The Spanish La Liga season is heating up. Barcelona have lost Messi and scandalously sold off a host of other players. Real Madrid have brought back the head coach Carlo Ancelotti, whose appointment makes perhaps all but Gareth Bale happy. Diego Simeone is ready to fight for the Spanish League title again, which provides beneficial chances for punters on betting site www.1xbet.com/en.
Moreover, Atletico have everything they need to be stronger than they were a year ago. The bookmakers, who are no longer so skeptical of Spain’s second-placed side in the capital, understand this as well, as can be seen from the odds on the 1xBet betting site. Against this backdrop, Atletico Madrid look like a model of stability.
Atletico’s stability to check on 1xBet live events page
Back in La Liga in the early noughties, Atletico reached the top-four only once before the Simeone era and played in the Champions League. That all changed with the arrival of El Cholo as things began to take a turn for the worse. Since the 2012/13 season, Madrid have never finished below third place, with the exception of the insane 2019/20 championship, which was interrupted by a pandemic, until then you could follow the matches on 1xbet.com/en/live.
It should be pointed out that Atlético under Simeone have conceded no more than 26 goals per season in La Liga three times (under 0.7 on average per game). That’s an incredible total by any metric. That’s exactly the kind of goal conceded total the 1xBet live betting putting up for the new 2021/22 season as well.
A great transfer campaign for the Indians bet on football 1xBet
Atletico have had an exemplary transfer campaign this summer. The team retained all its leaders (Saul is gone, but he lost his place in the starting line-up a long time ago) and managed to make a number of purchases to keep in mind when you make a bet on football 1xbet.com/en/line/Football, in the midst of all the financial collapses in the world.
Simeone strengthened the positions of second goalkeeper, central midfielder and striker (Cholo was given two cool options to strengthen the attack), spending only 75 million euros:
- Rodrigo de Paul (Udinese) €30m;
- Matthäus Cunha (Hertha) – €30 million;
- Antoine Griezmann of Barcelona €10 million on loan with the right to buy;
- Benjamin Lecomte from Monaco on loan.
Let’s compare: Real Madrid – €31 million spending, Barça – not a euro cent spent (Emerson Royal is already gone), Sevilla – €38.5 million. Diego Simeone has left more on the transfer market than all three of those combined. This season, the club has every prospect of repeating its 1996 golden double, so do not miss your profit with a correct football bet on1xBet. Atletico have strengthened all the problematic positions and increased the depth of the squad.