For the 2023/24 season, we’ll have more LaLiga predictions, previews and analysis. From the big guns to the basement boys, we’ve got the Spanish top flight covered. This page will be updated each week for each new LaLiga matchday.
Please note that our LaLiga score predictions, although written by Spanish football specialists, are not intended to be LaLiga betting tips. We do not guarantee any profits should you be using our score predictions to bet on games. If you’re betting on Spanish football, make sure you do so responsibly 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.
Matchday 15 – LaLiga Predictions
Wednesday November 29th 2023
21:00 – Mallorca 1-0 Cadiz
(rearranged game from matchday 13)
Friday December 1st 2023
21:00 – Las Palmas vs Getafe
Saturday December 2nd 2023
14:00 – Girona vs Valencia
16:15 – Athletic Club vs Rayo Vallecano
18:30 – Real Madrid vs Granada
21:00 – Osasuna vs Real Sociedad
Sunday December 3rd 2023
14:00 – Mallorca vs Alaves
16:15 – Almeria vs Real Betis
18:30 – Sevilla vs Villarreal
21:00 – Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid
Monday December 4th 2023
21:00 – Celta Vigo vs Cadiz
You can get deeper analysis of each match, possible line ups and some reasoning for the predictions outlined above in our LaLiga matchday previews. These should be a good read for anyone looking for an overview of each weekend and what to expect in the Spanish top flight.
Unfortunately, this season we will not be offering individual LaLiga match previews. However we hope our matchday previews will still be informative and useful to our readers. They should be published on Thursdays for weekend matchdays and Mondays when there are midweek games.
You may also want to check our LALIGA HYPERMOTION predictions ahead of the next round of games if you’re following the Spanish second tier.
LaLiga 2023/24 is the 93rd edition of the Primera División with Barcelona bidding to defend the title they won last season. Real Madrid, aided by the big money signing of Jude Bellingham, are hoping to wrestle back the trophy they won in 2022 while Atleti are also hungry to challenge at the very top this season, after a strong second half of last season.
Coming up, Granada, Las Palmas and Alavés are the new boys and all three will be anticipating a struggle in what was a very tightly congested bottom half last term. There are plenty more interesting summer ins and outs and our 2023/24 LaLiga season preview looks at all 20 clubs and assesses their prospects this term.
You can also keep tabs on events across the league throughout the season in our Spanish football blog section. There are also several excellent Spanish football podcasts which will keep you in the loop with all things LaLiga.