La Liga Predictions 2023/2024: Odds, Betting Tips & Best Bets

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La Liga predictions 2023/2024

Prediction 1

Alaves vs Mallorca: Under 1.5 goals @ 13/10 (2.30)

We kick off our La Liga predictions with an ambitious total goals bet from Alaves' home match against Mallorca. Our expectation is that this game goes south of the 1.5 mark. Alaves have seen three of their last five home matches go south of the 1.5 mark. Mallorca meanwhile have seen three of their last six away matches go under the 1.5 threshold. Three of the last five head to head games have seen fewer than two goals too.

Prediction 2

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Real Madrid & Over 2 goals @ 3/4 (1.75)

Real Madrid surprisingly dropped two points last time out but we see them bouncing back here as they welcome Sevilla to their famous Bernabeu Stadium. We also think there will be at least three goals in the game. Real have won eight and drawn two of their last 10 home games with a game average of 4.2 goals. Sevilla meanwhile have only won two of their last five away games whilst they've averaged 2.8 goals per game in that period.

La Liga Prediction 3

Almeria vs Atletico Madrid: Draw @ 11/4 (3.75)

We bring our La Liga tips with a bold call that sees us backing bottom club Almeria to hold Atletico Madrid to a draw. Almeria's poor league position is perhaps misleading of their current form; they're not winning games but they've only lost one of their last five home games. Atletico meanwhile have a tough Champions League trip to Italy in midweek whilst their domestic away form has been lacking too; they've only won three of their last 10 games on the road. On top of that, Atletico Madrid have an awful record at Almeria with just one win from their last seven visits; four of those seven games have ended in draws.

And here are the rest of our La Liga predictions on the most recent and upcoming games:

La Liga

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Outright markets and La Liga Odds

La Liga Winner Odds

Rewind to the start of the season and most fans saw the La Liga title battle a two horse race between the El Classico duo, Barcelona and Real Madrid with Real's city rivals, Atletico an outside bet. Well, things are not playing out that way. Barcelona are due a managerial change in the summer with Xavi stepping down after a hugely underwhelming campaign to this point whilst Atletico just aren't in the frame to challenge for the title. Real aren't having it all their own way though as they're in a fight with “plucky underdog” Girona. Girona's story this season is nothing short of sensational, however, Real have completed the double over them now and that could prove the difference.

  • Real Madrid to win La Liga: 1/14
  • Girona to win La Liga: 8/1
  • Barcelona to win La Liga: 20/1
  • Atletico Madrid to win La Liga: 25/1

La Liga Top Goalscorer Odds

With Karim Benzema having moved to Saudi Arabia last summer, the La Liga Golden Boot race largely looked like being a one horse race with Robert Lewandowski the standout favourite to lead the scoring charts after bagging a total of 21 last season, which was seven goals ahead of the likes of Enes Unal and Joselu. Also, Alvaro Morata and former Barcelona man Antoine Griezmann finished eight strikes behind the former Munich man.

As for this season, Jude Bellingham looks to be the one to beat . The Englishman has surpassed all expectations since joining Real from Dortmund. He is technically a midfielder, but there is every chance of him making La Liga history this year. Artem Dovbyk of Girona is still in the mix though whilst the aforementioned Morata is always capable of bagging goals.

  • Jude Bellingham: 11/10
  • Alvaro Morata: 5/2
  • Artem Dovbyk: 9/2

La Liga Relegation Odds

Last season we waved goodbye to Elche, Espanyol and Valladolid from La Liga as they slipped to relegation with Almeria, Valencia, Getafe and Cadiz avoiding defeat by the skin of their teeth. Already, there are two very clear relegation candidates looking set for a demotion, with Granada set to suffer an instant return to the second tier.

  • Almeria @ 1/50
  • Granada @ 2/15
  • Cadiz @ 1/2
  • Celta Vigo @ 6/1

Betting Tips: All-Time Top Scorers in La Liga

Lionel Messi leads this category with a total of 474 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 Cristiano 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 251 goals while playing for Athletic Bilbao for 15 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 History. 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 the top professional football league in Spain for men. It was founded over 90 years ago, and 20 teams participate. The teams who get relegated from La Liga compete in Segunda División.

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.

Some big matches include:

  • Barcelona vs Real Madrid (El Clasico)
  • Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona
  • Real Madrid vs Valencia
  • Sevilla vs Betis
  • Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid (Madrid Derby)

Our Final Conclusion

Bookmakers wouldn't have trouble picking the top teams who would rank high in the 2023/2024 La Liga. Virtually every year, it comes down to three choices – Real Madrid, Barcelona, or Atletico Madrid. Yet, with more players set to depart from the big boys to Saudi Arabia, there might well be a more level playing field in a few years' time.

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Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.