Atlético have won only two of their last eight meetings with Getafe in the top-flight (D3 L3).
Four of the five draws between Atlético and Getafe in La Liga have been by the same scoreline: 1-1.
Atlético won their last derby in the top-flight (3-1 against Rayo): the last time they won two in a row was back in 77/78 and 78/79 (two wins vs Rayo).
Getafe have lost their last four league derbies on the road, shipping 12 goals and scoring just two.
Simeone’s men have won only two of their last nine league games (D4 L3).
Manzanares’ side are, along with Racing, the team who have drawn the most matches 0-0 this season in LigaBBVA (6).
Getafe’s last six league goals have been scored by different players (including one own goal by Iñigo Martínez).
Atlético have picked up the joint-fewest points after conceding the first goal in LigaBBVA matches this season (1 from nine games).
Only Messi (2), Ronaldo (1.33) and Benzema (1.15) have averaged more goals per game at home in La Liga this season than Falcao (1.08).
Real Sociedad have only won one of their last five top-flight meetings with Rayo (D2 L2).
In 29 visits to the Basque country in Primera, Rayo have won just four times in total: two 1-0s and two 2-1s.
Real Sociedad are without a win in their last six matches at home to sides from Madrid in Primera (D2 L4), conceding 12 goals and scoring four in these games.
Montanier’s men are on a run of three straight league defeats, they have not lost four in a row since April last year.
Rayo have lost their last two league games and four of the last six (W2).
None of the Madrid side’s last 17 league games have finished in a draw (W7 L10).
Only Zaragoza (32) and Sporting (37) have conceded more goals on the road in La Liga than Rayo (31) this season, though only Valencia, Barcelona and Real Madrid have won more points away from home.
A win for Sevilla would mean they have won three consecutive league games for the first time within a single campaign since November 2009.
Sevilla have scored in their last 10 league meetings at home to Mallorca.
Manu del Moral has scored a brace in his last two league matches for the first time ever in Primera.
The islanders are the lowest-scoring side, along with Racing, in the last 15 minutes of league games this season (3 goals).
Mallorca are one of only two sides, along with Zaragoza, against whom Perotti has scored more than once in Liga BBVA (two goals).
José Antonio Reyes, yet to score in 13 league games for Sevilla this season, has had more shots without scoring than any other player in Primera this season.
The islanders are yet to score more than once in the first half of a La Liga game this season.
Joaquín Caparrós has conceded twice as many goals (9) at the Sánchez Pizjuán as his teams have scored there in Primera.
Manu del Moral’s next goal will see him set a new personal record for most goals in a single season in La Liga (nine so far).
All but one of Mallorca’s last 11 league goals have come in the second half, aside from Nunes’ strike at El Molinón.
Pérez Lasa has already taken charge of a Sevilla-Mallorca match in the league, with Sevilla winning 3-1 in May 2009.