levante has not won any of its five clashes in the Ciutat de València against the Celta in the league (1 draw 4 defeats) and has gone scoreless in three of them.
  • In fact, the Galician team is the one Levante has played most matches without achieving a single victory as a home team throughout its history in First Division.
  • Celta has won its last five matches against Levante in LaLiga and has gone unscored in three of them. Its last defeat against the Valencian team was in October 2013 in Balaídos (0-1).
  • Levante has only won one of its last 13 matches in LaLiga (6 draws 6 defeats) and it was as a visiting team (0-2 in Gran Canaria against UD Las Palmas in November 2017). Its last victory as home team was in the fifth match-day against Real Sociedad (3-0 September 2017).
  • Celta has only won 1 of its las 5 matches in LaLiga (2 draws 2 defeats) although it was as a visiting team (1-3 in the derby against Deportivo last December).
  • Juan Ramón Muñiz’s team has not scored a goal in 5 of its last 6 matches in the league, but has gone unuscored in 3 of them.
  • Levante has only had 53 goal shots in LaLiga this season, the least in the tournament. Only two teams in the 5 mayor leagues has a lower record: Swansea City (47) and Amiens (51).
  • Celta is the team which has lost the most points after scoring the first goal in a match this season in LaLiga (17).
  • Iago Aspas has taken part in at least one goal in his last 5 league matches (5 goals and 2 assists).
  • In last LaLiga’s match, the striker from Moaña missed the first of 12 penalty kicks he has attempted LaLiga.