Connect with us

2019-20 La Liga Live Stream, Odds, and Predictions

La Liga is the men’s top professional football division of the Spanish football league system and is administered by the Liga de Fútbol Profesional. The league is contested by 20 teams, with three lowest-placed teams at the end of each season relegated to the Segunda División and replaced by the top three teams in that division. La Liga is one of the most popular professional sports leagues in the world and has led Europe for more years than any other country, being the top league in Europe over the last five years.

The league’s all-time leading goalscorer is Lionel Messi who has converted 412 goals for Barcelona. On the second place is Cristiano Ronaldo who scored 311 goals in Real Madrid out of 292 appearances, creating a goal ratio record in the league.

The defending Champions of this year’s Spanish La Liga title are Barcelona, as they defeated Levante FC by scoring 1-0 in the final at Camp Nou, earlier this year. It was Barcelona’s 26th overall La Liga league title in the club’s history and the 8thin the last 11 years.


La Liga 2019-20 Season

By the end of Matchday 3, the Spaniards are yet to settle in the table as the Spanish tale has just begun with literally zero rush to the big climax. As the League’s top contenders and predominant rivals in La Liga – Barcelona and Real Madrid are yet to show up in their respective positrions. This year all the clubs have signed up fresh players to strengthen their lineup, where Barca have recruited Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard has already made his debut for Real Madrid.

The top four teams in La Liga this year will be qualified for the Champions League and the team that is placed fifth will get the chance to play in Europa League. And the team at the next spot will have a chance to enter the Europa Qualifiers.

As usual, the three teams placed at the bottom of the table will be relegated to Segunda División, and the top three teams in that division will replace them in the next La Liga season.

How to Watch La Liga Santander 2019-20?

For the viewers in UK, ITV4 has bought the broadcasting rights or you can watch live online or via the ITV Hub app on mobile.

In the US and Canada, BeIN Sport can be accessed via most cable providers and also TV streaming services such as FuboTV and Sling that broadcast La Liga 2019-20.

In Australia and New Zealand, in order to watch the league you need to be a subscriber to BeIN Sport who has secured exclusive live coverage rights to La Liga for this season.

2019-20 La Liga Outright Odds

The following table predicts the winners of this year’s Spanish La Liga based on odds according to

2Real Madrid2.20
3Atletico Madrid51.00
7Real Sociedad501.00
8Athletic Bilbao501.00
13Real Betis2001.00
15CD Alaves3001.00
16Celta Vigo3001.00
Odds last updated on:25/01/20 00:30:28 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
25 Jan 20 12:00Espanyol vs Athletic Bilbao2.502.903.25Bet Now
25 Jan 20 15:00Valencia vs Barcelona5.004.331.61Bet Now
25 Jan 20 17:30CD Alaves vs Villarreal2.803.252.55Bet Now
25 Jan 20 20:00Sevilla vs Granada1.404.508.50Bet Now
26 Jan 20 11:00Atletico Madrid vs Leganes1.444.009.00Bet Now
26 Jan 20 13:00Celta Vigo vs Eibar2.003.403.80Bet Now
26 Jan 20 15:00Getafe vs Real Betis2.053.303.80Bet Now
26 Jan 20 17:30Real Sociedad vs Mallorca1.454.337.50Bet Now
26 Jan 20 20:00Valladolid vs Real Madrid7.504.501.44Bet Now
31 Jan 20 20:00Villarreal vs Osasuna1.853.803.80Bet Now
01 Feb 20 12:00Granada vs Espanyol2.373.203.00Bet Now
01 Feb 20 15:00Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid1.853.604.00Bet Now
01 Feb 20 17:30Mallorca vs Valladolid2.203.203.40Bet Now
01 Feb 20 20:00Valencia vs Celta Vigo1.803.604.33Bet Now
02 Feb 20 11:00Leganes vs Real Sociedad3.003.202.40Bet Now
02 Feb 20 13:00Eibar vs Real Betis2.403.302.87Bet Now
02 Feb 20 15:00Athletic Bilbao vs Getafe2.253.003.50Bet Now
02 Feb 20 17:30Sevilla vs CD Alaves1.364.758.50Bet Now
02 Feb 20 20:00Barcelona vs Levante1.0811.0019.00Bet Now
Odds last updated on:25/01/20 00:30:02 GMT. Subjected to change

La Liga Weekly Predictions

With a lifesaving goal from Messi, Barcelona managed to win their last game against Granada 1-0 and stay ahead of the title race. Los Blancos proved once again that they are the best chasers ever in the Spanish league as they trail Barca for the top spot with a 2-1 win against Sevilla. Athletic Club are in their own league of pure defensive domination as they sit at the 8th spot in the table. Atletico’s saddening loss and Mallrca’s unexpected triumphant victory have all added much to the league as Matchday 21 is nothing but a visual treat for all the fans.

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

Valencia VS Barcelona


Barcelona will square off against Valencia on Matchday 21 in the La Liga derby at the Estadio de Mestalla. The hosts have experienced problems at the back in a 4-1 loss to Mallorca, as their Champions league form seems to be deteriorating. Unfortunately their experienced midfielder misses this game through suspension, whilst key attacker Rodrigo Moreno is rated doubtful.

The Blaugrana failed to impress in their last league fixture, but Leo Messi’s goal ensured a win for the title holders at Camp Nou. Barca’s new boss Quique Setien is eager to help the club’s talents regain a much-needed confidence, for this weekend clash where an away win should be considered. Luis Suarez remains in the recovery room, and in his absence summer signing Antoine Griezmann will lead the line for the visitors.

Sevilla VS Granada

The Andalusian derby between Sevilla and Granada at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan will be hosted on Saturday. As Sevilla aim to make amends for a 2-1 defeat at Real Madrid where they failed to take advantage of the fact that Los Blancos were without several first-team regulars. They aim to stay in the Champions League berth and would be sure to go blazing at Granada on Matchday 21. The visitors were good in their 1-0 loss at Barcelona, but their poor away record in La Liga is still a concern for them.

Diego Martinez’s men are on a 6 game losing run on the road, failing to score in the last 4 away matches in the La Liga. In their last meeting in a competitive match, Sevilla recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Granada and are positive to repeat a better result.

Atletico Madrid VS Leganes


After suffering an unexpected 2-0 loss at Eibar, Atletico Madrid will be looking to return to winning ways in La Liga as they host Leganes at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on Matchday 21. The Madridians aim to keep their hopes of winning the trophy alive, as they stress on winning this local derby. Diego Costa is still recovering alongside Koke, Trippier, Lemar and Gimenez but the club’s manager has a number of high-profile footballers to choose from. Their summer signing – Joao Felix, looks eager to find his goal-scoring touch and might compensate for the injuries.

On the other hand, Leganes are fighting hard to avoid relegation to the Spanish second tier. Although this is a crucial game for them, they are not capable of spoiling Atletico Madrid’s party on Sunday.

Getafe VS Real Betis

After a thrilling 3-0 win over their local rivals – Leganes, Getafe will be looking to regain their spot in the top 4 as they host Real Betis at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez. They regained a much needed confidence at the weekend, but this game against Betis will be a bit of a challenge for the home side. Jaime Mata, who scored his 6th goal of the season at the weekend is just another hope for them.

On the other hand, Real Betis produced their best performance of the season against Real Sociedad 3-0 in front of their home fans. Since Betis are undefeated in the last 4 away games in the La Liga, they are sure to grab something from this interesting clash on Matchday 21.

Valladolid VS Real Madrid


Sealing a 3-0 win at Getafe and recording a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Sevilla has made 2020 to be a bright year for the Los Blancos, to stay in the race for the La Liga trophy. Unfortunately Zinedine Zidane has a number of injury concerns ahead of the trip to Valladolid, with key wingers Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale missing the game through injury.

However, the good news for the fans is that Karim Benzema has recovered from his injury. Valladolid recorded their last league win on November 3, 2019, and they do not seem to be on top of their game ahead of this clash. Considering the visitor’s current form, they are a better title-chasing team and in their last meeting they crushed Real Valladolid 4-1 and they can do it once again.

Must See

Advertisement ”ad”