Spanish La Liga Champion 2015/2016 : FC Barcelona
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- 19:45 GMT, 16th Jan 20170 Malaga0 Real Sociedad
- 19:45 GMT, 20th Jan 20170 Las Palmas0 Deportivo La Coruna
- 12:00 GMT, 21st Jan 20170 Espanyol0 Granada
- 15:15 GMT, 21st Jan 20170 Real Madrid0 Malaga
- 17:30 GMT, 21st Jan 20170 Alaves0 Leganes
- 19:45 GMT, 21st Jan 20170 Villarreal0 Valencia
- 11:00 GMT, 22nd Jan 20170 Osasuna0 Sevilla
- 15:15 GMT, 22nd Jan 20170 Athletic Bilbao0 Atletico Madrid
- 17:30 GMT, 22nd Jan 20170 Real Betis0 Sporting Gijon
- 17:30 GMT, 22nd Jan 20170 Real Sociedad0 Celta Vigo
- 19:45 GMT, 22nd Jan 20170 Eibar0 Barcelona
- 19:45 GMT, 27th Jan 20170 Osasuna0 Malaga
It was an exciting finish to the 15/16 La Liga season with Barcelona eventually picking up their 24th title, ending their campaign just a point ahead of nearest rivals Real Madrid. With Atletico not far behind either we could be in for another fascinating season. Who will win La Liga? Let's take a look at the La Liga Outright Winner Odds, who's your money on this year?
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Barcelona Odds to win La Liga 2016/2017 : 1.80 at bwin
Barcelona are looking to win their third consecutive La Liga title and every bookmaker has Luis Enrique's men as clear favourites to pick up another La Liga crown. With Neymar signing a new contract, the 'MSN' trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and the Brazilian will be looking to pick up where they left off after scoring 90 goals between them for the Catalan club in Spain's top division last season. Could Barca make it three La Liga titles in a row? With the re-signing of midfielder Denis Suarez and the capture of defender Samuel Umtiti, coupled with the rumours of adding the likes of Paul Pogba and Andre Gomes to their array of world-class talent, it's very possible, but is there value in the bookmakers' odds?
Real Madrid Odds to win La Liga 2016/2017 : 2.65 at 10Bet
Real Madrid are La Liga's most successful club, winning the La Liga title a record 32 times. Real will be concerned they haven't added to that impressive statistic since the 2011-2012 season, finishing behind arch-rivals Barca in their last two campaigns, albeit only two points and one point behind respectively. After picking up another Champions League crown last season, hopes are high in the Real Madrid camp that manager Zinedine Zidane can lead his side to an overdue 33rd La Liga title. With Real reportedly also in the hunt for Pogba and Gomes, success could come down to which side does best in the transfer market.
Atletico Madrid Odds to win La Liga 2016/2017 : 15.00 at 10Bet
Atletico Madrid are the only side other than Barca and Real to win the La Liga title in 12 years, picking up the trophy in the 2013-2014 season. Diego Simeone has done a tremendous job with Los Rojiblancos, finishing in at least the top three in each of the last four seasons. Star man Antoine Griezmann has signed a new deal to stay at the Vicente Calderon, and with a major signing being hinted at to join newcomers Sime Vrsaljko and Diogo Jota, this could be Atletico's year. They are great value for a La Liga Outright Winner bet at odds of 15.00.
Sevilla Odds to win La Liga 2016/2017 : 101 at Paddy Power
Sevilla have done reasonably well of late in La Liga, finishing in fifth place twice and seventh in their last three campaigns. They are becoming known as the Europa League specialists, having won the competition in each of the last three seasons too, so their winning pedigree is there for all to see. It will be interesting to see what new manager Jorge Sampaoli achieves after Unai Emery, the man who led the Andalusians to those three Europa League trophies, left the club for Paris Saint Germain, can Sampaoli continue the success of his predecessor? They're long shots to pick up the 2016-2017 La Liga title, since 2001 they haven't finished higher than 3rd place.
Valencia Odds to win La Liga 2016/2017 : 151 at Unibet
Valencia have been rather inconsistent over recent La Liga campaigns. They've finished in the top five in three of their last five seasons, but last time out they could only manage a disappointing 12th place after Gary Neville's short but turbulent time in charge of Los Che. Pako Ayestaran has been given the manager's position on a full-time basis and has made his first signing of the summer with the arrival of Portugal star Nani, but it looks like he may lose Andre Gomes with interest coming from across Europe. Valencia will be looking to improve on last season's performance, but a title challenge is probably out of their grasp with the odds reflecting that.
Villareal Odds to win La Liga 2016/2017 : 151 at Coral
Since returning to La Liga for the 2013/2014 season, Villareal have established themselves as a good competitive side, with finishes of 6th, 6th and 4th since promotion back to Spain's top flight. They had an excellent run in the Europa League last season, which shows they can combine the pressures of performing well in domestic and European competitions, which sounds promising for next season after qualifying for the Champions League play-off round. A title challenge looks beyond them, with odds of 151.00 reflecting that, but the Yellows could yet be in for another successful season.
With Spanish football and its distinct style - more fashionable and in vogue than ever before, La Liga has become the ultimate destination for the game’s purists in recent years. The division is home to two of the world's biggest football clubs - Barcelona and Real Madrid, and the two best players - Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. What’s not to like?
But La Liga is about more than just its Clasico giants. The division’s newfound depth has given it more of a competitive edge, with the likes of Valencia, Sevilla and of course Atletico Madrid crashing the Clasico party over the past two seasons. And with Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao and Celta Vigo all at their strongest for years, La Liga is no longer the two-horse race it was once derided as.
In fact, using UEFA’s league coefficient La Liga is actually ranked as Europe’s best football division (2015), and has been for the past few seasons, ahead of the La Liga, the Bundesliga and La Liga. Spanish football is a more refined and technical game than its English counterpart, and this could be considered something of a 'golden era' for the country’s top-flight.
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La Liga was founded in 1929 and since its inception only nine teams have won the La Liga crown: Real Madrid (32 times); Barcelona (24); Atletico Madrid (10); Athletic Bilbao (8); Valencia (6); Real Sociedad (2) and the trio of Deportivo La Coruna, Sevilla and Real Betis each have one La Liga title to their name.
Since the 1997-1998 season, La Liga has been contested between 20 teams. Each side plays every other side twice, once home and once away, meaning each club plays a total of 38 games. After a full season, whichever side has gained the most points become La Liga Champions. The winners are then given a Champions League place for the following season, along with those sides who finish in second and third position, and the fourth placed team is entered into the Champions League play-off round. Each season, those teams who finish in 18th, 19th and 20th place are relegated to the Segunda Division, which from next season will be known as La Liga 2, and are replaced by the top two sides from that league as well as the play-off winners.
According to UEFA's coefficient, La Liga has been the top European league in each of the last five seasons. More FIFA World Player of the Year and Ballon D'or winners have been based in La Liga than any other league across the globe, and La Liga clubs can also boast more Champions League and Europa League titles than any other nation.
LAST 10 La Liga WINNERS
Last 10 La Liga Winners
|2015/16||Barcelona||Luis Suarez (40)|
|2014/15||Barcelona||Cristiano Ronaldo (48)|
|2013/14||Atletico Madrid||Cristiano Ronaldo (31)|
|2012/13||Barcelona||Lionel Messi (46)|
|2011/12||Real Madrid||Lionel Messi (50)|
|2010/11||Barcelona||Cristiano Ronaldo (40)|
|2009/10||Barcelona||Lionel Messi (34)|
|2008/09||Barcelona||Diego Forlan (32)|
|2007/08||Real Madrid||Daniel Guiza (27)|
|2006/07||Real Madrid||Didier Drogba (20)|
Here is the live La Liga table for the 2015/2016 season, complete with added-on form guide. It will be updated regularly throughout the campaign, accounting for every win, defeat, goal, save, the lot - which should come in handy to Spanish La Liga betting tipsters out there!
La Liga, just like pretty much every division in the modern game, awards three points for a win, one point for a draw and nothing for a defeat. However, the Spanish top-flight system differs slightly from most other major European leagues in that it uses head-to-head record as a decider over goal difference, although if head-to-head goal difference is the same overall goal difference is used as a tie-breaker.
After 38 games the top three teams qualify directly for the group stage of the Champions League, with the fourth-placed team entering the competition in the play-off round, where they can clinch qualification to the tournament proper with a two-legged victory over another European side. Teams finishing in fifth and sixth place qualify for the Europa League.
There was plenty profit and knowledge to be had amongst the La Liga tipster community last season, with the Spanish top-flight at its most competitive for a number of years. Thousands of tips were made over the course of the campaign, with last season’s top five tipster rankings illustrating the volume of insight available at the command of just a few clicks.
Anyone can start writing La Liga tips this season, although as a form of preparation it might be worth checking out last year’s top tipsters for a view into how they approached their predictions. Strategy can play a big role in the success or failure of a tipster, and so a look at the tactical side of the community could also be beneficial.
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