2020-21 La Liga Live Stream, Odds, and Predictions
The last season of La Liga was not a bed of roses for many Spanish teams and to add fuel to the fire the pandemic took a toll on Spain and its people. But it was all going good for one team – Real Madrid, who claimed their 34th La Liga title after having a comfortable lead of 5 points over Barcelona by the end of the last season.
It was the Los Blancos’ second title since 2012 and they successfully denied Barcelona a hat-trick of titles as they made their comeback. With Quique Setien giving a tough time for the Messi-led Barcelona, this year has seen some essential changes in the Blaugranes’ side inclusive of a new manager.
And the La Liga 2020-21 will surely be a pleasure to watch for the fans around the world as the Spanish League will have several options available to live stream the games.
La Liga 2020-21 Season
As rumors continue to haunt Barcelona fans regarding Leo Messi’s exit, the Argentine has agreed to stay with the club. Since the last season didn’t do them well, the Blaugranes will take charge this time under Ronald Koeman and their star studded captain – Lionel Messi. And the mightiest clash of La Liga – El Clasico, will set the bars high once again as Real Madrid look forward to yet another title.
Many Spanish clubs played well last year, but the likes of Leganes, Mallorca and Espanyol suffered relegation. Whilst Cadiz, Elche and Huesca have earned their promotion to the La Liga 2020-21 and they will make their appearance in the Spanish top flight football count.
With Real Madrid and Barcelona on top, the last season brought the best out of teams like Atletico Madrid who finished 3rd under Diego Simeone. Tied with the same points were Sevilla, who played extraordinary football in the final stages of the competition.
Anyways, with a new campaign bringing in a lot of new talents anything can change and most significant of all, the La Liga might even crown a new champion by the end of the 2020-21 season.
How to Watch La Liga Santander?
La Liga TV has the broadcasting rights for the Spanish top flight football in the UK.
International pay-TV sports specialist – beIN Sports has the rights to broadcast La Liga Spanish football until 2024 in the US and it’s exclusive too.
Much like in the US, beIN Sports is where Barcelona, Real Madrid and the rest of La Liga’s teams will be shown in Canada for the 2020-21 season.
If you plan to watch the top flight Spanish football from Australia, you’ll need to subscribe to the exclusive broadcaster beIN Sports.
La Liga Outright Odds
The outright odds for all the teams to win the La Liga title this season is derived from the bet365.com site and mentioned below:
La Liga Weekly Clashes
This week’s schedule of La Liga matches and their odds derived from bet365.com are mentioned below:
|Date||Game||Home Win||Draw||Away Win|
|29 Nov 20 13:00||Barcelona vs Osasuna||1.25||6.25||11.00||Bet Now|
|30 Nov 20 20:00||Real Betis vs Eibar||1.83||3.60||4.33||Bet Now|
|29 Nov 20 17:30||Celta Vigo vs Granada||2.00||3.50||3.75||Bet Now|
|29 Nov 20 15:15||Getafe vs Athletic Bilbao||2.40||3.10||3.20||Bet Now|
|28 Nov 20 17:30||Huesca vs Sevilla||4.00||3.30||2.00||Bet Now|
|28 Nov 20 20:00||Real Madrid vs CD Alaves||1.33||5.25||9.00||Bet Now|
|29 Nov 20 20:00||Real Sociedad vs Villarreal||2.10||3.60||3.40||Bet Now|
|28 Nov 20 15:15||Valencia vs Atletico Madrid||4.75||3.80||1.72||Bet Now|
|27 Nov 20 20:00||Valladolid vs Levante||2.40||3.20||3.10||Bet Now|
|28 Nov 20 13:00||Elche vs Cadiz||3.10||3.10||2.45||Bet Now|
|04 Dec 20 20:00||Athletic Bilbao vs Celta Vigo||2.10||3.10||3.75||Bet Now|
|05 Dec 20 13:00||Levante vs Getafe||2.87||3.00||2.62||Bet Now|
|05 Dec 20 20:00||Cadiz vs Barcelona||6.50||4.50||1.44||Bet Now|
|06 Dec 20 13:00||Granada vs Huesca||2.20||3.10||3.50||Bet Now|
|06 Dec 20 15:15||Osasuna vs Real Betis||2.70||3.20||2.60||Bet Now|
|06 Dec 20 17:30||Villarreal vs Elche||1.30||5.50||9.00||Bet Now|
|06 Dec 20 20:00||CD Alaves vs Real Sociedad||4.33||3.50||1.83||Bet Now|
|07 Dec 20 20:00||Eibar vs Valencia||2.62||3.10||2.80||Bet Now|
Starting this Saturday, La Liga Round 11 culminates with a top tier clash on this Sunday, a deciding encounter if the top position will change hands, with an epilogue from Betis. The Basques Real Sociedad have managed to climb to the top without meeting the top guns in the competition. A clear analysis of the Basques’ team will arrive at the end of the Sunday clash. Colossal clubs like Villarreal, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid are on the heels of Real Sociedad, while the Catalonians are staying of the fight for the moment.
Valencia VS Atletico Madrid
Valencia will play Atletico Madrid in an interesting affair, at Estadio de Mestalla this Saturday. Beating three of the top four while losing to the likes of Betis and Getafe, the Ches surprise us. They majorly lag at the part of conceding goals, other than that, they don’t vary much from Cadiz CF, at least in theory. Carlos Soler is a strength to the midfield. The Ches will be eyeing the Europa league spot. With the Blaugranes and Real Madrid slopping, this year is Atletico Madrid’s year. Just three points off La Real, the Colchoneros look invincible. Jan Oblak deserves applause, the ball went past him just two times this season. Despite the Catalans producing more chances in their last fixture, Diego Simeone’s new and improved Atletico Madrid celebrated a win. The outcome is unpredictable given Valencia’s ability to pull off shockers nonetheless, the travellers will uproot the roofs in Mestalla in all likelihood.
Huesca VS Sevilla
On Matchday 11 of La Liga, promoted Huesca will face Sevilla at home, Estadio El Alcoraz, for a Saturday clash. There is no denial of the fact that the hosts are battling relegation, more importantly, yet to start their winning run in Spain’s top flight of football. After suffering back to back losses, Huesca managed to share the spoils in the last two games with Osasuna 1-1 and Eibar 1-1. As for Sevilla, the Andalusians made a great comeback at home after their three-match losing streak. Propelled with the back-to-back victories at Champions League, the Andalusians will enter the field with a high notch of confidence. Already walking on a rope, Julen Lopetegui’s men will perhaps make living more difficult for the hosts.
Real Madrid VS Alaves
Running through a hectic schedule, the defending champions Real Madrid will face Alaves in their upcoming fixture at Alfredo di Stefano Stadium. Excluding their win in El Clasico, the Vikings haven’t been adventurous enough this season. Their 4-1 loss to Valencia earlier this month was seen as shameful for their cadre. Returning home winless from Villarreal, Zinedine Zidane’s men will be looking for a quick kill in this Sunday affair. Starting the season in a devastating manner, Alaves are far better now with three consecutive draws. Conceding more goals than they scored, Alaves are in danger of relegation just three points forward the bottom of the table. It is clear that the visitors are the underdogs here, the Vikings will immerse the Alaves ship with ease.
Barcelona VS Osasuna
With a lot going through within and out of the field at Camp Nou, the La Liga giants Barcelona will host Osasuna at home, coming Saturday. La Masia has been treading on a wrong path for years, keeping the young players at the leash and spending too much on transfer windows are few examples. When it comes to Spain’s top flight, the Catalans were the leaders until now. Winning all the matches in the Champions League (12 points), the Barca in Spain appears an entirely different club struggling at 11 points even after playing twice the times of matches in the European competition. Picking up a knee injury in their last outing at Madrid, there is no suitable replacement for a centre back in the team other than Pique. The visitors restored their hopes by sharing the spoils with Huesca at home after the back to back losses. Osasuna is trailing Barca scoring 11 points while playing a match more than the latter. But Jagoba Arrasate’s side can’t be compared with Ronald Koeman’s at all. Even if they are weak, the Catalans are still a threat to Osasuna and, the travellers can’t expect a win against the Blaugranes at Camp Nou even in their wild dreams.
Real Sociedad VS Villarreal
‘The King of half-space’ David Silva’s presence is indeed pushing the new leaders of La Liga to aim for greater heights. In a cut-throat contest, Real Sociedad will play host to Villarreal at Reale Seguros Stadium on coming Sunday. La Real haven’t lost to any team except Valencia this season. Sharing the spoils with Real Madrid 0-0 in their second game, the real test for the Basques comes Sunday when they go to the front against Villarreal. Portu and Oyarzabal’s form is a plus for the Basques but Silva’s injury do hurts, the Spaniard has received four yellow cards this season which should be a concern. Apart from all that, Imanol Alguacil’s men are a great team with young bloods and wise brains. Villarreal are also doing well in this season, winning five games in the ten they played. The Yellow Submarine wouldn’t mind sharing the spoils with Real Madrid 1-1, but they will be eager to start their winning run again at San Sebastian. Gerard Moreno being consistent in scoring is a good thing for Villarreal. A good fight is on the wake for football fans when talking about the fight, Basques have an edge against the visitors.