Get the latest news about Spanish La Liga. Follow the latest results and fixtures to stay up to date with your favorite team. Also, check out the latest TV listings for La Liga. You can also watch El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona, or find out who will win the Primera Division Femenina. In addition to the latest news, you can check out the top scorers in La Liga. Below are the top scorers: assists, goals, and shots on target.
La Liga standings
The Spanish Primera Division standings show a variety of teams and clubs battling for the top spot. Real Madrid remains the virtual champion, while Atletico and Sevilla are only nine points behind. This competitive league will run until May. Interested in following the standings and betting on your team? Visit PointsBet, our official sports betting partner. If you’re not sure which team will win the title, check out our La Liga standings.
In the most recent standings, Levante are in last place with 11 points and one win. Levante is in a serious relegation threat with Cadiz three points ahead. In the relegation zone, Alaves sit one point behind Getafe. They’re also within shouting distance of several teams ahead. So, keep your eyes on the La Liga standings today and stay tuned for more surprises.
La Liga TV listings page
If you’re interested in following the latest La Liga action, you should visit the TV listings page of the Spanish football league. You’ll find all of the latest updates about the latest games, along with television channels and kickoff times. It is also possible to sign up for an email alert that will inform you when the next game airs. La Liga is available on both TV and the internet, so you can follow it wherever you are.
ESPN has acquired the rights to broadcast the Spanish League through 2028-29. During game weeks, the league airs 380 matches. You can also catch select matches on ABC, ESPN2, and ESPN Deportes. However, this is not a guarantee. The schedule changes often, so it’s always best to check the La Liga TV listings page before watching the games. To make sure you don’t miss any of the action, subscribe to FuboTV, which has a free trial period.
El Clasico clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona
In Saturday’s El Clasico clash between Real Madrid and the Catalan giants, Barcelona will be the underdogs. Despite a four-match winning streak, the Catalan side is focused on qualifying for next season’s Champions League. Real Madrid, meanwhile, hold a nine-point advantage over Barcelona at the top of La Liga. A victory over Barcelona would stretch that advantage to twelve points. The Santiago Bernabeu is currently undergoing renovation and development work.
With Real Madrid struggling to play out from the back, and a number of wide attackers causing problems for the Spanish side, Barcelona are threatening to score. Thibaut Courtois makes two saves as Barcelona get in behind Real Madrid. After the first goal, Ancelotti will change his system and look to bring the visitors closer to his own goal. In midfield, the team’s mismatch is centered around the central midfield, where Dembele plays as a centre forward.
Spanish La Liga history
The Spanish La Liga is the premier football competition in the country. It is the most important league in the world. The competition has only been interrupted three times since its beginning in 1929, when the Spanish Civil War was in full swing. It was first contested by Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid, with nine teams eventually taking home the coveted trophy. Read on to find out more about the history of the Spanish La Liga. The history of the league reveals the origin of its name, as well as the history of the various teams that have competed in it.
The Pichichi Trophy is awarded to the player who scores the most goals in a season. The Marca newspaper presents the award since 1952. Telmo Zarra won the first ever Pichichi trophy after scoring 24 goals in 29 matches for Athletic Bilbao. Zarra went on to win five more trophies over the course of his career. Lionel Messi won his seventh Pichichi trophy during the 2019-2020 season, scoring 25 goals for Barcelona.
La Liga clubs still fighting for honours in 2021-2022
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are the two clubs still vying for the title of La Liga champions. They are both priced at 14/1 to win the league. While they haven’t met in two seasons, Real Madrid won their first game 2-0 and drew the second -1. Currently, Real has four points against Atleti and one against Atletico, so the tiebreaker would favour Real Madrid.
Despite the current drought, the Champions League remains the biggest prize in club football and many top clubs have already begun planning for next season. They are likely to have another crack at the Champions League next season, but some have had to settle for places in other UEFA competitions. With Villarreal’s 2-1 win over Manchester United, the Europa League will return as a third European competition.