The Blaugrana team only serves the victory against Osasuna and will try to get it in a venue where it is almost perfect with the Cantabrian coach.
Barcelona He will play this Thursday paying attention to what happens at the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium, since a victory for Real Madrid on Villarreal would leave settled The league. However, Blaugrana can not be distracted in his duel at home against Osasuna, since if it does not win, it will automatically consecrate the merengue box, whatever its result against the Submarine.
In addition to the difference established in the positions with the Navarrese team (11th), the Catalan team can rely on a statistic that shows it almost perfect in the Camp Nou by the hand of Quique Setién: He won eight of the nine games in that venue (1 draw remaining), and left his goal at zero in five of the last six, as detailed by the Opta agency.
As if that were not enough, this intermittent Barça triumphed in the last six home matches against Osasuna in the First Division, with a total of 31 goals, 5.2 average per game and with his goal unbeaten on four occasions.
For and against the Navarros? They won two of their last three away matches in La Liga (1 remaining fall), as many wins as in their previous 14 trips in the competition. Although they only won one of their last 13 matches in the Spanish tournament against the Culés: 3-2 at home in February 2012. The record is completed with 3 draws and 9 defeats.
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