La Liga Outright Winners Odds

Liam Bewsher | @LBewsherMedia

Real Madrid Odds: 11/10

Real Madrid are the favourites to win La Liga having won it for a 35th time last season under Carlo Ancelotti, on top of their Champions League success against Liverpool in Paris.

Los Blancos have wasted no time at all in strengthening their squad, having all but signed Aurelien Tchouameni and Antonio Rudiger for the start of next season. According to reports, they have a £350m war chest to spend following the departures of Gareth Bale, Isco, Marcelo and more, coupled with their Champions League win.

With Real having such a superb team, on top of more high profile incomings expected, it will take some effort for the chasing pack to prevent them from winning the league again, especially with the likes of Karim Benzema in the form of his career having managed 42 goals and 14 assists in 44 matches last season.

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Barcelona Odds: 11/8

Barcelona are expected to be in pole position to hunt Real down, with legendary club figure Xavi at the helm.

Since then Spaniard joined Barca as manager following the dismissal of Ronald Koeman, the Catalonian club have drastically improved in terms of form, having won 21 and drawn nine of their 38 matches under the 42-year-old, seeing them seal second-place in La Liga last campaign.

Barca famously thrashed Real 4-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu back in March, and may feel revitalised knowing that they can get the better of their bitter rivals, on top of the points resetting in the league back to zero putting them on a more level playing field.

With reports suggesting that Robert Lewandowski could be on his way to the Nou Camp, it looks like Barca are determined to bridge the gap to Real.

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Atletico Madrid Odds: 9/2

Atletico Madrid can never be ruled out in the La Liga title race, having won it twice under the management of Diego Simeone in both 2013/14 and 2020/21 due to their strong defensive records, as well as their superb attacking talents.

The Wanda Metropolitano club finished 15 points shy of Real last season with 71 points to their name, a regression of 15 points, showing that when things go right, they are more than capable of posing a threat to their nearest rivals.

With Antoine Griezmann expected to stay at Atletico following his loan spell from Barcelona, they will be hoping that the Frenchman can be more potent than he was last season, when he managed just three league goals in 26 outings, and transform back into the clinical striker that has fired in 141 and created 57 assists in 293 appearances for Atletico as a whole.

This would give Simeone’s side a huge boost as they only managed 65 goals last season, 15 fewer than Real.

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Sevilla Odds: 20/1

Sevilla are outsiders for the La Liga title, having finished in fourth place in each of the last two seasons.

With Diego Carlos departing the club for Aston Villa and Jules Kounde also expected to leave this summer, Julen Lopetegui’s men will have to reinvest the money well, having conceded just 63 goals over their last two seasons combined, with the two aforementioned defenders creating a superb partnership at the heart of their defence.

Sevilla’s one and only La Liga crown came all the way back in 1945/46, but, they do have a good pedigree in cup competitions, having won the Copa del Rey five times, as well as the Europa League on six occasions.

If they are to make a push for a shock title win, then they will certainly have to improve on the 53 goals they managed in La Liga last campaign.

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Villarreal Odds: 40/1

The final team on this list is Villarreal who finished seventh in La Liga last time out under Unai Emery.

The Yellow Submarine have earned plenty of plaudits in past couple of seasons, having earned a shock Europa League win at the expense of Manchester United back in 2020/21, before reaching the Champions League semi-finals last campaign, stunning the likes of Juventus and Bayern Munich along the way.

Emery’s men only scored five fewer goals than Barcelona with 63 to their name and are capable of springing up surprises. The Spaniard also heavily rotated his side in the league last season to cope with their European schedule, something that they will have once again as they are in next season’s Europa Conference League.

It would likely take a lot, but, as fourth top scorers in La Liga, and with the surprises that they threw up last campaign, is there any possibility of the Yellow Submarine defying the odds once again and going all the way?

La Liga Outright Winners Odds