La Liga Odds
In recent weeks, following the tearful departure of the two iconic Barca and Real captains, Messi and Sergio Ramos, a question has been floated in Spain: “What now? », Now we play! Players come and go, but the teams stay, and La Liga is a very competitive league from a sports betting perspective.
Make your football bets on the world's most popular sport for many reasons.
Did you know that the most-watched match in the world was the Clásico?
La Liga triumphs on the European stage
One of the ultimate proofs of the performance of the Spanish teams is that FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid have consistently reached the final of the Champions League over the last decade.
Additionally, in the Europa League, Spanish teams such as Sevilla, Valencia or Villarreal have managed to lift the trophy on numerous occasions. Betting on Spanish teams in the European Cup has often been a good decision for punters.
A transitional rank in La Liga
These are difficult days for Real Madrid and Barça are plunged into La Liga uncertainty.
Since Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos are gone, Diego Simeone's Atlético Madrid will fancy their chances for consecutive titles.
Real and Barca remain dream destinations due to their prestige and large fan base, however, Spanish clubs have been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis. They have been a little further behind than other major European leagues and could not take advantage when it was necessary to take out the chequebook to recruit the best players.
La Liga cut spending by 70% on player purchases between the summer of 2019 and 2020. That may be bad news for a country that relies on excellent training. Now, they can't afford to go out regularly and invest in very technical player profiles.
In the youth categories, La Rojita are regularly there at the end of the competitions. The philosophy of play in many Iberian clubs is to play attractive football keeping the ball on the ground.
Interest-free loan to save the less upscale clubs
The vast majority, 44 out of 48 of the La Liga and La Liga 2 teams, have voted for a deal with CVC to benefit from a free loan of money in exchange for a 10.95% share of their commercial income for the next fifty years. These loans will allow the teams of the two divisions to strengthen themselves and make bets by recruiting future talent to keep the championship ever competitive.
Bet on La Liga 2 and the Copa del Rey
The second division championship in Spain has a lot of teams from the north of the country and three from the outskirts of Madrid among the 22 teams that will play for promotion or try to avoid relegation.
Bet on La Liga 2 if you like to see players, who are technical, fast and who above all, have strong football intelligence.
The final of the last Copa del Rey pitted the two most successful teams: Barcelona and Athletico. The Blaugranas took the win, and punters know they love this competition as they have made ten of the last thirteen finals.
Make sports bets in the Copa del Rey to see Spain’s best teams and experience the thrill in highly competitive matches.
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