Real Zaragoza boss Manolo Jimenez has insisted that 'statistics are there to be broken' as his side face Atletico Madrid.
The Blanquillos travel to Vicente Calderon to face a Rojiblancos side who currently sit in second place in the table having lost just three games all season.
But the 48-year-old tactician is optimistic that his men can get a result.
“We are facing one of the top teams in the League,” he told a Press conference. “But statistics are there to be broken.
“We are doing some good things, but we need to be more consistent.”