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La Liga title is almost certain to be a two way battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona. If anyone else was to take the Spanish top flight crown, it would be a massive shock.
Real took the title last season and that gives them the slight edge over their rivals for this campaign as you can back them at 9/10.
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Jose Mourinho seems to have a knack for winning trophies and is building a squad of the highest quality at the moment.
Of course there is one man that people talk about – Cristiano Ronaldo. He had a quite incredible season last time out, scoring 46 goals in La Liga.
If Real are to retain their title, then Ronaldo will need to produce something similar this year.
Then the likes of Mezut Ozil and Karim Benzema will be looking to support the Portuguese international and chip in with goals themselves.
Mourinho’s men will be tough to stop.
As for Barcelona, they are out for revenge after seeing their trophy taken away from then for the first time since 2008. Seeing their bitter rivals win the league would have hurt.
It is a new era for the Catalan club as Tito Vilanova is the new man in charge and this puts them as second favourites to come out on top with odds of 6/5.
Vilanova certainly has big shoes to fill as he replaces Pep Guardiloa, who won a huge array of trophies at the Nou Camp.
As with Real Madrid though, there is one man you speak about for Barcelona – Lionel Messi.
Messi is considered by many as the best player in the world and will be looking to emulate his personal success of last season as he scored 50 goals in the league.
If anyone is to challenge these two giants then it would be Valencia. In truth though, they would surely need to remain unbeaten against the ‘El Clasico’ sides and maintain incredible form throughout the campaign.
They are the third favourites but have odds of 100/1, which goes to show what a tough task it would be.
The race for this title gets underway this weekend.