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La Liga Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2020-21

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 site and mentioned below:

1Atletico Madrid1.53
3Real Madrid5.50
5Real Sociedad501.00
7Real Betis2501.00
9Athletic Bilbao4501.00
12CD Alaves4501.00
13Celta Vigo4501.00
Odds last updated on:04/03/21 05:30:19 GMT. Subjected to change

La Liga Weekly Clashes

This week’s schedule of La Liga matches and their odds derived from are mentioned below:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
05 Mar 21 20:00Valencia vs Villarreal3.753.252.10Bet Now
06 Mar 21 13:00Valladolid vs Getafe3.002.802.75Bet Now
06 Mar 21 15:15Elche vs Sevilla6.503.801.57Bet Now
06 Mar 21 17:30Cadiz vs Eibar3.253.102.35Bet Now
06 Mar 21 20:00Osasuna vs Barcelona5.754.331.55Bet Now
07 Mar 21 13:00Huesca vs Celta Vigo3.003.302.40Bet Now
07 Mar 21 15:15Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid2.603.302.75Bet Now
07 Mar 21 17:30Real Sociedad vs Levante1.504.007.50Bet Now
07 Mar 21 20:00Athletic Bilbao vs Granada1.604.005.50Bet Now
08 Mar 21 20:00Real Betis vs CD Alaves1.723.804.75Bet Now
10 Mar 21 18:00Atletico Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao1.753.255.50Bet Now
13 Mar 21 13:00CD Alaves vs Cadiz1.953.104.33Bet Now
13 Mar 21 15:15Real Madrid vs Elche1.167.5015.00Bet Now
13 Mar 21 17:30Osasuna vs Valladolid2.103.103.80Bet Now
13 Mar 21 20:00Getafe vs Atletico Madrid4.333.201.90Bet Now
14 Mar 21 13:00Celta Vigo vs Athletic Bilbao2.453.103.00Bet Now
14 Mar 21 15:15Granada vs Real Sociedad4.104.001.75Bet Now
14 Mar 21 17:30Eibar vs Villarreal3.003.402.30Bet Now
14 Mar 21 20:00Sevilla vs Real Betis2.003.303.75Bet Now
15 Mar 21 20:00Barcelona vs Huesca1.187.5012.00Bet Now
12 Mar 21 20:00Levante vs Valencia2.703.002.80Bet Now
Odds last updated on:04/03/21 05:30:35 GMT. Subjected to change

The level of curiosity increases in the Spanish campaign, Matchday 25 features crucial battles from the top-tier. Diego Simeone is stopped midway in both the European and Spanish competitions, Real Madrid will give their all to exploit this chance, Sevilla are cruising in Spain, the Catalans are bleeding profusely after the two Camp Nou affairs and La Real are back on track.

Sevilla vs Barcelona

Sevilla and Barcelona go head-to-head at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Matchday 24 of the Spanish campaign. Sevilla claimed a comfortable victory over Osasuna 0-2 on Monday. Diego Carlos and Luuk de Jong scored the goals, one in each half. En Nesyri hasn’t been active in the final third lately. Julen Lopetegui won’t worry about the usurpers for some time as Sevilla are seven points better than Real Sociedad with a game at hand. After a compelling mid-week performance, Barcelona are yearning for more. Lionel Messi’s brace was nostalgic though it was against the minnows. The defence is fragile, none in the squad can replace Gerard Pique’s position. A clueless Ronald Koeman doesn’t have the vision to lead the Catalans and La Masia is on the brink of a colossal breakdown. Nonetheless, the travellers are on the road favourites in this fixture.

Villarreal vs Atletico Madrid

Getting lucky 1-1 at Bilbao, Villarreal are up for a herculean task as they battle Atletico Madrid at Estadio de la Ceramica on Matchday 25. Despite breaking Athletic Bilbao’s formation in the 16th minute with a goal, Unai Emery’s men never took risks in the rest of the game. The same thing happened with Atleti in the Champions League tie against Chelsea 0-1. Both the clubs are defensive, to say the least, Atleti’s weekend affair with Levante ended in a clean-sheet loss. Luis Suarez tried hard and solo in the Chelsea game, all in vain. Another player to watch is Felix Joao. Los Rojiblancos look tired in the field. Coming back to Villarreal, Gerard Moreno finds the net but not the victory. Nor can he do it singlehandedly without his teammates’ help. Out of the past five games, Villarreal have lost one and shared the spoils in four. The Yellow Submarine are on the verge of sinking, the travellers will expedite the process.

Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad

Real Madrid play host to Real Sociedad at Alfredo di Stefano Stadium on Matchday 25 of the Spanish campaign. Ferland Mendy’s brilliant strike from 25 yards saved Real Madrid 0-1 in the Champions League tie with that they avoided the common guillotine falling upon the Spanish clubs. Injuries to senior players are burdening young talents. Zinedine Zidane can’t expect Luka Modric to run around and excel as number ten like the Croatian did once for the Vikings. Heavily defeated by Manchester United 0-4 in the Europa League tie, Real Sociedad are almost off the Europa League. However, La Real haven’t lost in the previous five league affairs. Mikel Oyarzabal and Alexander Isak slot goals in a consistent manner. Though doing well in Spain, Real Sociedad falter against big clubs and they will lose on Monday.


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