La Liga

Spanish La Liga is widely regarded as the best league competition in the world and it is slowly becoming even more popular than the English Premier League. El Clasico rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid and their fierce rivalry is probably the main reason why a growing number of football fans across the globe follow the competition closely and taking that into account it is hardly surprising that La Liga betting is extremely widespread in the online gambling community. Having said that, we simply had no choice but to delegate a separate category to the betting news coming from arguably world’s best football league.

With the Catalans and los Blancos always in the spotlight, our La Liga news will be mostly concerned with the two giants of European football, but you will also have a chance to learn more about up and coming sides such as Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Athletic Bilbao and Malaga. Spanish La Liga is clearly one of the most interesting leagues in world football and with major online bookmakers boasting excellent coverage of matches from Spain’s top flight, you will always have access to the best La Liga betting odds and markets from leading sports betting operators.

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Posted on January 15, 2019
Atletico Madrid have reportedly opened talks with Chelsea over the possibility of signing Blues’ forward Alvaro Morata. According to Sky Sports, Diego Simeone wants to recruit another forward to partner Antoine Griezmann at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. Diego Costa has struggled this season having only scored one goal so far this season. On a similar
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Posted on January 5, 2019
Atletico Madrid will aim to keep the pressure on Barcelona at the top of the La Liga table as they take on high-flying Sevilla at the Estadio Roman Sanchez Pizjuan on Sunday afternoon. Diego Simeone’s men are enjoying another excellent season and sit second, only three points behind the reigning Spanish champions. Elsewhere, Sevilla are
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Posted on January 4, 2019
Spanish giants FC Barcelona have reportedly opened negotiations over a potential move for VfB Stuttgart defender Benjamin Pavard according to reports. As per Gianluca Di Marzio, the Spanish giants have met with agents of the Frenchman over his signature. There is not yet any indication over whether a fee has been agreed for the defender.
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Posted on December 27, 2018
Reports have suggested that FC Barcelona could swoop for Paris Saint Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot in a cut-price deal. Diario AS have suggested that the Frenchman could move to the Camp Nou in a deal worth approximately €5m. He is out of contract with the French outfit next summer, leaving him free to sign a new
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Posted on December 14, 2018
Barcelona defender Jordi Alba has suggested that Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata would be welcome at the Nou Camp, should the Catalans be interested in a deal for the striker. There were reports earlier this week that the Spanish champions were eyeing a potential loan swoop for the Chelsea striker to bolster their attacking options. The
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Posted on December 6, 2018
Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari has admitted that no player at the Santiago Bernabeu is guaranteed their starting position at the club. The Spaniard has been in charge of the European champions since the end of October and has overseen an upturn in form at the club having won six out of his seven games.
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Posted on November 19, 2018
Spanish outfit Sevilla are reportedly plotting a return for former midfielder Vicente Iborra following an injury to Maxime Gonalons. The Spaniard is currently with Leicester City having moved to the King Power Stadium in the summer of 2017 for a reported fee of £12m. However, he has found opportunities hard to come by in the
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Posted on November 9, 2018
Former Real Madrid defender Roberto Carlos has claimed that compatriot Vinicius Junior could make history at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. The 18-year-old moved to the Spanish capital in the summer from Brazilian outfit Flamengo for a fee of a reported 45 million euros. Despite that large transfer cost, the youngster has only made fleeting appearances
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Posted on November 9, 2018
Spanish outfit Athletic Club are reportedly eyeing a return for their former striker Fernando Llorente, according to reports in the English press. According to The Independent, Eduardo Berizzo’s are keen on bringing the current Tottenham Hotspur forward back to the San Mamés Stadium over five years after he departed on a free transfer for Juventus. The Spaniard’s
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Posted on October 21, 2018
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has been lined up to potentially replace Julen Lopetegui at Real Madrid, according to reports. Italian outfit Corriere dello Sport report that the Italian is in pole position to replace the under-fire Spaniard at the Santiago Bernabeu. Having only arrived in the summer in the place of the departed Zinedine
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La Liga History

Spanish Primera Division was established in 1929, no less than 27 years after the first Copa del Rey campaign and a total of ten clubs took part in the first edition of the championship. Six teams were elected as previous winners of the aforementioned Cup competitions, three sides qualified as Copa del Rey runners-up, whereas Racing Santander won the qualifying tournament. It was Barcelona who won the first league title, but Athletic Bilbao dominated the opening years of the competition and los Leones remain one of just three founding teams that were never relegated from Spain’s top flight.

Real Madrid and Barcelona dominated the competition from the 1950s onwards, with los Blancos winning 31 league trophies and Catalans lifting 21 titles. Atletico Madrid, Athletic Bilbao and Valencia are the only other teams that have more than five league titles to their name, and to this date, only nine sides have lifted the Primera Division trophy.

La Liga Betting Odds

When it comes to online betting, Spanish La Liga probably still lags behind the English Premier League, but an increasing number of online bettors continues to place bets on the most interesting La Liga games. Those who enjoy backing the favourites at short prices can look no further than Real Madrid and Barcelona, teams that tend to finish the league campaign with 80% win ratio, whereas the punters with less conservative betting style can back the in-form sides are pretty competitive odds.

Regardless of your betting style and preference you can rest assured that best La Liga betting odds will be always just one click away and that goes without saying for the latest news from team’s camps. It is ultimately up to you to decide who you want to back and how much money you are prepared to risk, but betting previews compiled by our La liga experts can give you a helping hand and push you in the right direction.