This will be Barcelona’s first league trip to Huesca in their history.


Barcelona have won their three previous competitive games against Huesca, two in the Copa del Rey in 2014/15 and one in La Liga this season (scoring 20 goals and conceding three).


Huesca’s biggest ever defeat in the top-flight came against Barcelona, losing 2-8 in September 2018.


Barcelona are unbeaten in their last 12 away games in La Liga (W8 D4), scoring exactly four goals in three of the last four.


Huesca have scored in each of their last seven league games, netting 12 goals in the process - their best scoring streak in the top-flight.

Barcelona have used the fewest players in La Liga this season (22), while Huesca have used the most in the competition (30).


Barcelona have collected a league-high 10 points thanks to goals scored in the last 10 minutes of games this season.


Barcelona’s Luis Suarez is now the highest scoring Uruguayan player in La Liga history (130), surpassing Diego Forlán (128).


Huesca’s Ezequiel Ávila has been involved in six goals in his last six La Liga appearances (four goals and two assists).


Huesca’s Francisco Rodriguez has lost his three managerial La Liga games against FC Barcelona, all of them in charge of Almeria, conceding eight goals in the process.