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Real Madrid Favorite Soccer Bet Pick to Win La Liga Title

Despite finishing 10 points off the pace last season, Real Madrid was an early favorite to win La Liga, and that’s looking to be spot on. Meanwhile, Jude Bellingham is the favorite to win the top scorer award, according to our latest odds in soccer.


Real Madrid Favorite Soccer Bet Pick to Win La Liga Title
Real Madrid players - Pierre-Philippe MARCOU / AFP

1. Los Blancos Favorites to Win La Liga

Real Madrid is currently at the top of the table after 28 games with 21 wins, six draws, and just one defeat to Atletico Madrid.

Since that defeat in September, Real Madrid has gone unbeaten in 23 games, including 11 wins from their past 14 games.

As a result, Real Madrid sits seven points clear at the top of the table with 10 games left to play. It’s not a big lead, but it’s difficult to see Real Madrid lose it. It’s a testament to Carlo Ancelotti and his players after struggling with injuries this season.

Ancelotti has built an impressive team that boasts potential and experience, and we will continue to include them in our soccer pick predictions.



2. Girona: La Liga’s Surprise Package

Girona has lost just four of their first 28 league matches, and without European football filling up the fixture list, they can focus solely on the league.

Can they keep up their form and carry it into a legitimate title charge, or will they fade as the traditional Spanish giants regain their annual positions of supremacy?

They are now sitting second in the standings, seven points behind leaders Real Madrid, and they are priced at +2800 to win the trophy according to the latest soccer odds.

Even given their somewhat longshot soccer betting line, it’s impressive that they sit above the likes of Barcelona and Atletico Madrid. With nine points above fifth-placed Bilbao, they are almost sure to finish the season in the top four and play in the Champions League next year.



3. Jude Bellingham’s Amazing Season

Real Madrid has done all this despite Karim Benzema leaving the club in the summer, with Jude Bellingham replacing the Frenchman for goals.

The former Birmingham and Borussia Dortmund midfielder is La Liga’s top scorer with 16 goals, but even he has had to deal with injury issues.

Bellingham picked up an ankle sprain in Madrid’s 4-0 thrashing of title rivals Girona last month, an injury that kept him out of action for three weeks. Still, that game’s brace brought him to 16 league goals this campaign, and 20 goals across all competitions.

Bellingham has another objective he’s fighting for. He’s on course to become the first non-forward to top the scoring for Real Madrid since Fernando Hierro grabbed 26 goals, 21 of them in the Spanish top-flight league. He is always an excellent pick for player prop bets.



4. Barcelona Getting Better Every Week

Defending champions Barcelona haven’t put up a title challenge this season, but they are trailing Real Madrid by just seven points with 10 rounds till the end of the season.

Barcelona’s main problem has been one too many draws; they are currently on seven for the season. The Blaugrana have also lost three of their 28 games so far, beaten by Girona, Real Madrid, and Villarreal, the latter proving to be a significant defeat.


5. The 2023-24 Relegation Battle

Almeria is destined to return to the second tier, sitting last in the standings with just 10 points to their name and 57 goals conceded in 28 games. Granada is not doing any better as they are sitting 10 points behind the first salvation spot.

From 15th-placed Mallorca to 18th-placed Cadiz, four teams are separated by just five points with 10 weeks to go.



Questions Of The Day


Who Will Be Barcelona’s next manager?

Roberto De Zerbi is one of the most exciting young coaches in the world. He’s a man who will be linked with Europe’s elite clubs whenever there’s a managerial vacancy to fill. He is the favorite to leave Brighton and sign with Barcelona.

Will Kylian Mbappe sign Real Madrid in the summer?

Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid is almost done. According to multiple soccer news reports, Mbappe is set to leave PSG as a free agent in this summer transfer window after his contract expires with the club in June.

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