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2022-2023 La Liga Outrights Odds

La Liga is the top flight in Spanish football (soccer) and features some of the most prominent clubs worldwide, including Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid. Check La Liga odds below.

Real Madrid won the league in 2022 (in addition to the coveted Champions League), and with a productive summer transfer window under their belt, they are the team to beat heading into the next season.

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Here is a look at how the entire list of odds shapes up.

Real Madrid (+115)

La Liga odds start with Real Madrid, the reigning champions and holders of the best squad in the league.

French striker Karim Benzema is the most clinical goal-scorer in the area and has terrorized defenses for years, while young wingers Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo have continued to ascend and provided trickery and creativity on the flanks, perfectly complementing Benzem’a ruthless nature in the box; behind the attack sits a midfield comprised of a few of the best talents in the history of the sport, most notably former Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric.

Madrid has also signed young talents such as Eduardo Camavinga and Aurélien Tchouaméni, who will help lead the club into the future.

Madrid is an excellent prospect for the upcoming title because they are a proven commodity and because they have an exceptional blend of youth and experience— another player that has not been mentioned is Antonio Rudiger, the anchor of a Chelsea defense that challenged for the English Premier League title and led the way to a Champions League conquest in 2021.

His arrival in the Bernabeu will provide the team with another gutsy, committed player willing to do the dirty work in the name of the team.

FC Barcelona (+145)

Former superstar and current manager Xavi is attempting to lead the resurgence of Barcelona, though he has failed to convince.

The team finished in second, but 13 points off of Madrid in 2022 and has areas it needs to address to close the gap on the reigning champions; granted, they have had a productive transfer window, securing the signatures of fellow-former Chelsea man Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessie while being linked to a horde of players, including Leeds United’s Raphina, Bayern Munchen’s Robert Lewandowski, and Juventus’ Matthijs de Ligt, among others.

Barca came under fire from former manager Ronald Koeman recently for its “outdated” style and 4-3-3 structure, but despite that, they finished their last campaign with the second-best goal differential and second-most goals scored.

The La Liga stats are not the end-all-be-all, but they are typically an indication of what a team has to offer, and Barca appears to be a definitive top-two team in the league.

Atletico Madrid (+430)

The third of the three horsemen is Atletico Madrid, a team that has caused a ton of trouble for Madrid and Barca in the past. Atleti is ruthless in its pursuit of results, playing a superior defensive style and seeming to be unbothered by scoring just once in a game, so long as they can shut out their opponent.

The credit for this approach and the team’s overall transformation goes to manager Diego Simeone, whose performances at the club have led him to garner the reputation as one of the top-10 managers in the world.

Atleti’s problem in a season-long challenge is that they do not have enough individual moments of brilliance, despite having high-profile players such as Luis Suarez and Joao Felix on their roster.

Angel Correa has also become quite a player for the club, which will be looking to win its second title in the last three years.

Sevilla (+2300)

There is a significant dropoff in La Liga betting odds from the top three to the rest of the teams, and the leader in the next echelon is Sevilla.

This team dominates the Europa League and has been a formidable opponent in the Champions League, but they too lack takeover ability from individual players and do not have the financial clout to compete with the top dogs.

They are certainly the best pick of the field to challenge for the title, but they are a dark horse nonetheless.

Villareal (+5000)

Villareal could be “sexy” in La Liga picks despite their domestic struggles in the past, and that is because of their Europa League heroics; credit for this also goes to the team’s manager, Unai Emery, who has garnered a reputation as one of the most winning managers in European competitions.

Villareal also lacks a hefty transfer budget and will be at a disadvantage on paper against the top three teams.

Remaining teams

  • Real Sociedad: +6000
  • Betis: +12000
  • Athletic Bilbao: +21000
  • Celta Vigo: +43000
  • Valencia: +43000
  • Getafe: +43000
  • Almeria: +43000
  • Osasuna: +65000
  • Cadiz: +65000
  • Mallorca: +65000
  • Elche: +65000
  • Rayo Vallecano: +65000
  • Valladolid: +65000
  • Espanyol: +65000

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