– Treble winners Barcelona favourites at 0.60, with Real Madrid, under new management, at 1.45 to claim first title in what would be four years.
– Ronaldo and Messi big favourites for top goal scorer, meaning great value in Neymar, Suarez and Benzema.
– Atletico Madrid best of the rest, but Sevilla tempting dark horses at 5.00.
All eyes will inevitably be on the battle of the big two in Spain this season ahead of the start of the new La Liga campaign, which kicks off on August 21.
Treble winners Barcelona are the favourites to retain their crown as league champions, at 0.60 with G-Bets, despite not being able to register new signings Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal until January.
El Classico rivals Real Madrid, meanwhile, have been remarkably quiet in the transfer market this summer, although have appointed Rafa Benitez as manager, replacing Carlo Ancelotti.
G-Bets are offering 1.45 that the capital club get their hands on the title for the first time since 2012.
As Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi both continue to break goal-scoring records at will, the can be backed at 0.95 and 1.05, respectively, to finish as the Primera Division’s top scorer this season.
Considering he is deployed as Barcelona’s central striker, Luis Suarez looks an interesting outside bet at 19.00, especially if the Uruguayan picks up from where he left off at the end of the last campaign.
Thankfully, the last two weeks have shown the strength of Spanish football outside of the Camp Nou and Bernabeu.
Europa League champions Sevilla displayed their quality in fighting back from 4-1 down to level the scores against Barcelona in the UEFA Super Cup, while Athletic Bilbao produced the result of the season so far, beating the Catalan giants 4-0 in the first leg of the Spanish Supercopa.
G-Bets are offering a market for the highest placed side outside of traditional big two, and Sevilla, thanks to their nous in the transfer market, are good value at 5.00.
Elsewhere, 2014 champions Atletico Madrid are favourites in that market at 0.70, thanks to the signings of the prolific Jackson Martinez and Argentinian Luciano Vietto.
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