La Liga is one of the most competitive leagues in Europe. What has made the competition stiff are the creative players signed by each club over the years. Football analysts 90Min gave a prediction of the 2022/2023 La Liga season that is set to begin on 12th August 2022.
Barcelona is the club that could win the La Liga tittle during the season. They have made great signings in the 2022 summer transfer window which makes them more prepared to win the tittle compared to other clubs.
The 2021/2022 La Liga winners Real Madrid has been predicted to finish second place in the new season. Atletico Madrid and Real Betis could qualify for the UEFA Champions League by finishing in the third and fourth position.
Newly promoted clubs Real Valladolid, Almeria and Girona have been predicted to stay in La Liga at the end of the season except for Almeria who have been predicted to finish in position 19.
Here is the prediction for the 2022/2023 La Liga table.
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