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La Liga Winner Odds 2021/22: Real Madrid Now Shorter than Even Money
La Liga Winner Odds 2021/22: Real Madrid Now Shorter than Even Money
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Update: La Liga Winner Odds October 14th 2021

With Matchday 8 of La Liga out of the way, it’s time to take a look at the top teams and how they have performed since the start of the season. More importantly, we will take a look at how their odds have changed in the last few weeks.

Not much has changed for Real Madrid since the start of the season, as they are still first in line to lift the La Liga trophy in 2021/22. Their odds to go all the way shortened from 2.25 to 1.85 (Unibet) in recent weeks, but they still have work to do. With 5 wins, 2 draws, and 1 defeat, Real Madrid are 1st in the La Liga standings, but the only thing keeping them there is goal difference. Their attack is getting the job done, scoring 2.75 goals per match, but their defence has conceded an average of 1.25 goals per match.

Barcelona have dropped down to third place in the La Liga title race, and their odds have increased from 3.25 to as much as 10.00 (Unibet). With 3 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss, they are currently 9th in the La Liga standings. Barca are averaging 1.50 goals scored and 1.00 conceded per match, and they will need to make significant changes if they want to get back into the title race. They are available at 1.57 odds (Bet365)to finish in the top 4.

After a solid start to the season, Atletico Madrid have jumped to second place in the title race, and their odds to lift the La Liga trophy have slightly shortened from 3.75 to 3.25 (Unibet). With 5 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss, Atletico are 2nd in the league standings and very close to regaining the top position.

Sevilla are still the 4th contender to win the La Liga title this season, but their odds have shortened from 17.00 to 11.00 in recent weeks. They are currently 4th in the league standings, but their match against Barcelona was postponed, leaving another opportunity for points. Sevilla are scoring 1.43 and conceding 0.43 goals per match, and the bookies have them to finish in the top 4 at 1.67 odds (William Hill).

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Will Atletico Madrid defend their title? Will Real Madrid or Barcelona dethrone the new kings, or will we see a new champion? With the season nearly here, let’s take a look at each team’s La Liga winner odds for the 2021/2022 season in the outright winners market.

Current La Liga Winner Odds

Real Madrid 1.83 1.91 1.80 1.91 1.85
Atletico Madrid 3.40 3.50 3.25 3.5 3.25
Barcelona 7.50 8.00 8.00 8 10
Sevilla 11.00 10.00 12.00 10 12
Real Sociedad 34.00 21.00 34.00 21 26
Villarreal 51.00 41.00 51.00 41 51
Real Betis 151.00 151.00 151.00 151 201
Athletic Bilbao 101.00 101.00 151.00 101 151
Valencia 151.00 251.00 151.00 251 501
Celta Vigo 201.00 501.00 251.00 501 1001
Mallorca 501.00 751.00 1001.00 1001 1001
Osasuna 251.00 501.00 251.00 1001 1001
Rayo Vallecano 251.00 501.00 251.00 501 1001
Espanyol 251.00 751.00 501.00 501 1001
Granada 1001.00 1501.00 501.00 1501 1501
Levante 1001.00 1501.00 501.00 1501 1501
Alaves 1501.00 2001.00 501.00 2001 2001
Getafe 501.00 1501.00 251.00 1501 2001
Elche 1001.00 1501.00 1001.00 1501 2001
Cadiz 1501.00 2501.00 1001.00 2501 2001

La Liga Winner Odds as at 14th October 2021. Odds may now differ


All odds mentioned below are the best odds available as at 14th October 2021. La Liga title odds may now differ.

La Liga Winner Odds 2022

This market provides each team’s odds for winning the La Liga title for the coming season. Before the start of the season, the bookmakers have a look at each team’s past performance and provide bettors with odds for each team to win, based on who they think has the highest chances of pulling it off.

La Liga winner odds become available long before the season even begins, and can last until the final moment of the final match unless the title dispute has already been settled.  La Liga winner betting odds change throughout the season depending on how each team performs, leaving bettors with lots of opportunities to go back and adjust their plans.

But, it’s also important to remember the lessons we have covered at the bettingexpert Academy and always diversify our bets. For example, if you pick Atletico Madrid to win the title again at 4.50 odds, placing a number of bets in the market, and/or adding a ‘top 4’ pick is an excellent strategy.

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