¿Who will win LaLiga? In the year of the coronavirus, the season 2020-2021 in the First Division continues its course. After one of the most atypical markets in history that are remembered, hardly any major operations in Spanish clubs, the ball rolled again and is on its way to reaching a significant part of the competition. A league, which seems to have lost potential compared to others from the old European continent.
Who will win LaLiga 2020-21?
Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Atlético started as the main favorites in the fight for the title of LaLiga but if something has left us the first months of competition, there are a few surprises along the way and the odd surprise candidate.
The main houses of online games they were betting on Real Madrid, which was a priori the great favorite ahead, even, of the Ronald Koeman's FC Barcelona. The team led by Zinedine Zidane was the one that returned the best after resuming the competition after the stoppage due to the coronavirus. He kept the block that led him to win LaLiga last year but nevertheless, can't keep a regular line.
The Barça after the mess Messi, and finally stay in Argentine although with little hope of renewing his contract, begins a season that seems to be transitional with Koeman. Few signings, a delicate economic situation and a social situation almost the same or worse with the resignation of Bartomeu and an election in sight, They make the situation of the culés not the best that is remembered. Even so, Barça is always Barça.
Atlético de Madrid and Sevilla try to compete with the two giants. The Cholo Simeone set, third in recent years, has what is possibly the best squad in the championship, at least the most balanced. In fact, the colchoneros are much more favorite to win the tournament than in other years.
The Seville of Monchi and Lopetegui, after winning the Europa League again, he tries to close the gap with the three clubs that precede him. The Seville club qualified again for the Champions League and by squad and resources, has the ability to go very far despite having an uneven start.
What other teams aspire to be at the top?
A team that attracts a lot of attention and in which there is great hope in this 2020-2021 it's Villarreal CF. The Yellow Submarine directed by Unai Emery was the club that best strengthened itself in the strangest transfer market that is remembered in the middle of the pandemic. The people of Castellón closed incorporations such as Dani Parejo, Coquelin, Cuba or Estupiñán (the latter in exchange for 15 millions of euros, which made him the most expensive signing in the history of the club chaired by Fernando Roig).
Another that promises a lot of war is Real Sociedad who apart from having talented players in their ranks and despite having lost Odegaard after his return to Real Madrid, still have enough resources to stand up. In fact in the first section he has been flirting with the leadership of the classification.
Who will be the surprise of the League 2020-21?
There is no doubt that the surprise of the season 2019-20 it was the Granada, who after the stoppage due to the Coronavirus crisis, managed to reach seventh place that gave him access to play for the first time in its history in a European competition. In this case the Europa League. The Nasrid team seems that this season is still solid so perhaps it has already lost its ‘status’ for surprise.
Cádiz started the season like a missile after ascending from second, getting something as complicated as winning their first 4 away games and also, without conceding any goal away. His good start suggests that he can get the revelation team tag. A priori came out as one of the relegation candidates and the season is very long but it is a team that is leaving very good feelings.
Real Betis also started with good numbers but it seems that little by little it has been diluted. While other classics such as Valencia and Athletic Bilbao are neither there nor expected and are even candidates to fight for permanence. Each one for their circumstances, especially Valencia, which has sold practically all its staff and has not incorporated anyone. They paint things badly for Mestalla on a social level, economic and sports.
But without hesitation, the season 2020-2021 unfortunately again marked by the absence of spectators in the stands. You have to wait to know when fans can return to the stadiums. The team that best knows how to adapt to these new conditions and to this situation will have a lot of cattle. Obviously though, football without spectators loses a lot, very much.