It’s been 15 months since Barça last dropped a league point at the Camp Nou – when Real Madrid drew 2-2 in week 7 of the 2012/13 season. Since then the team have won every single home match in the competition - a total of 25: 15 last season and 10 under Gerardo Martino so far this year.
Barça have scored a total of 87 goals in those 25 wins – averaging an amazing 3.48 goals a game. Levante suffered the biggest defeat when they went down 7-0 at the start of this season, though curiously, the Valencia side are, along with Espanyol, also the only team to restrict Barça to a single goal, having lost 1-0 in week 32 last season (Espanyol lost by the same score in week 12 of this campaign).
In contrast, the team have conceded just 18 goals, at 0.72, less than a goal a game.
FC Barcelona currently hold the record for a run of home wins in the Spanish League, having gone 39 matches without dropping a single point between week 22 of the 1957/58 season and week 8 of the 1960/61 campaign, when they chalked up 159 goals and conceded just 26.