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 August 5, 2020
Two of the favourites for the UEFA Europa League crown clash on Thursday evening as Sevilla and AS Roma travel to Germany and the MSV-Arena to play their one-legged last-16 tie. A clash with either Wolverhampton Wanderers or Olympiacos is in prospect for the victors and considering the history of the two, it would be
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Posted on August 4, 2020
Leicester City are set to get their summer transfer business underway by making a move for Barcelona winger Francisco Trincão. According to Fabrizio Romano, the Premier League outfit are interested in the Portuguese wideman and are planning on offering the Camp Nou club a two-year loan as well as an obligation to buy the player
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Posted on August 4, 2020
Former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper has confirmed his retirement from football following the conclusion of the 2019/20 season. The stopper, who has been plying his trade for FC Porto since 2015, released a statement on Twitter on Tuesday morning confirming that he was stepping back from the game. He said: “The important thing is
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Posted on July 28, 2020
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane could be set to ship out a number of players to generate transfer funds for the club this summer, according to reports. According to Diario AS, the Frenchman wants to generate approximately €100m in funds by selling up to four first-team players. Defender Achraf Hakimi has already departed in a
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Posted on July 23, 2020
Unai Emery has made his return to football, being appointed Head Coach of La Liga outfit Villarreal. The Spaniard’s appointment at the Estadio de la Cerámica was confirmed on Thursday morning following eight months out of the game after his sacking by Arsenal in November. He takes over a Yellow Submarine side fresh off of
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Posted on July 15, 2020
Luis Suarez has all but conceded the La Liga crown to Real Madrid, admitting that the title is ‘impossible to win’ for Barcelona. The Blaugrana sit four points behind Real Madrid with just two matches of the season left to play. Zinedine Zidane’s men need just a maximum of one victory to claim their first
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Posted on July 13, 2020
Spanish giants Atletico Madrid have been linked with a surprise move for Norwich City midfielder Emiliano Buendia. According to Sky Sports, Diego Simeone’s men like the look of the winger ahead of a potential move in the summer. They are not the only La Liga side who have their eyes on the 23-year-old though, with
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Posted on July 12, 2020
Barcelona have been handed a blow in their pursuit of the La Liga crown, with Antoine Griezmann potentially ruled out for the rest of the domestic campaign. The French forward was replaced at half-time in the Blaugrana’s slender 1-0 win at Real Valladolid on Saturday , the reason for which has now been revealed as
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Posted on July 11, 2020
Raphael Varane and his Real Madrid teammates are ‘focused’ on the race for the La Liga crown as the season enters its conclusion, according to the French defender. Los Blancos currently occupy top spot in the table, four points clear of Barcelona, with just three matches of the season remaining. Understandably, Zinedine Zidane’s men are
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Posted on July 2, 2020
Arsenal have reportedly upped their interest in signing Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey this summer, according to The Athletic. The report suggests that Mikel Arteta’s Gunners are particularly interested in swooping for the Ghanaian’s signature due to his relatively affordable release clause of €50m. However, it is also implied the North-Londoners would also aim to
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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.