Barcelona won the 2018-19 La Liga for the second time in a row. On Saturday 25 they face Valencia in the Spanish Cup final. Current Copa del Rey predictions put the blaugranas as the favourites to win the trophy.

There's no soccer like Spanish soccer, and La Liga showcases some of the biggest teams in the world on a weekly basis. Featuring 13-time Champions League winners Real Madrid and Leo Messi's Barcelona, it's easy to see why many rate this the best league in the world.

Barcelona are the defending champions of la Liga Española, and have managed the feat seven times in the last ten attempts. The other winners in that time have been Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid, and you have to go back to 2003/04 to find a winner other than the big three - Valencia won the title that season.

Camp Nou - FC Barcelona

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La Liga Standings

Rodrygo Valencia La Liga

Barcelona are once again the team to beat as we enter the second half of the La Liga season. The La Liga Table shows that Barca are five points clear at the top after 20 games, and they currently hold a ten point lead over rivals Real Madrid.

Atletico Madrid are certainly in the hunt, sitting pretty in second place and with just one loss in the league this season. If they can remain within touching distance of Atletico, you can be sure that their match at Camp Nou against the league leaders will be an absolute blockbuster.

As it stands, there's plenty of water to flow under the bridge, and one shouldn't underestimate the impact that the Champions League can have on the La Liga table - injuries and fatigue become a critical factor as the season progresses, and if Barcelona want to rectify their recent Champions League form, it may come at the expense of dropping points in the league.

Whatever the result, it's going to be a fantastic climax to a great La Liga season.