Pre-game in 10 stats: Valencia-Celta

  • Valencia has only won 2 of its last matches against Celta in all tournaments (2 draws, 4 losses) 1-5 at Balaidos in November 2015 and 3-2 at Mestalla in the last match between the two teams, played in April.
  • The sky-blues have only won two of its last 23 games as the away team against Valencia in First Division (6 draws, 15 losses), the last one in March 2016(0-2).
  • By losing to Getafe its last match (1-0), Valencia broke its best streak without losing (13) in LaLiga 2006 (16), with Sánchez Flores as manager.
  • Celta solo has only won 2 of its last 10 matches as the away team (1 draw, 7 losses), both with Unzue on the bench this season (Vs Eibar 0-4 and Vs Las Palmas 2-5).
  • Valencia is the team which has been trailing the least minutes on the scoreboard in LaLiga this season with 32 (8 against Real Madrid and 24 against Getafe in its last match).
  • Two Celta club-trained footballers currently play for Valencia: Rodrigo and Santi Mina. The latter got to debut with RC Celta.
  • Dani Parejo haa scored in each of his last three matches against Celta in LaLiga (four goals). In addition, the Vigo squad is the team the Valencia captain has scored most goals against (five, the same number that against Real Madrid).
  • Rodrigo Moreno has been involves in 10 goals in his latest 11 matches in league play (eight goals and two assista).
  • Iago Aspas haa scored 8 goals in his last 7 league matches. He is the Spanish national with most goals scored in LaLiga this natural year 2017 (17).
  • Marcelino García Toral has only won 2 of his last 6 matches as manager against Celta in league play (2 draws, 2 losses), both on the bench of Villarreal (1-3 at Balaidos in 2014 and 4-1 at El Madrigal in 2015).