Odds to Bet On | La Liga
Odds To Bet On has already covered Saturday’s Premier League clashes, so La Liga’s matches are next. There are five games in Spain to cover (Osasuna v Real Betis, Almeria v Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad v Rayo Vallecano, Real Valladolid v Girona, Real Madrid v Celta Vigo), so Odds To Bet On has used Oddschecker to get the best returns.
Osasuna v Real Betis
Osasuna are slim favourites ahead of their meeting with Real Betis due to home advantage, but they’re five places and 10 points adrift of the visitors in the table. The two sides have identical defensive records and inconsistent form of late, so it’s a tough game to call.
Osasuna recently ended a four-game winless run at home and have picked up four points from their last three outings, but Betis won’t be easy. The visitors have lost only two of their last nine matches and only recently had a four-game unbeaten run away from the home end. Neither side is flawless, so bookmakers are struggling to pick an out-and-out favourite.
Osasuna are 9/5 to win with Bet UK, Osasuna and Betis are 11/5 to draw with Bet 365, and Betis are 19/10 to win with Betfair.
Almeria v Athletic Bilbao
Almeria are in danger of the drop and can’t afford anything less than a win on Saturday, but Athletic are in great form and will be a tough opponent. The visitors have won three and drawn one of their last four games while boasting consecutive wins on the road, so it’s little surprise they’re favourites to get a result.
Almeria have improved of late with one win and draws from their last three games, coupled with two wins and a draw from their last four home outings, but the 12 places and 18 points separating the two sides might prove telling.
Almeria are 3/1 to win with Bet 365, Almeria and Athletic are 36/13 to draw with VBet, and Athletic are 19/20 to win with Bet UK.
Real Sociedad v Rayo Vallecano
La Real are big favourites to solidify their top-four position with a win over Rayo, as they’re coming off the back of two wins in their last four games and eight points from a possible 12 on home soil.
Rayo are four places and 11 points adrift in the table, without a win in their last four home games, so it’s hard to see them getting a result. They went on an eight-game winless run before victory in their previous outing too, so it’s easy to see why they’re underdogs.
Sociedad are 4/6 to win with Bet 365, Sociedad and Rayo are 11/4 to draw with Bet 365, and Rayo are 26/5 to win with VBet.
Real Valladolid v Girona
Real Valladolid can take a big step towards safety with a win over Girona and boast four points from their last two games, coupled with two wins and two draws from their last five at home.
Girona are no slouches, however, sitting five places and six points higher in the table, so Saturday’s clash won’t be easy. The visitors have won two and drawn two of their last four games, losing only one of their previous four on the road, so they’re a force to be reckoned with.
Valladolid are 7/5 to win with Bet UK, Valladolid and Girona are 5/2 to draw with Matchbook, and Girona are 2/1 to win with William Hill.
Real Madrid v Celta Vigo
Real Madrid are big favourites to beat Celta Vigo as they boast three wins from their last five games while winning four of their previous six on home soil, but the visitors are in decent form themselves.
Celta are nine places and 26 points worse off than Real but are unbeaten in their last seven games while winning two and drawing three of their previous five on the road, so they should put up a good fight. Real are 1/3 to win with Sky Bet, Real and Celta are 4/1 to draw with Live Score Bet, and Celta are 15/2 to win with Unibet.