Liverpool Quadruple Odds: Can Liverpool Win All Four Trophies Next Season?

Liverpool Quadruple Odds: Can Liverpool Win All Four Trophies Next Season?
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Football betting sites have handed Liverpool odds of 450/1 to succeed where they fell short last season by winning the quadruple in the upcoming 2022/23 football season.

This time last year, the Reds had been given odds of 1500/1 to win the quadruple – which would mean lifting the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup.

Remarkably, Liverpool went agonisingly close last season, winning both domestic cups before taking the Premier League title race down to the final 15 minutes of the season. They also lost the Champions League final a week later.

Completing a quadruple is so unlikely that no English team has ever managed it, but there is a growing feeling that both Liverpool and Manchester City are currently capable of creating history.

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LFC and Man City Quadruple Odds

Indeed, Pep Guardiola’s side are considered more likely to pull off the feat, with bookmakers offering just 80/1 on City completing the quadruple next season, a much shorter price than Liverpool.

Given how close they went last season, Liverpool’s quadruple odds (450/1) will no doubt appeal to many punters again this season, though they’ll have their work cut out in usurping City now that Erling Haaland is among their ranks at the Etihad.

Despite reaching three finals and narrowly missing out on the Premier League title last season, some betting sites actually go odds-on about Liverpool winning no trophies next term, with William Hill setting a price of 5/6 on the Reds going empty-handed.

Liverpool Trophy Multiples

Quadruple: UCL, PL, FA Cup, League Cup450/1William Hill
Domestic Treble: PL, FA Cup, League Cup100/1William Hill
Domestic Double: PL, FA Cup16/1William Hill
PL & UCL Double14/1William Hill
No Trophies5/6William Hill

Punters who believe Jurgen Klopp’s side will win trophies next season but think the quadruple is unrealistic have other options though. William Hill have a series of trophy multiples to bet on, with a domestic treble for Liverpool priced up at 100/1.

A Premier League and Champions League double is currently 14/1 with the same bookmaker, while the traditional ‘domestic double’ of league title and FA Cup is a 16/1 chance.

Liverpool are likely to be in direct competition with City on all fronts – not to mention other clubs – and while few onlookers have doubts about Haaland, City’s new striker, the jury is still out on Anfield’s latest arrival up front.

Nunez Still Unproven

Darwin Nunez has shown glimpses of what he can do at Champions League level, but not on the same scale as Haaland. As such, Haaland is favourite to be the Premier League’s top scorer (9/2) while Nunez is a distant 16/1.

However, online bookies still expect the Uruguayan to succeed at Anfield with Betfair going 9/4 on him to be the Reds’ top scorer next term, one of several Nunez betting specials on offer.

Should Nunez fail to replace the goals scored by Bayern Munich bound Sadio Mane, then that 5/6 for no trophies in 2022/23 might not look like such a bad bet after all.