How Do You Bet on the La Liga Winner?

As you can see on this page, many bookmakers offer customers the chance to bet on the winner of La Liga. This betting market is created at the start of every football season, with every team in the division being given certain odds which reflects their chances of being crowned champions.

If you want to bet on the winner of the Spanish La Liga, it’s a simple case of comparing the latest odds and choosing the best price about the team you want to back. If you already have an account with that online bookie, then you can place the bet.

Alternatively, you can open a new bookmaker account and place your La Liga Winner bet. You can also claim a free bet when you visit a bookie for the first time. Make sure you read details of their welcome bonus and how you will be credited with a bonus.

The La Liga Winner betting market will be reopened after every round of games and the odds will change depending on how each team are performing. It’s pretty common to see Real Madrid and Barcelona heading the betting market and we regularly see a two-horse race.

Who is Going to Win La Liga?

If you look at the previous season including the league table, it will give you a good idea of the teams who are likely to be battling it out for the title. You can also check out the latest standings and see whether a team can be backed considering their chances of being crowned champions.

It’s possible to make a profit by backing a team at a big price and then Cashing Out if they get to a shorter price, with this outright market staying open until a champion has been crowned. There are often swings in the season which sees different teams become favourite.

Bet on La Liga Outright Betting Markets

Betting on La Liga Winner is just one of several outright markets available for this popular football division. You can also bet on the teams that land a Top Four finish and there’s often a competitive battle between sides such as Atletico Madrid, Sevilla and Valencia when it comes to qualifying for the Champions League.

Another popular outright betting market is Top Goalscorer where you can back a particular player to score the most goals during the course of the season. There are regularly Real Madrid and Barcelona players who are heading the betting market, although players from other clubs make it into the frame.

There is the chance to bet each-way on Top Goalscorer and sometimes get a big price about a player who simply needs to finish fourth or higher in order to land a profit. You can also bet on the relegation betting market and focus on which teams might go down to the Segunda Division, with Spanish football always providing excitement.

Which Are The Best La Liga Football Teams?

Since Valencia won the 2003/4 La Liga title, there has only been one club who have been crowned champions apart from Real Madrid and Barcelona. That was Atletico Madrid in 2013/14 and it’s clear that it requires a monumental effort to finish above the El Clasico clubs.

At the time of writing, Barcelona have won four of the past five titles, with the Catalan side enjoying a purple patch which means they have now been crowned champions on twenty-six occasions. They are one of the biggest clubs in the world and have a big financial advantage over many of the other clubs in Spain.

However, Real Madrid are historically the most successful club in Spain with thirty-three La Liga titles and the club from the Spanish capital are very powerful and regularly attract some of the best players from all over the world.

La Liga is unquestionably the best football league in the world, with the might of Barcelona and Real Madrid supplemented by the persistent and remarkable over-achieving of Atletico Madrid. There is little between the three great sides and as the season moves towards the final third we offer up our betting tips and predictions for the La Liga outright betting, as well as bringing you the very best winner odds thanks to our live odds comparison.

Atletico Madrid are the defending La Liga champions, finished third a year earlier and are currently in third having recently opened up the title race even more by hammering city rivals Real 4-0! Many think La Liga is all about the big two but Diego Simeone, who continues to sell his best players, has somehow found a way to challenge that dominance and whilst La Liga is all the more exciting for it, it makes predicting who will win the title that bit harder.

That said, despite the recent thrashing of Real the bookies give Madrid’s second side little hope of retaining their La Liga title. Simeone’s men are priced at best betting odds of 14/1 (Bet365) in the outright winner market, with Real priced as favourites at odds of 11/13 and Barca not far behind at 5/4 with a number of online bookmakers.

It would take a very brave man to predict that Atleti can once more upset the Spanish applecart but given the way Fernando Torres has taken to life back in Madrid and the potentially crucial fact that they have already visited the other three teams in the top four, there could just be some value to be had there. 14/1 is a huge price and they are sure to take huge confidence from the recent humiliation of their great rivals.

Real must travel to Barcelona in March and also to fifth placed Sevilla in the penultimate game of this year’s La Liga and those contests could prove crucial. It would seem that Barcelona perhaps have the most difficult remaining fixtures as they have five away games against sides currently in La Liga’s top 10, as well as that home clash with Cristiano Ronaldo and co.

On balance we have to suggest that a bet on either one of the Madrid sides looks a wiser punt than does a wager on the Catalans. Real are rightfully favourites and many will predict their Galacticos will power to glory. But when dispensing betting tips, who will win is not the only crucial question. Do the odds represent a good bet is equally, if not more, important and in that respect and in terms, therefore, of our betting tips for the La Liga outright market, we feel there is little between odds-on Real and double-digit Atletico.

One thing is certain though, this battle looks set to go all the way and we’ll be watching it closely. Whether you agree with our prediction that the title will, one way or another, remain in Madrid, or you think Lionel Messi and co will wrest it back to Barcelona, if you want the best available betting odds, make sure you use our live odds comparison for your La Liga winner bets… and good luck!


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