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La Liga Standings and Relegation Prediction, Best Bets, Odds 2022/23

Written by: Greg Lea
Updated February 14, 2023
12 min read
  • The La Liga 2022/23 season starts on August 12 and concludes on June 4
  • The three teams that pick up the fewest points will be relegated to the second tier
  • The La Liga standings from last season saw Granada, Levante and Alaves go down

The La Liga title race will receive most of the attention dedicated to Spain’s top flight in the upcoming campaign, but the fight to avoid relegation could be even more dramatic. There will definitely be more clubs involved in the basement battle, with three set to go down to the Segunda Division.

You can find the latest La Liga relegation odds below. We also provide an analysis of how we think the relegation battle will unfold, plus some more general information about La Liga standings and relegation in 2022/23.

La Liga Relegation 2022/23 Odds

These odds for La Liga Relegation 2022/23 were taken from the FanDuel Sportsbook. Discover if sports betting is legal in your state, here

La Liga 2022/23 RelegationOdds
Getafe

-120
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Cadiz+100
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Almeria
+165
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Espanyol
+300
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Girona
+750
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Celta Vigo

+1400
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Real Mallorca
+2500
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Osasuna+6600
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Who Will Be Relegated in La Liga 2022/23?

Real Valladolid and Girona are the joint favorites to be relegated. That is understandable since both sides were playing in the Segunda Division last term. The gap between the top two leagues in Spain has grown wider in recent years, so both clubs would consider a 17th-place finish a success.

Almeria were also promoted from the second division in 2021/22, but the sportsbooks give them a better chance of avoiding the drop. Elche, Cadiz and Real Mallorca are also considered likelier candidates for demotion.

The latter duo survived by just a single point last season and are expected to be involved in the relegation tussle once more, while Elche have one of the smallest budgets in La Liga.

The group of outsiders include Getafe and Espanyol, neither of whom finished too far clear of the drop zone last time out. Celta Vigo and Osasuna should be relatively comfortable in the mid-table.

If you would like to pick up some more pointers and tips about how to bet on soccer before you make your predictions for the La Liga 2022/23 standings, have a read through our guide.

What Are the La Liga Standings 2022/23?

At the time of writing, the 2022/23 season has not yet begun. The current standings are therefore ordered alphabetically based on club name, with Almeria at the top and Villarreal at the bottom (do not expect it to stay that way for long).

You can find the La Liga standings for 2021/22 below. As is customary in Spain’s top tier, the bottom three teams were relegated to the Segunda Division – more on that below.

La Liga Standings 2021/22Points
1. Real Madrid86
2. Barcelona73
3. Atletico Madrid71
4. Sevilla70
5. Real Betis65
6. Real Sociedad62
7. Villarreal59
8. Athletic Bilbao55
9. Valencia48
10. Osasuna47
11. Celta Vigo46
12. Rayo Vallecano42
13. Elche42
14. Espanyol42
15. Getafe39
16. Mallorca39
17. Cadiz39
18. Granada38
19. Alaves35
20. Levante31

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Greg Lea is a freelance soccer journalist from London. He is the former editor of The Set Pieces, and has contributed to the Guardian, FourFourTwo, and ESPN. A Crystal Palace fan, he is a long-time subscriber to the belief that it's the taking part that counts. Email: [email protected]

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