Huesca

form

All
ATM 2 - 0 HUE
L
ALA 1 - 0 HUE
L
HUE 3 - 1 ELC
W
LEV 0 - 2 HUE
W
HUE 0 - 0 OSA
D
BAR 4 - 1 HUE
L
HUE 3 - 4 CEL
L
EIB 1 - 1 HUE
D
HUE 3 - 2 GRA
W
HUE 1 - 2 RMA
L
Barcelona

form

All
ATH 0 - 4 BAR
W
RMA 2 - 1 BAR
L
BAR 1 - 0 VLD
W
RSO 1 - 6 BAR
W
BAR 4 - 1 HUE
W
PSG 1 - 1 BAR
D
OSA 0 - 2 BAR
W
BAR 3 - 0 SEV
W
BAR 3 - 0 ELC
W
BAR 1 - 1 CAD
D
Head to Head
6 Matches (1 Draws)
0 Total wins 5
0 Home wins 3
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
4 Wins
BAR 4 - 1 HUE
HUE 0 - 1 BAR
HUE 0 - 0 BAR
BAR 8 - 2 HUE
BAR 8 - 1 HUE
4 Goals Scored 21
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Huesca have failed to win their last two LaLiga games against Barcelona (D1 L1), while they suffered their heaviest ever defeat in the competition against them in September 2018 - 2-8 at Camp Nou.
  2. In all competitions, Barcelona are unbeaten in their last four games against Huesca (W3 D1), two in LaLiga and two in Copa del Rey, scoring 20 goals and conceding only three.
  3. Barcelona have avoided defeat in their first LaLiga game in a calendar year in their last five seasons (W2 D3), since losing 0-1 away from home vs Real Sociedad in January 2015.
  4. Huesca have only won one of their seven LaLiga games at El Alcora this season (1-0 vs Alavés in MD13), but four of them have finished in a draw (L2).
  5. After a run four away games without a win in LaLiga (D1 L3), Barcelona won their last away match (3-0 vs Real Valladolid) and are looking to win two in a row the first time under Ronald Koeman.
  6. Barcelona have lost their last two LaLiga games against newly-promoted sides (vs Osasuna in July and Cádiz in December) as many defeats as in their previous 22 games against such sides in the competition (W17 D3 L2). They have never lost three in a row against newly promoted sides in the top-flight.
  7. Barcelona’s Lionel Messi was directly involved in four goals in his only previous LaLiga game against Huesca, scoring two goals and making two assists in September 2018.
  8. Excluding own goals, Barcelona’s last six goals away from home in LaLiga have been scored by different players: Ansu Fati, Sergi Roberto, Antoine Griezmann, Clement Lenglet, Martin Braithwaite and Lionel Messi.
  9. Javier Ontiveros has scored in each of his last two home LaLiga appearances (two goals) and could become the second Huesca player to score in three in a row at El Alcoraz in the top-flight, after Chimy Ávila (three in March-April 2019).
  10. Huesca’s Míchel Sánchez has lost his two managerial LaLiga games against Barcelona, both as Rayo Vallecano boss. As a player, he lost each in of his last four appearances against them in the competition (two for Rayo and two for Real Murcia).
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