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La Liga Standings
Our detailed La Liga standings offer insight into how well teams are doing. You can pair this information with many readily-available and useful stats — such as cards received — to increase the chance of successful bets.
We also like to have a look at the form guide, which shows the results of each team's last five matches. Even a team at the bottom of the table could experience some good form and win a few shock matches.
Form can play a big part of betting if you know how to use it. There are, in fact, some LA Liga predictors such as Kickform.com, which use statistical data to predict matches, scoreline, and much more.
La Liga Fixtures
In the table, you can find all the season’s fixtures by round as well as the bookie offering the best odds.
The fixtures can significantly enhance your accumulator bets by allowing you to view all upcoming matches and identify the most favourable odds. Additionally, our betting calculator lets you know exactly what you're betting on.
La Liga Player Stats
Player stats offer loads of opportunities for placing wagers, and a bet builder may revolve around these very stats. With 20 different options to search through, you’re spoilt for choice.
Let's take a look at a few stats from last season and how you could make the most out of them:
|Player||Shots per game||Goals||xG||Chances missed||Assists|
This table shows that Lewandowski has an average of over half of his shots being converted, so he would be the best choice to bet on goals scored based on these stats.
If we add the assists chart, we’ll see that Griezmann made the most goal contributions (31), perfect for a ‘goal or assist bet’.
Spanish La Liga Key Stats & Records
- Only three teams have never been relegated from La Liga: Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Athletic Bilbao.
- Real Madrid scored the most goals in a single season, with a scintillating 121 in the 2011/12 season.
- The record for most goals scored in a single season by a player is held by Lionel Messi, who scored 50 during the 2011-12 campaign.
- Lionel Messi holds a total of 22 goalscoring La Liga records. A few include: Most all-time goals, most total, home and away goals in a season, longest goalscoring streak, and many more.
- Sergio Ramos has the record for the most yellow cards (171) and most red cards (20) in La Liga history.
- Luka Romero became the youngest player to ever play in La Liga in 2020, making his debut at 15 years, 219 days ‘old’ against Real Madrid.
La Liga Goalkeeper Stats
The plethora of Goalkeeper stats available carry some excellent value; and some are beyond the obvious, for example, you can use them to make bets and predictions on defensive and attacking markets.
The most common way to use the stats is to bet on clean sheets. However, there are many other ways to use them, including to predict if an opposing team will be able to score depending on how good a keeper is playing.
Spanish League Team Stats for 2023-24
With over 30 different markets to select from, the La Liga table offers some of the most comprehensive information available. Researching La Liga betting is a breeze with readily available statistics on Over / under betting, corners, and so much more!
This season is already shaping up to be a competitive one, with Girona sat in third place, while Barcelona and Real Madrid are battling for the top spot with one point in it so far.
Recent Spanish La Liga Winners
|2020-21||Atlético Madrid||Real Madrid|
|2002-03||Real Madrid||Real Sociedad|
|2001-02||Valencia||Deportivo de La Coruña|
|2000-01||Real Madrid||Deportivo de La Coruña|
Most Successful Teams in Spanish La Liga History
|Club||Titles||Last Championship Win|
|Deportivo de La Coruña||1||1999-2000|
History of the Spanish League
La Liga was founded in 1929 (back then known solely as the Primera División), featuring ten clubs. The league then went on to expand on many occasions, reaching the current limit of 20 clubs in 1987.
Nine different teams have claimed victory in the competition since its inauguration, with Real Madrid being the most successful, boasting an impressive 35 wins. Barcelona follows behind with 26 titles, while Atlético Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Valencia, and Real Sociedad have all won it more than once.
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ThePuntersPage Final Say
Harnessing the power of statistics can have a significant impact on your betting endeavours, so why not use this valuable resource to your advantage? The user-friendly La Liga stats table has proven to be a handy tool for us, and we're confident it will be just as helpful to you!
Eight games in, it was Real Madrid that were top of the league table with 21 points. Barcelona were second with 20 points and were the only team who hadn't lost a match. If we consider the start of the season and the fact that they won the title last year, it's looking promising for Barcelona.
Lionel Messi has the highest assist record in a single La Liga season with 21. He also holds the record for most all-time assists.
The biggest win in La Liga history happened in the 1930/31 season, when Athletic Bilbao beat Barcelona 12 – 1.
Andoni Zubizarreta has kept 233 sheets in the La Liga — the most in the history of the competition. He did so between 1981 – 1998.