Will El Sadar continue to be a fortress for Osasuna?
So far in front of their own supporters, it’s played two and won two for los Rojillos.
On the opening night of the season, they beat Sevilla 2-1, before ousted Cádiz 2-0 eight days later.
Bizarrely, all four goals were scored from the penalty spot, by three different players.
Chimy Ávila converting twice, while Aimar Oroz and Kike have also made not mistake from 12 yards.
However, last weekend, Jagoba Arrasate’s team saw their 100% start come to an end, narrowly beaten 1-0 by Real Betis at Estadio Benito Villamarín.
Back in Pamplona, will Osasuna get back to winning ways?
Similarly, Rayo Vallecano were also unbeaten after two games, but that streak was ended last weekend.
Los Franjirrojos held Barcelona to a goalless draw at Camp Nou before an impressive 2-0 victory at Espanyol.
However, in their first match at Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas of the campaign, los Vallecanos were defeated by Mallorca last time out.
Andoni Iraola’s team have still only won three matches in 2022, all coming in Catalonia, which is far from ideal, with just one of their remaining 35 fixtures taking place in that particular region.
So, a home victory seems the most likely outcome.