Champions League: BATE Borisov v Valencia

Facts and figures ahead of the Champions League group stage match between BATE Borisov and Valencia at Dynamo Stadium in Minsk.

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BATE Borisov's Vitali Rodionov (L) celebrates after scoring the second goal for the team during their Champions League match against Lille at the Lille Grand Stade stadium in Villeneuve d'Ascq (Reuters)

BATE Borisov have played six matches in Europe against Spanish opposition, losing them all.

BATE have failed to score in their last five European games against Spanish opponents.

Valencia have won just one of their last 10 matches in European competition away from the Mestalla.

The Belarusian champions have blocked 17 opposition shots so far, more than any other team in the tournament.

Only Cluj (51) and Man City (57) have allowed their opponents more shots against them than BATE Borisov (46).

Goalkeeper Andrey Gorbunov has caught (14) and punched (9) more high balls into his penalty area than any other glovesman in the Champions League.

BATE had won none of their six previous home games in the Champions League (D2 L4), before beating Bayern in their last outing.

The Belarusians also double their total goal tally on home soil having scored just three goals in the previous six matches prior to their treble versus Bayern.

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