LaLiga Betting Tips
Presentation of la Liga
La Liga, also called Primera Division, is the first division of football in Spain. Composed of 20 Professional teams, every year they look to become the champions of Spain and book a place in the Champions League. Each club plays a round the clock 38 games. The club that finishes first is thus crowned champion, while the other two placed on the podium qualify directly for the Champions League. The fourth gets him the right to play the preliminary rounds, while the 5th and 6th qualify for the Europa League. At the bottom of the ranking, the last three of the championship are relegated to the second division. Last year, Real Madrid was crowned champion for the 33rd time in its history, in front of FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid. Betting on the Liga is the assurance of with the best clubs and stars of the ball!
La Liga key stats
The first thing to know about the Spanish La Liga is that it remains one of the most prolific competitions in the world. With a 2.94 goals-per-game average last year, it has delighted fans of the show and made them love the game. Add to that one game in three with +3.5 goals and you get something to cheer with your bets every weekend.
Forget the draw
The tendency to take into account to win your bets on the La Liga, is the weakness of the number of draws throughout the season. With a ratio of 23%, the parity scores only affect one game in five , the smallest volume of the major championships. If bookmakers' odds are attractive, avoid betting too often. Expert Council.
Betting on the La Liga
In La Liga more than in any championship, these are the goals on which to bet. 55% of the games have had at least three goals last season, allowing bettors to often pass odds around 2.00. Another proposal, less played but equally effective, will be the bet "Goal after the 75th". In the past season, about a quarter of the goals was entered in the last quarter of an hour , a reliable way to validate nice odds from 1.75 to 1.90.
Another thing to know before forecasting on Spanish football, is the volume of meetings in which both teams mark. In the last edition of the Liga, 55% of the matches saw both teams scoring , a ratio not to be neglected. The odds are often around 1.80 depending on the matches, and can be good wins depending on the odds.
Finally, the last statistic to remember, and not least, is the importance of the scorers for each formation. Last year they were 7 to have scored 15 goals or more in Spain, and no fewer than 20 in the last two editions of the competition. Crazy figures - the highest in Europe - that must lead you to the betting parisers. A little special Liga tip, the " Goal Scorer and his team wins " proposals are not to be missed, as they happen every weekend. Examples? In the last campaign, the bet "Messi marks and Barcelona wins" has been validated in 58% of the FCB matches, even gives with a ratio of 50% for Suarez, 26% for Griezmann with Atlético and 37% for CR7 with Real Madrid.
The forces present for 2017-2018After a magnificent season that saw Real Madrid win their first championship title since 2012, the 2017-2018 edition of the Spanish championship should still promise beautiful things. Will we see another big duel between Real, Barca and Atletico? Can Seville and Villarreal still hang for Europe? Will Getafe and Levante be back? Many questions.
The Real, a hair in front of the others
In the duel between Barca, Real seems to have taken a little head start already. Champions last year, the mythical club of Madrid have sold James, and recruited promising talent like Theo Hernandez and Daniel Ceballos. Add to that some loan returns from young talents and you get a team ready for a second trophy in a row. Before the start of the season, a title for the Zidane team was offered at 1.80, making them the favorite of the bookmakers.
Barcelona in revival
Exiting Luis Enrique, FC Barcelona bet on Ernesto Valverde to regain their Spanish title. Second last year, three points off Merengue, the Catalan club will count on their MSN to go as high as possible and why not, to make Real fall from their throne. Semedo and Deulofeu came in particular, reinforcing a bench that sometimes lacked solutions last year. Before the start of the season, a title of champion for Barça was offered to 2.00.
Duel Atlético-Seville for the podium
Behind the two giants, Atlético Madrid with Antoine Griezmann will still be there to play the spoils. With a squad that has changed little compared to previous years, the Colchoneros will at least have the advantage of stability, due to FIFA rules. Sevilla FC will also be more present than ever in the role of outsiders. In addition to keeping a solid base of players, the club has put the hook on Corchia, Muriel and Nolito, and brings back the talented Banega. A team aiming for the Champions League and, maybe, third place.