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La Liga has lost its intensity this season and the championship that has been so high and strong for a long time is in decline from its standards of excellence. The three best teams (Real, Barça & Atlético) have already experienced disappointments this season.
Real Madrid, La Liga leaders, lost an incredible game against Sheriff Tiraspol in the Champions League. Barcelona is going through a serious institutional crisis, and Atletico, the defending champions, lost to Alavés, who had only known defeat until now. Did you know that the most-watched match (and probably the most bet on) in the world was the Clásico?
Make your football bets and wager on the most popular sport in the world for many reasons.
La Liga in trouble on the European stage
One of the ultimate proofs of the performance of Spanish teams is that Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have regularly reached the final of the Champions League over the last decade.
Similarly, in the Europa League, Spanish teams such as Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal have managed to lift the trophy on numerous occasions. Betting on Spanish teams in the European Cup has very often been a good decision for punters.
But since the beginning of the 2021/22 La Liga season, the level of Spanish teams is not up to the previously high standard as can be seen from recent results. With five teams in the Champions League, Spain could prove over-represented, as with ten games played to date, there have been only two wins.
A lack of means in LaLiga
One of the causes of the drop in level is the lack of money and the restrictions on salaries imposed by the Spanish League to avoid the Iberian clubs going into problematic debt.
This has caused the departure of the two iconic captains of Barca and Real, Messi and Sergio Ramos. But players come and go, but teams stay, and La Liga remains a competitive league from sports betting perspective.
Real and Barca remain dream destinations for many footballers and boast a very large fan base. However, it is undeniable that Spanish clubs have been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis and have been lagging behind other major European leagues when it comes to getting the best players.
La Liga reduced player purchase spending by 70% between the summer of 2019 and 2020. However, this may prove a blessing in disguise for a country that relies on excellent training that produces highly technical player profiles.
The Barcelona coach has drawn from the Masia to build his squad. In the youth categories, La Rojita regularly reaches the finals of competitions. In many Iberian clubs, the philosophy of play is to produce attractive soccer with the ball on the ground.
Bet on La Liga 2 and the Copa del Rey
The second division of La Liga in Spain has many teams from the north of the country and three from the suburbs of Madrid out of the 22 teams that will be playing for the top or to avoid relegation.
Bet on La Liga 2 if you like to see technical, fast and above all — highly intelligent players.
The final of the last Copa del Rey pitted the two most successful teams against each other: Barcelona and Athletic. The Blaugrana won. Bettors know that they love this competition and that they have made it to ten of the last thirteen finals.
Make sports bets on the Copa del Rey to see the best teams in Spain and enjoy the thrilling, decisive matches.
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