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La Liga Santander is the top professional association football division of the Spanish football league system. La Liga is the strongest league in Europe and has been over the past five years, according to UEFA's league coefficient.
Formed by 20 teams, Real Madrid and Barcelona have dominated the championship. The team with the most championships won is Real Madrid currently holding 33 titles and while Barcelona has won 25 times. The top teams in La Liga qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
The most expensive transfer has been Brazilian forward Neymar who was bought by Paris Saint-Germain for €222m (via his 'buyout clause') from Barcelona. Who will be this season's Liga champion?
|Past Spanish Liga champions;
||2011–12: Real Madrid
||2013–14: Atlético Madrid
||2016–17: Real Madrid
Bet Spanish La Liga odds at Betcris during the last few weeks of the regular season. Real Madrid is odds-on favorites to win the league per the La Liga betting odds with a four-point lead over archrival Barcelona, and that would give Los Blancos their second league title of the past eight seasons.
It turns out that Florentino Perez was wrong to move on from Zinedine Zidane. Zidane has proven that not just any manager has what it takes to win at the Bernabeu after the club’s downturn under Julen Lopetegui and Santiago Solari last season. The former French captain was brought back to Real Madrid after less than a year, and although there have been some rocky moments, the club is in a strong position to return to the top of Spanish football.
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Real Madrid has held their last four opponents scoreless, and they have conceded just two goals in their seven matches since La Liga resumed play. Given those numbers, it’s no surprise that they have won all seven of those matches although they aren’t lighting up the scoreboard as we have seen in the past. Late Sergio Ramos penalties were the deciding factor in their last two matches, so there is a reason for Barcelona to hope.
The Blaugrana were the favorites to win Spain’s La Liga at the start of the season after their acquisition of Antoine Griezmann. However, Griezmann hasn’t had anything near the impact Barcelona was expecting, and there are numerous rumors of internal turmoil at Camp Nou.
The backline has really struggled with 36 goals allowed to this point, and they have conceded five goals in their last three matches. Since the restart, they are 4-3-0, and those missed opportunities have led to this club handing over control of the league to Real Madrid.
Spain’s other Champions League spots seem to be determined. Atletico Madrid is a perennial bridesmaid to the two juggernauts in this league, and they have a nine-point cushion with four matches to play. Atletico has just four losses this year due to their reliance on defense, so it’s hard to see them not gaining the four points they need to lock in a spot in Europe’s most prestigious competition.
Sevilla appears likely to grab the other Champions League spot for Spanish football. They are six points ahead of Villarreal with four matches to play, and they have a six-goal edge in goal differential. Their remaining schedule is very manageable with no fixtures against teams in the top seven, so their fans are confident of a return to Europe’s highest level.
The race for the Europa League will be tight. Villarreal, Getafe, and Real Sociedad are in position for those spots, but Valencia, Athletic Bilbao, and Granada aren’t far behind. Getafe will host Villarreal on Wednesday, July 8, and that match will significantly bolster the winner’s chances.
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Espanyol Barcelona is nearly guaranteed to fall back into the second tier of Spanish football, and we likely know who will be joining them. Leganes and Mallorca are both six points behind Alaves and Eibar with four matches left.
Mallorca has really been hurt by the coronavirus, as the country’s lockdown has meant that visiting players aren’t distracted by the island’s nightlife. That factor has led to Mallorca having a disproportionate home advantage in previous seasons. This club is a dreadful 1-2-14 on the road this season, and their five points away from the island are four points less than any other team has been able to secure in similar circumstances.
Leganes will travel to Eibar on Thursday, July 9, in a must-win match for the visitors. A loss would essentially doom them to relegation given their final three opponents are Valencia, Athletic Bilbao, and Real Madrid.
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