The fixtures for the 2022/23 LaLiga season have now been announced with the action getting underway on the weekend of 13/14th August. It will be a strange campaign, with a break in November and December for the World Cup, and a late finish in June 2023. Real Madrid are gunning to defend their title while Almeria, Real Valladolid and Girona are the newly promoted teams. We’re planning to offer LaLiga predictions and previews again when it all gets underway.
LaLiga Predictions – Matchday 1 Fixtures
These are the opening weekend fixtures set for the weekend of 13/14th August 2022. It’s likely we’ll kick off on Friday 12th August with exact times/dates expected to be announced soon:
Cadiz vs Real Sociedad
Real Valladolid vs Villarreal
Osasuna vs Sevilla
Barcelona vs Rayo Vallecano
Celta Vigo vs Espanyol
Athletic Club vs Mallorca
Almeria vs Real Madrid
Getafe vs Atletico Madrid
Valencia vs Girona
Real Betis vs Elche
Our previews and score predictions are well-researched and written by Spanish football specialists. However we do not provide LaLiga betting tips and we do not guarantee any profits should you be using our predictions to bet on games. If you’re betting on Spanish football, make sure you do so responsibly, respect your local laws and never stake more than you can afford to lose. BeGambleAware has some sound advice on the dangers of gambling and how to bet safely.
For the latest sign-up offers and reviews for the best betting sites in a range of countries, head over to:
A look back on all the results, key stats, xG, team of the week and more from the previous gameweek in LaLiga. Catch up with the latest action and find out which players and teams are putting up impressive numbers.
This season we featured more Fantasy Football content on LLE. We have a dedicated section which offers tips, ideas and strategy guides for Sorare – an official fantasy football partner of LaLiga. You can read our Sorare review to learn more about it.
The 2021/22 season brought big changes for many LaLiga fans around the world with coverage moving to new broadcasters in a number of regions. That included a big change in the USA, where ESPN signed a seven year deal to screen live LaLiga games. Here are some of the main places where you can watch English language coverage of LaLiga:
|Premier Sports (LaLigaTV)||UK, Ireland|
|beIN Sports||Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia|
|MTV, Voot||Indian Subcontinent including India, Bangladesh, Pakistan & Sri Lanka|
|SuperSport, Star Times||Most of sub-Saharan Africa including Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania & Zambia|
League standings via scoreaxis.com.