The La Liga domination shown by Barcelona and Real Madrid - sharing every title from 2004/05 to 2012/13 - has led critics to conclude that it is a two-team league with little quality beneath. However, Atletico Madrid, Valencia, Sevilla and Athletic Bilbao have shown in Europe that, while they do not have the financial strength to overthrow the big two in La Liga, they are not to be underestimated. Added interest this year come in the form of David Moyes looking to get over his disappointing spell in Manchester by reviving the fortunes of Real Sociedad.
So while the La Liga winner betting odds regularly reveal a two-horse raceto rival a US presidential election, the division provides plenty of intriguing betting possibilities. Barcelona and Real Madrid both drop points so rarely both enjoying 100-point seasons this decade that all La Liga match betting odds besides El Clasico With so many La Liga games televised in the United Kingdom - usually at least four a weekend, including every Barcelona and Real Madrid fixture - La Liga in-play betting opportunities are vast. And as the top teams are so prolific, La Liga handicap betting and La Liga over/under betting can be a lot of fun.