La Liga Betting Tips 2019/20

La Liga Betting Tips 2019/20

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La Liga Predictions

Here at Sportsgambler.com, we’re massive football fans and love to find the best possible betting angle for our readers. Once we’ve found a gap in the market, we’ll create football betting tips for La Liga and other European leagues, with recommendations made in terms of the market type and the actual bet selection.

Why should I bet on Spanish football?

The Spanish top flight La Liga features many famous clubs, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal, with these teams featuring on TV and on live streaming channels a lot because of the demand to watch their games.

However, the standard of the league is very high and all twenty teams are involved in competitive matches every weekend, with three teams being relegated each year and being replaced by three promoted teams from the Segunda Division.

Every bookmaker offers a first-class service when it comes to La Liga betting, with this including pre-match and In-Play wagering. Pre-match betting on Spanish football remains popular and that applies to accumulators where the potential winnings get bigger with the more selections that are added.

Betting on the Spanish first division can often mean enjoying the action even more, especially if you manage to back the team that wins the game, the player that scores the first goal or the correct score in the match. There are lots of betting markets available before a ball is kicked and customers should find the ones that suit them best.

Popular football markets:
Full Time Result Both Teams to Score Double Chance
Correct Score
Half-Time / Full-Time
Total Goals Over / Under
First Goalscorer
Anytime Goalscorer Win to Nil
Asian Handicap

The History of La Liga

It is little surprise to find that Real Madrid and Barcelona were two of the founding members of La Liga, with the Spanish football league enjoying its inauguration in 1929 with ten original teams. Real, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao remain the only three teams who have never been demoted from the Spanish top flight.

Athletic Bilbao were the early pace-setters, with title victories in 1930, 1931, 1934 and 1936. The Spanish Civil War halted the progress of the competition although when it returned in the 1940’s, Atletico Madrid, Valencia and Sevilla were the dominant forces and it wasn’t until the 1950’s that Real Madrid and Barcelona began a dominance which is still in effect today. Real claimed titles in 1954, 1955, 1957 and 1958.

Real Madrid continued to impose a stranglehold in Spain during the 1960’s and 1970’s, with their spending power and appeal meaning they could attract overseas players. Between 1961 and 1980, fourteen La Liga titles were landed by Los Merengues, with Johan Cruyff’s arrival as Barcelona manager in 1988 helping the Catalan side to wrest power from their rivals.

The Barca “Dream Team” won the title four times between 1991 and 1994, with Ronald Koeman, Pep Guardiola and Romario among the star players in the side. Louis van Gaal would arrive later in the decade and win Spanish league titles in 1998 and 1999.

While the current landscape in La Liga continues to be dominated by Real Madrid and Barcelona, there have been some notable exceptions including Valencia managing to land the spoils in 2002 and 2004 under Rafael Benitez.

Atletico Madrid also managed to finish above the “Big Two” during the 2013/14 season, although the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo in the Real team helped them achieve new heights and the same can be said of Lionel Messi at the Nou Camp.

Barcelona became the dominant force in recent seasons, winning four of the five La Liga titles between 2015 and 2019. Real Madrid’s solitary success between those years came in 2017 although an early Champions League exit in 2019 suggests that the squad needs to be rebuilt before they can challenge their El Clasico rivals once again.

El Clasico Betting Tips

El Clasico matches take place between Barcelona and Real Madrid every season, with the Spanish arch-rivals often meeting each other several times over the course of the campaign and also including Copa del Rey. They are the most popular La Liga matches and we provide in-depth betting coverage and betting tips when it comes to El Clasico games between Barca and Real. 

Spanish Football Live Streaming

La Liga is one of the most popular football leagues in the world and that means that supporters are keen to watch the matches taking place during every round of the competition. Barcelona and Real Madrid games are particularly popular and the good news is that several bookmakers offer a live streaming service so that customers can log into their account and watch the matches.

La Liga Team News

Sportsgambler.com are dedicated to providing a first-class service when it comes to La Liga and that includes the latest team news. Spanish football fans can view team news for the latest matches taking place and this applies to leagues all over Europe and further afield. It’s great to get a handle on team news before deciding which way to bet.

Predicted Lineups & Starting 11s

There are ten La Liga matches every week and you’ll find the predicted lineups for each game to give you a strong idea of the formation each club will employ along with the players involved. As we get much closer to kick-off, you will find that the teams are actually confirmed so that you can bet with complete confidence in terms of which players are starting.

La Liga Injuries & Suspensions

Injuries are a big part of football and Sportsgambler.com have got their finger on the pulse to make sure that fans are aware of which players are currently on the treatment table. We’ll also alert you to which players might be considered doubtful for the next match along with the players who are suspended for upcoming Spanish football games.

Fixtures & League Table

We love looking through the latest La Liga fixture list and picking out the games where we want to place bets and access live streaming. There are always some tasty matches involving the big clubs and we especially like finding out when the next El Clasico match is taking place between Real Madrid and Barcelona. The league table also provides a useful guide as to the latest standings at that point in the season.

Free Bets & Bonuses

Spanish football is fantastic and many customers can access free bets on La Liga matches which gives you a fighting chance of making money when you first open an account with a bookmaker. The free bet is usually available in the form of a deposit bonus or a first bet being placed and it can be used on a football match of your choice. In-Play Betting on Spanish Football
If you like betting on La Liga, the chances are that you’ll also enjoy live wagering on the top flight in Spain. This means betting on live markets when a particular match kicks off, with the odds changing on a constant basis and you can effectively gauge what’s happening on the field of play before going ahead and placing a bet.

Bet Builder for La Liga

One of the newest innovations in online betting is the Bet Builder. It means that you can build your own bet for a particular match and pack the wager with various selections which will effectively boost the odds accordingly. There are a range of markets that apply for the Bet Builder and it can be great fun customising your own wager.

Cash Out

Why wait for the final whistle when there’s a chance to make a profit at an earlier point. When you place a football bet on a Spanish top flight match, you regularly have the chance to take Full Cash Out or Partial Cash Out. This means you can often take a profit before the final whistle or alternatively cut your losses should your bet not be working out as you might have hoped.

 

La Liga Predictions

Here at Sportsgambler.com, we’re massive football fans and love to find the best possible betting angle for our readers. Once we’ve found a gap in the market, we’ll create football betting tips for La Liga and other European leagues, with recommendations made in terms of the market type and the actual bet selection.

Why should I bet on Spanish football?

The Spanish top flight La Liga features many famous clubs, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal, with these teams featuring on TV and on live streaming channels a lot because of the demand to watch their games.

However, the standard of the league is very high and all twenty teams are involved in competitive matches every weekend, with three teams being relegated each year and being replaced by three promoted teams from the Segunda Division.

Every bookmaker offers a first-class service when it comes to La Liga betting, with this including pre-match and In-Play wagering. Pre-match betting on Spanish football remains popular and that applies to accumulators where the potential winnings get bigger with the more selections that are added.

Betting on the Spanish first division can often mean enjoying the action even more, especially if you manage to back the team that wins the game, the player that scores the first goal or the correct score in the match. There are lots of betting markets available before a ball is kicked and customers should find the ones that suit them best.

Popular football markets:
Full Time Result Both Teams to Score Double Chance
Correct Score
Half-Time / Full-Time
Total Goals Over / Under
First Goalscorer
Anytime Goalscorer Win to Nil
Asian Handicap

The History of La Liga

It is little surprise to find that Real Madrid and Barcelona were two of the founding members of La Liga, with the Spanish football league enjoying its inauguration in 1929 with ten original teams. Real, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao remain the only three teams who have never been demoted from the Spanish top flight.

Athletic Bilbao were the early pace-setters, with title victories in 1930, 1931, 1934 and 1936. The Spanish Civil War halted the progress of the competition although when it returned in the 1940’s, Atletico Madrid, Valencia and Sevilla were the dominant forces and it wasn’t until the 1950’s that Real Madrid and Barcelona began a dominance which is still in effect today. Real claimed titles in 1954, 1955, 1957 and 1958.

Real Madrid continued to impose a stranglehold in Spain during the 1960’s and 1970’s, with their spending power and appeal meaning they could attract overseas players. Between 1961 and 1980, fourteen La Liga titles were landed by Los Merengues, with Johan Cruyff’s arrival as Barcelona manager in 1988 helping the Catalan side to wrest power from their rivals.

The Barca “Dream Team” won the title four times between 1991 and 1994, with Ronald Koeman, Pep Guardiola and Romario among the star players in the side. Louis van Gaal would arrive later in the decade and win Spanish league titles in 1998 and 1999.

While the current landscape in La Liga continues to be dominated by Real Madrid and Barcelona, there have been some notable exceptions including Valencia managing to land the spoils in 2002 and 2004 under Rafael Benitez.

Atletico Madrid also managed to finish above the “Big Two” during the 2013/14 season, although the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo in the Real team helped them achieve new heights and the same can be said of Lionel Messi at the Nou Camp.

Barcelona became the dominant force in recent seasons, winning four of the five La Liga titles between 2015 and 2019. Real Madrid’s solitary success between those years came in 2017 although an early Champions League exit in 2019 suggests that the squad needs to be rebuilt before they can challenge their El Clasico rivals once again.

El Clasico Betting Tips

El Clasico matches take place between Barcelona and Real Madrid every season, with the Spanish arch-rivals often meeting each other several times over the course of the campaign and also including Copa del Rey. They are the most popular La Liga matches and we provide in-depth betting coverage and betting tips when it comes to El Clasico games between Barca and Real. 

Spanish Football Live Streaming

La Liga is one of the most popular football leagues in the world and that means that supporters are keen to watch the matches taking place during every round of the competition. Barcelona and Real Madrid games are particularly popular and the good news is that several bookmakers offer a live streaming service so that customers can log into their account and watch the matches.

La Liga Team News

Sportsgambler.com are dedicated to providing a first-class service when it comes to La Liga and that includes the latest team news. Spanish football fans can view team news for the latest matches taking place and this applies to leagues all over Europe and further afield. It’s great to get a handle on team news before deciding which way to bet.

Predicted Lineups & Starting 11s

There are ten La Liga matches every week and you’ll find the predicted lineups for each game to give you a strong idea of the formation each club will employ along with the players involved. As we get much closer to kick-off, you will find that the teams are actually confirmed so that you can bet with complete confidence in terms of which players are starting.

La Liga Injuries & Suspensions

Injuries are a big part of football and Sportsgambler.com have got their finger on the pulse to make sure that fans are aware of which players are currently on the treatment table. We’ll also alert you to which players might be considered doubtful for the next match along with the players who are suspended for upcoming Spanish football games.

Fixtures & League Table

We love looking through the latest La Liga fixture list and picking out the games where we want to place bets and access live streaming. There are always some tasty matches involving the big clubs and we especially like finding out when the next El Clasico match is taking place between Real Madrid and Barcelona. The league table also provides a useful guide as to the latest standings at that point in the season.

Free Bets & Bonuses

Spanish football is fantastic and many customers can access free bets on La Liga matches which gives you a fighting chance of making money when you first open an account with a bookmaker. The free bet is usually available in the form of a deposit bonus or a first bet being placed and it can be used on a football match of your choice. In-Play Betting on Spanish Football
If you like betting on La Liga, the chances are that you’ll also enjoy live wagering on the top flight in Spain. This means betting on live markets when a particular match kicks off, with the odds changing on a constant basis and you can effectively gauge what’s happening on the field of play before going ahead and placing a bet.

Bet Builder for La Liga

One of the newest innovations in online betting is the Bet Builder. It means that you can build your own bet for a particular match and pack the wager with various selections which will effectively boost the odds accordingly. There are a range of markets that apply for the Bet Builder and it can be great fun customising your own wager.

Cash Out

Why wait for the final whistle when there’s a chance to make a profit at an earlier point. When you place a football bet on a Spanish top flight match, you regularly have the chance to take Full Cash Out or Partial Cash Out. This means you can often take a profit before the final whistle or alternatively cut your losses should your bet not be working out as you might have hoped.