La Liga Relegation Odds

If you are looking to bet on which La Liga teams will be relegated, you have come to the right place. On, we compare La Liga relegation odds from 10+ UK bookmakers, making it easy to find the best odds for each remaining team.

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Written by Isak Möller
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Last updated 19/03/2024

La Liga Relegation Odds 2023/24

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The Favourites to Be Relegated in 23/24 La Liga

  1. Almeria with William Hill at 1/ 1000
  2. Granada with Betway at 1/500
  3. Cadiz with bet365 at 2/9
  4. Rc Celta Vigo with bet365 at 7/1
  5. Real Mallorca with Betway at 14/1
  6. Rayo Vallecano with bet365 at 20/1
  7. Alaves with Betway at 22/1
  8. Sevilla with bet365 at 80/1
  9. Las Palmas with bet365 at 1000/1
  10. Barcelona with BetMGM at 2500/1

Probability to Be Relegated in the 2023/24 La Liga Season

With the outright odds, we can easily calculate the probability that each team will be relegated from La Liga, according to the bookmakers.

Team Odds Probability
Almeria 1/ 1000 99.90%
Granada 1/500 99.80%
Cadiz 2/9 81.82%
Rc Celta Vigo 7/1 12.50%
Real Mallorca 14/1 6.67%
Rayo Vallecano 20/1 4.76%
Alaves 22/1 4.35%
Sevilla 80/1 1.23%
Las Palmas 1000/1 0.10%
Barcelona 2500/1 0.04%

Who is the Favourite to Be Relegated From La Liga?

As of 22 April 2024, according to the odds, the favourite to be relegated from La Liga is Almeria, best priced at 1/ 1000 with William Hill.

The odds mean that the probability for Almeria to be relegated is 99.90%.

How Relegation Works in La Liga

Just like most of the other top five leagues in Europe, such as the Bundesliga and the Italian Serie A, the bottom three teams at the end of the season are immediately relegated from La Liga. With it being a 20-team league, this means that the teams in positions 18, 19 and 20 are in the relegation zone. In the past, we have seen some pretty close battles on this front.

The 2023/24 edition, however, has not exactly offered that much excitement in the bottom of the standings. As you can see with the odds, two teams are more or less nailed on to be relegated, though the fight to avoid the last spot could perhaps be a bit interesting.

Isak is an experienced content writer with a background in sports journalism. Having focused mainly on football in the past, he certainly knows a thing or two about the betting industry. At BettingLounge, Isak makes sure that all of the content is up to date, specialising in reviews of UK betting sites.