La Liga is probably most Premier League fans’ second favourite league, and it’s not hard to see why!
Some of the best players in the world, one of the biggest rivalries in European football, and some fierce competition for the top four places, all adds up to excitement and drama.
We’ll bring you all the latest news, up to date La Liga title odds, and top-class tips so you’re ready to cash in this season.
Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in La Liga.
Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.
After two seasons of Barcelona dominance, Real Madrid secured a much-needed title win last campaign.
But with a new coach and a new line up, a Barca bounce back is surely on the cards.
Here’s a look at the leading contenders plus our top Odds Picks to win the title.
Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane’s men put a third-place finish in 2019 behind them by winning a record 34th La Liga title last season.
French forward Karim Benzema led the way, firing in 21 league goals. And with no marquee signings over the summer, he will once again be the main man at the Bernabeu.
The only potential fly on the tapas for Madrid may be their reliance on Benzema’s goals, as only he and Sergio Ramos reached double figures last season.
Our Odds Pick: 1/5 at Betway
Barcelona: Ronald Koeman better have some Teflon trousers, because he is currently occupying the hottest seat in European football, with both his predecessors being sacked this year alone.
And much will depend on his ability to motivate his new team.
Luckily for the Dutchman though, he will have the world’s best player at his disposal, as Lionel Messi has put an end to the transfer rumours that swirled around him all summer.
He will be without Luis Suarez, Arthur and Arturo Vidal though, but their departures could be more than offset by the arrivals of Miralem Pjanic and Portuguese wonderkid Trincao.
Our Odds Pick: 15/8 with Betway
Atletico Madrid: Diego Simeone’s men won’t win any style awards, but you can’t argue with their recent la Liga record, as they once again look the most likely team to challenge the top two.
The stats tell you all you need to know. Only the champions conceded less goals last season, but Atletico were the lowest scorers out of the top seven.
Last season’s top scorer Alvaro Morata will be their main man once again, after his loan move was made permanent.
But if Diego can’t dig up a few more goals from somewhere, it could be another bronze medal for Atletico.
Our Odds Pick: 9/1 with William Hill
Our Top Odds Pick for La Liga is BARCELONA at 13/10 at Betfair.
|RC Celta de Vigo||-|
|Real Betis Balompie||-|
La Liga provides an intriguing betting proposition.
Unlike in Germany and Italy, Odds-on favourites Real Madrid have a close challenger in Barcelona.
And Atletico Madrid look well worth opposing in markets that don’t involve the top two.
All of which could be the path to profits for in the know punters.
Paddy Power are currently offering a market without the top two, and if you are brave enough to oppose Atletico Madrid then you will be rewarded with some tasty prices on the likes of Sevilla and Villareal.
And if you think this is the year that Valencia will begin their march back to the La Liga summit, then you could back them as an outsider in the Top 4 market.
Plus, there’ll be all the usual Acca bonuses on offer and we’ll be regularly sweeping the bookies sites for all the best free bets and new account promotions.
Real Madrid topped the table, with Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla securing Champions League qualification.
Villareal, Real Sociedad and surprise package Granada qualified for the Europa League.
While Leganes, Mallorca and Espanyol will be plying their trade in La Liga Segunda next season.