Betting on the Spanish La Liga will always prove to be exciting for your football predictions. This is the top league in Spain and competed for by 20 clubs playing 38 games. The aim is to win the league and become the best team in Spain. The reigning champions are Real Madrid who reclaimed their title from Barcelona. With Lionel Messi staying at Barcelona, they will be out to win the title this season.
The top four teams in the table qualify for the Champions League. Sides finishing fifth and sixth go into the Europa League, while the bottom three are relegated to La Liga II. There are so many different aspects of this Spanish football championship to follow and enjoy, so don’t be surprised if La Liga bets become one of your favourites during the 2020/21 season!
La Liga has a natural appeal to any football fan, largely due to the legendary clubs and star players involved in the league. How could we not mention Real Madrid, Barcelona or Atletico Madrid, the dream clubs of football fans from around the world. Whether it is the like of Lionel Messi for the Catalan side, Eden Hazard for Los Blancos or Joao Felix for Los Colchoneros - each club has world-class players capable of performing to the highest level every weekend. If you’re a fan of football betting don’t hesitate to have fun with your sports betting on La Liga - the competition is a real highlight for fans of the genre.
For your La Liga bets, as often as possible try to select a potential match winner. Our team of betting experts spend their time working hard studying the key statistics. Whether it be under/over 2.5 goals, both teams to score or the first goalscorer, they will give you important information that can help you get winners. Here are ten statistics from the 2019/20 season.
Another battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona is anticipated for the 2020/21 La Liga season. The pair finished 12 points clear of the rest of the league. Not since 2014 has any other club won the title and that was Atletico Madrid. They finished third last season but only lost four league matches. 16 draws stopped them getting closer to the top two. Sevilla were fourth and finished on the same number of points as Atletico. They won the Europa League again, but need to produce that kind of form throughout the season to challenge for the La Liga title.
Winner: After seeing Barcelona win the title for two years in a row, Real Madrid regained top spot last season, winning the title by five points. Real were the only club in La Liga not to lose a home match last season.
European Football: Real Madrid will be joined in the Champions League by Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla. Villarreal, Real Sociedad and Granada qualified for the Europa League.
Relegated: At the other end of the table, the bottom three finishers - Leganes, Mallorca and Espanyol - were relegated to La Liga II.
Promoted: Huesca, who had been relegated from La Liga in the 2018/19 season, won La Liga II last season and will make their return. Joining them are Cadiz CF and play-off winners Elche.