FC Barcelona's record away from Camp Nou is squeaky clean in 2015, having now won 10 consecutive on the road going back to the team's infamous defeat suffered at Anoeta on 4 January. Since then, good showings away from home have been a big reason why the team have progressed in all three competitions.
In the Spanish Cup, the team bagged wins and tickets to the next round in matches at Elche, Atlético Madrid and Villarreal. In the UEFA Champions League, a 2–1 first-leg win at Manchester City were a big step towards a quarter-final berth, while in La Liga Barça have gone undefeated at Deportivo, Elche, Athletic Club, Granada, Eibar and now Celta. In these ten away victories the team have scored 33 goals and conceded only seven.
The last extended winning streaks away from home were in 2012/13 and in 2009/10, when they strung together seven straight. The Club record, however, was set in 2008/09 when Barça won 13 consecutive games away from Camp Nou, a milestone that could be matched if they win at the Sánchez Pizjuan, the Parc des Princes and at Cornellà-El Prat. It won't be easy.