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Tip 1 – Real Madrid vs Real Betis – Real Madrid & BTTS

Real Madrid have claimed three wins from their last six meetings with Real Betis and both teams have scored in four of those encounters. Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last six matches, picking up four wins and two draws, while both teams have scored in three of Real Betis' last four outings.

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Tip 2 – Villarreal vs Barcelona – Over 2.5 Goals

Over 2.5 goals have been scored in five of the last six head-to-heads between these two La Liga rivals. Five of Villarreal's last six matches have seen at least three goals scored, while four of Barcelona's last five fixtures have gone the same way.

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Tip 3 – Eibar vs Real Sociedad – Real Sociedad to Win

Eibar are in real trouble heading into the last few games of the season and we're backing them to lose at home to European hopefuls, Real Sociedad. Real Sociedad are unbeaten in their last three games against Eibar, picking up two wins and a draw.

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Betting Odds: Top Contenders for the La Liga Title

La Liga Winner Odds Best Odds* Bookmaker Bet here
2020/2021
La Liga OUTRIGHT
Barcelona to win @ 11/8
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2020/2021
La Liga OUTRIGHT
Atletico Madrid to win @ 6/4
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2020/2021
La Liga OUTRIGHT
Real Madrid to win @ 13/5
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Heading into game week 32, Barcelona are the favourites to win the La Liga title followed by Atletic Madrid and their city rivals Real Madrid. Sevilla can't be counted out just yet as their form is keeping them well in touch with the big three and all of the teams above them look likely to drop points before the season comes to a close. This is shaping up to be one of the most exciting finishes to a La Liga season in well over a decade. With all the recent hype over the failed attempt at a European Super League, wouldn't it be great to see Sevilla trump the ‘big three' and claim just their second La Liga title of all time?

La Liga Relegation Odds

The three relegation places in La Liga look set to be decided between the current bottom six-placed sides, as just 8pts separate those clubs heading into the business end of the campaign. Here's how the latest odds look for the current four favourites to get relegated…

La Liga Relegation Odds Best Odds* Bookmaker Bet here
2020/2021
To be Relegated

Eibar @ 1/7
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2020/2021
To be Relegated

Elche @ 1/4
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2020/2021
To be Relegated

Huesca @ 10/11
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2020/2021
To be Relegated

Valladolid @ 1/1
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Top Betting Sites for La Liga

Here is our selection of the top odds & betting sites for La Liga:

Betting Sites 2021 Key Features Sign-Up Link
BET365
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Best odds on football

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WILLIAM HILL
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BETFAIR
betfair app

Top welcome offer in the UK
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BETVICTOR
BetVictor app

Top online sports betting odds
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CORAL
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Top odds on lower football leagues
Correct 4 challenges

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BETFRED
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Premium App
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LADBROKES
ladbrokes UCL odds

Odds boost
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Betting Tips: All-Time Top Scorers of the La Liga

Lionel Messi leads this statistic with a total of 444 goals for Barcelona in the Spanish La Liga. It's tough to beat his record, especially for newer players who don't have that many years of experience. The second-best goalscorer is Christiano Ronaldo, with 311 La Liga goals. His attempt at beating the Messi record was cut short when he moved to play for Juventus in 2018. The third player in the rankings is Telmo Zarra with two hundred and fifty-one goals while playing for Athletic Bilbao for fifteen seasons in the 1940s and 1950s. The next players in the ranking are as follows:

  • Hugo Sánchez
  • Raúl
  • Alfredo Di Stéfano
  • César Rodríguez
  • Quini
  • Pahiño
  • Edmundo Suárez

All of them played for different teams except for Raúl, who is considered one of the best players in Real Madrid, which he manages nowadays. He left his mark on the La Liga with the impressive amount of two hundred and twenty-eight goals from 1994 to 2010.

What is the Spanish La Liga, and what are its rules?

The full name of the Spanish La Liga is Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera División. It's a top professional football league in Spain for men. It was founded over ninety years ago, and twenty teams participate. The teams who get relegated from La Liga compete in Segunda División, and teams who get promoted from there participate in the La Liga. Of the sixty-two teams that participated in the league since it was created, only nine of them have been crowned champions. The La Liga is usually played from August to May, but because of last year's football suspension, the 2020/2021 season would begin on September 12th 2020, and the final would be on May 21st, 2021.

Some big matches include:

Our Final Conclusion

Bookmakers wouldn't have trouble picking the top teams who would rank high in the 2020/2021 La Liga. It comes down to three choices – Real Madrid, Barcelona, or Atletico Madrid. If we had to guess, we would bet on Real Madrid taking next year's La Liga title, but we don't want to rule out Barcelona. Atletico has a chance of getting to the final, and if they improve, they might have the opportunity to win their eleventh title. We don't expect any other teams to challenge these for the top three spots, but you never know what can happen in football. The other teams we mentioned in the article have ranked high in the past season of La Liga, but they haven't got in the top three. We hope you enjoyed our predictions for the 2021 Spanish La Liga, and we hope that we are correct. We will see once the league begins at the end of September.

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