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La Liga – Outright Winner Betting Odds
To win Spanish League, La Liga Primera; click best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: Win Only.
|Deportiva Las Palmas||1500/1||1000/1||1000/1||750/1||1000/1|
|Deportivo La Coruna||4000/1||2000/1||1250/1||1000/1|
La Liga – Relegation Betting Odds
To Be Relegated from La Liga Primera; click best odds bold.
|Deportivo La Coruna||15/8||7/4||15/8|
Barcelona deserve to top La Liga odds
Barcelona won the Spanish league for the sixth time in eight seasons by beating Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid to last season’s title, writes Nick. It is understandable that the bookmakers are taking no chances with the champions, and they deserve their spot at the head of the La Liga odds table.
Despite their eventual success, Barcelona seemed to tire as last season went on. They exited the Champions League at the quarter-final stage and suffered three of their five league defeats during the final eight rounds of the campaign. With that in mind, it is no surprise that their summer recruitment focused on building out their squad and they now look well-placed to compete strongly on all fronts.
Zinedine Zidane (pictured) led Real Madrid to a 12-game winning streak at the end of last season and has since made a solid start to his first full season in the job. There were no superstar purchases over the summer but with young Spaniards Alvaro Morata and Marco Asensio brought back into the fold, Zidane appears more than happy with the options at his disposal.
Atletico Madrid strengthened well over the summer without losing any of their key players from last season. While their league title success in the 2013-14 season will be very difficult to replicate given the quality of their two rivals, Diego Simeone’s side can be expected to compete until the very end and may just be capable of once again lifting the trophy.
Behind the top three, the battle for the final Champions League place is likely to be played out between Athletic Bilbao, Sevilla and Villarreal.
Athletic finished fourth three years ago and have a stable squad capable of pushing on and doing so once again. Sevilla are taking time to adapt to the methods of Jorge Sampaoli but have sufficient talent in their ranks to be thereabouts. Villarreal finished fourth last season and have started solidly despite sacking their coach on the eve of the new campaign. Early signs are that their new signings will be capable of at least keeping them in the top six.
Celta Vigo have lost the incision of Nolito and need their new arrivals to step up immediately if they are to compete.
Valencia lost their best defender, midfielder and forward over the summer. While they still have enough quality in their squad to avoid a relegation battle, there is little prospect of them troubling the European places. Betis and Malaga have bought well but probably need another season of development before challenging the top six.
At the other end of the table, it is perhaps no surprise that the three promoted clubs are the bookies’ favourites in the La Liga odds for relegation.
Alaves came up as champions and have made some very solid additions to their squad without losing any important players from their promotion campaign. They look a well-organised outfit and the best-equipped of the three sides to stay in the division.
Leganes have been promoted to La Liga for the first time in their history and while their supporters will certainly enjoy the experience, a lack of top-flight experience or genuine quality within their squad means that their stay is likely to be a short one.
Osasuna have signed last season’s Segunda Division top scorer Sergio Leon but have lost a key operator in midfielder Mikel Merino and can also be expected to have a difficult campaign.
There are, though, other clubs with a season or more of top-flight football already to their name whose problems may provide those two with a greater chance of beating the drop.
Poor management saw Sporting de Gijon lose a number of players who were key to their recent rise on free transfers over the summer. It remains to be seen whether head coach Abelardo is capable of forging a similarly united group from the club’s collection of budget replacements.
Granada only secured survival on the final day of last season and have made a slow start to the new campaign with a squad largely comprised of promising young players on loan.
Deportivo La Coruna have lost last year’s top scorer, Lucas Perez, and have looked relatively blunt without him during the early part of the new season. They could easily get dragged in and the current La Liga relegation odds reflect that level of threat.
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