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La Liga Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2021-22

Spain’s top flight of football steps into the 2021-22 season on 13th August 2021. Atletico Madrid are the defending champions, they outsmarted their city rivals and Barcelona to achieve that feat. An ESL coup, led by Florentino Perez, failed in the previous season, the aftereffects of it lingers around.

Laliga’s tentacles reached deep into the ears of Barcelona and made them sneeze their heart out. Orphaned by Messi’s departure, Barcelona and even the league will undergo a few dull years. Entering the scene newly are Mallorca, Espanyol and Rayo Vallecano. Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane have left Real Madrid. Diego Simeone has signed a new contract with Atletico Madrid, Sevilla’s Jules Kounde is grabbing attention in the market and Barcelona couldn’t find the deals they are eagerly waiting for.



How to Watch La Liga Santander?

La Liga TV and Premier Sports have the broadcasting rights for the Spanish league 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 is exclusive too.

This year, TSN and RDS will telecast the games for Canadian fans.

If you plan to watch the top flight of Spanish football from Australia, you’ll need to subscribe to beIN Sports.

Voot and MTV are the official broadcasting partners in India.

Globally, fans from most countries can live stream the matches from Laliga’s official page on Facebook.

In addition, will live stream the events for active bettors on Matchday.



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:

1Real Madrid1.83
2Atletico Madrid3.40
5Real Sociedad34.00
7Athletic Bilbao101.00
9Real Betis151.00
10Celta Vigo201.00
12Rayo Vallecano251.00
19CD Alaves1501.00
Odds last updated on:14/10/21 16:00:06 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
18 Oct 21 18:00CD Alaves vs Real Betis3.303.302.25Bet Now
17 Oct 21 20:00Barcelona vs Valencia1.504.336.50Bet Now
17 Oct 21 15:15Celta Vigo vs Sevilla3.403.252.20Bet Now
18 Oct 21 20:00Espanyol vs Cadiz1.663.605.75Bet Now
16 Oct 21 17:30Levante vs Getafe2.502.903.25Bet Now
16 Oct 21 20:00Real Sociedad vs Mallorca1.404.508.50Bet Now
17 Oct 21 13:00Rayo Vallecano vs Elche1.803.504.75Bet Now
17 Oct 21 17:30Villarreal vs Osasuna1.663.755.25Bet Now
23 Oct 21 20:00Athletic Bilbao vs Villarreal2.503.003.00Bet Now
24 Oct 21 20:00Atletico Madrid vs Real Sociedad1.753.505.25Bet Now
24 Oct 21 17:30Real Betis vs Rayo Vallecano1.753.604.50Bet Now
25 Oct 21 20:00Getafe vs Celta Vigo2.503.003.00Bet Now
23 Oct 21 15:15Cadiz vs CD Alaves2.553.003.10Bet Now
22 Oct 21 20:00Osasuna vs Granada1.803.504.20Bet Now
23 Oct 21 17:30Sevilla vs Levante1.454.207.00Bet Now
23 Oct 21 13:00Valencia vs Mallorca1.853.504.20Bet Now
24 Oct 21 13:00Elche vs Espanyol2.623.002.90Bet Now
24 Oct 21 15:15Barcelona vs Real Madrid2.903.302.40Bet Now
Odds last updated on:14/10/21 16:00:13 GMT. Subjected to change


The crumbling ruins of a fortress is an apt mental image for Laliga and Barcelona. Javier Tebas bemoaned about the spending habits of other European clubs in the past and is in a position to act according to the rules. The Laliga president has shown who is the boss, to Barcelona, Super League plans have contributed somewhat to the current scenario. One of the greatest players to ever walk in Camp Nou, to feature in Laliga and to build revenue for both the club and the league alike has departed in tears.

In a billion-dollar debt, Joan Laporta is in hot waters. Laporta said that no player is bigger than the club but Messi is. That is the harsh truth. Global attraction and fan following for Barcelona or Laliga will drastically reduce hereafter. If the Spanish league can survive those tides depends on the birth of new stars. Tebas has involved CVC Capital Partners, an investment fund management firm, in the scene to help with the growth of the league. Laliga has sold 10 per cent of its business to the fund for 2.7 billion Euros. Real Madrid takes legal action against LaLiga regarding the issue.


Barcelona vs Valencia

Barcelona play host to Valencia on Matchday 9 of the LaLiga campaign on Sunday. The time has finally come for Camp Nou to be back to full capacity. There will not be any limitations on the number of spectators from the Valencia game onwards. The players away on international duty will be returning shortly. Barca are in their worst form of recent times, so much so that the defeat at the hands of Atletico Madrid on Matchday 8 was predictable. Ronald Koeman’s future will be on the line unless the Catalans bounce back. Ronald Araujo suffered a right-hamstring injury in the match against Argentina. He will be examined by the club’s medical department once he returns. Valencia come after a goalless draw against Cadiz CF in their last league outing. The game marked French centre-back Mouctar Diakhaby’s 100th official appearance in the Valencia shirt. The Bats have three wins and three draws from eight games. Barcelona need to win this home fixture at any cost and hopefully, they will with a packed Camp Nou cheering for them.

Celta Vigo vs Sevilla

Sevilla meet Celta Vigo on Matchday 9 of the LaLiga season at the latter’s home Estadio de Balaidos on Sunday. Sevilla fell to their first defeat of the season at Granada in their last league match. All their efforts to recover from an early hit from Granada went in vain. “I don’t think we deserved to lose but it’s time to continue improving,” said coach Julen Lopetegui in an assessment. Los Nervionenses are the only team to have not conceded a goal in the second half so far in the campaign. Sevilla have an intense schedule of seven matches in 22 days before the next international break in November. Celta Vigo did well last term having finished eighth with 14 wins. They don’t look good this season after the first stretch. Nolito and Jeison Murillo were injured during their last league game against Elche CF but have got clearance from the medical team and are now training normally. Santi Mina has assisted three of Celta’s seven goals this season. Sevilla will bounce back with a victory on the road.

Real Sociedad vs Mallorca

Real Sociedad invite Mallorca to Reale Arena for Matchday 9 of the Spanish campaign on Saturday. La Real are one of the most enjoyable teams to watch in LaLiga, producing excellent football with a youthful squad consistently over the past couple of seasons. They share 17 points at the top of the table with Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid after eight rounds. Sociedad had to share the spoils with Getafe (1-1) in their last league outing. Mikel Oyarzabal found the equaliser for La Real. Manchester City are keeping a close eye on the star forward. He is second behind Karim Benzema in the LaLiga goal-hunt with six goals. Mallorca are mid-table with three wins and three losses. The Pirates defeated Levante 1-0 in their last league game. Angel Rodriguez found the winning goal for them late in the second half. “We knew we would have to dig in until the end,” said the Mallorca boss Luis Garcia Plaza after the game. He will be sticking to 4-2-3-1 against Sociedad. Beating La Real at home will not be an easy task at all for Mallorca.



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