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 October 7, 2019
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos is a doubt for the upcoming Clasico with Barcelona. The German midfielder has had to withdraw from his national side’s squad for upcoming fixtures against Argentina and Estonia with a groin strain. The 29-year-old picked up the injury in the weekend’s win over Granada and looks set to be out
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Posted on October 2, 2019
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has said that Los Blancos have never put in a worse performance than in their first half-display against Club Brugge. The Spanish giants eventually earned a 2-2 draw in the match but only after being torn apart by Philippe Clement’s in the first-half at the Santiago Bernanbeu, a brace from
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Posted on September 26, 2019
Spanish striker Diego Costa could soon be on the move once again, with clubs in China and Qatar potentially interested in swooping for his signature according to reports.  According to Italian publication CalcioMercato, the Atletico Madrid man could leave the Wanda Metropolitano either in January or the summer, in a move that will see the
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Posted on September 23, 2019
Barcelona legend Xavi has suggested he is aiming to return to the Catalan giants as manager in the future. The Spanish midfielder begun his managerial career only a few months ago as he stepped into the hot seat at Al Sadd after retiring at the Qatari club. Despite only just learning the ropes, the 39-year-old
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Posted on August 9, 2019
Real Madrid could use current players Gareth Bale and Keylor Navas in any move for Paris Saint Germain forward Neymar, according to reports. Marca report that the Brazilian is a transfer priority for Los Blancos ahead of the closure of the Spanish transfer window on 2nd September and could well offer two of their current
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Posted on August 7, 2019
Gareth Bale’s future at Real Madrid continues to be increasingly uncertain with the Wales winger left out of Los Blancos’ squad for an upcoming pre-season friendly against Red Bull Salzburg. The Spanish giants travel to Austria on Wednesday evening to continue their preparations for the 2019/20 season, but once again will be without Bale. The
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Posted on July 6, 2019
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is set to remain with Spanish giants Atletico Madrid, with his deal set to become permanent, the Blues have confirmed. The Spaniard struggled in his season-and-a-half in West London after joining on a big-money deal from Real Madrid. In 72 appearances in all competitions, he scored only 24 goals, 16 of
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Posted on July 1, 2019
Brazilian star Neymar is refusing to attend pre-season training with Paris Saint Germain, according to reports. Suggested by Spanish publication Sport, the Brazilian has told his current employers that he will not be present for the Ligue 1 club’s preparations for the 2019/20 season, amidst rumours surrounding a potential move to his former club Barcelona.
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Posted on June 17, 2019
Spanish giants Atletico Madrid are reportedly close to completing a big-money move for Benfica starlet Joao Felix. According to various reports, Diego Simeone’s men have agreed to trigger the buyout clause in the forward’s contract – at a price of approximately £107.3m. Felix is apparently now in Madrid and is set to imminently sign a deal
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Posted on June 9, 2019
Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti has confirmed that he has not considered leaving the Catalan giants this summer despite a tricky campaign during 2018/19. The French centre-back was only able to make 15 appearances in all competitions throughout the last campaign due to a troublesome knee injury, leading to reports linking him with an imminent exit
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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.