Osasuna have won just one of their last 12 matches against Barcelona in LaLiga (D3 L8) and that win came away from home, 2-1 in July 2020.
Barcelona have avoided defeat in their last six visits to Osasuna in LaLiga (W3 D3), alternating between a win and a draw in those six away games - they drew the last one, 2-2 in December 2021.
Osasuna have not lost any of their seven home games on Tuesday in LaLiga (W4 D3), winning the last two, while Barcelona have not lost any of their 33 Tuesday games in the competition (W23 D10) - it is the only day of the week that the Blaugrana side have not suffered a top-flight defeat.
Osasuna have five wins from their first seven home games in LaLiga in 2022/23 (L2), their highest home tally at this stage of a top-flight campaign since 2005/06 (W7).
Barcelona have taken 34 points after their first 13 games in LaLiga 2022/23 (W11 D1 L1), equalling their joint-fourth highest tally at this stage of a top-flight campaign (34 points in 2010/11) – they’ve only won more points at this stage in 2012/13 (37), 2013/14 (37) and 2017/18 (35).
Barcelona have conceded just four goals after their first 13 games in LaLiga 2022/23, equalling the lowest tally by a team at this stage of a season in top-flight history (four goals conceded by Atlético Madrid in 1995/96).
Barcelona's Robert Lewandowski has been involved in the most shots of any player in LaLiga this season (65, 50 shots attempted, and 15 chances created).
Osasuna's Roberto Torres has scored four goals in 10 games against Barcelona in LaLiga, his highest tally against the same opponent in the competition.
Barcelona's Ferran Torres scored his only LaLiga brace against Osasuna in March 2022, in what was his only top-flight start against the Navarran side (3 apps in total - one start, two sub).
Osasuna’s Jagoba Arrasate has lost just one of his four LaLiga home games against Barcelona (W1 D2), 0-2 in March 2021 with Ronald Koeman in the opposite bench.