Liverpool Quadruple Odds: Latest Betting Prices On Reds Completing Full Set

Liverpool Quadruple Odds: Latest Betting Prices On Reds Completing Full Set
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Several football betting sites are offering odds on Liverpool completing an unprecedented quadruple with Jurgen Klopp’s team still fighting on all fronts this season.

The Reds are in the hunt for what would be a remarkable four-timer, and with the League Cup and FA Cup already in the bag Liverpool are still in contention ahead of the final day in the Premier League, while they have already advanced to the Champions League final.

However, the league title race is out of the Anfield outfit's control as, should Manchester City beat Aston Villa at home in their final encounter, they will be crowned champions and put an end to Liverpool's quadruple hopes.

Nonetheless, Liverpool's 2-1 win over Southampton in their penultimate league game ensured the race will go down to the wire and their quadruple odds therefore sit at 9/1 with William Hill.

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City are a point clear at the top of the table and are also six better off in their goal difference, but they dropped points in their last outing away to West Ham, leaving the door open for Liverpool to take it to the final round.

Liverpool's best hope is to win their final league game against Wolves at home on Sunday and pray that Villa - managed by Anfield icon Steven Gerrard - can do them a favour by taking points off City.

BetVictor now go 6/1 on a Liverpool quadruple, while 888 and Bet365 are offering 8/1, making William Hill's 9/1 the best price available on the market.

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Remarkably, Bet365 were offering 1500/1 on a Liverpool quadruple at the beginning of the season and have 'hundreds' of punters with bets already placed at those odds.

Meanwhile, Betfair also have punters set to win big if Liverpool pull off the unthinkable, with one customer yet to cash out on a £22k offer off a £100 bet placed last August.

The brave bettor would take home £367,200 if the cash out option is neglected and Liverpool go on to complete the quadruple.

The Premier League may be out of their own hands, but Liverpool remain well-placed to complete a cup treble of League Cup, FA Cup and Champions League, a multiple which can still be backed at 1/2.

Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties in the FA Cup final on Saturday, another giant step taken in their quadruple quest, but there was little time to savour the Wembley win and Klopp felt the need to make nine changes for the Southampton game on Tuesday night.

The gamble paid off as the Reds took all three points, but now their attention will turn to Wolves on Sunday with most UK bookmakers offering around 1/5 on a Liverpool win.

Later this month, Liverpool will face Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Paris, a repeat of the 2018 final which the La Liga side won 3-1. It is also a repeat of the 1981 final, which Liverpool won 1-0 - a game which also took place in Paris.

Madrid reached the final in extraordinary circumstances, scoring two late goals to even up their tie with Man City before completing the turnaround in extra-time. It was the third odds-defying performace in succession for a Madrid side who refuse to accept when they are beaten.

When the two sides met in the 2018 final, Madrid were the favourites with bookies in their Champions League betting offers, but the shoe is on the other foot this time around with most betting sites going around 8/15 on Liverpool lifting the trophy.

However, before they can think about the Champions League final on May 28, Liverpool must see out their gruelling title race with City.

Despite dropping points at West Ham, Pep Guardiola's side are around 1/7 with most betting sites to retain their title, which looks like the most likely obstacle to Liverpool completing the quadruple.

Having finished third last season, Liverpool’s odds to win the league at the start of the campaign were around the 6/1 mark in the Premier League betting odds, with City and Chelsea originally leading the market.

By mid-January, Liverpool were out as far as 14/1 with BetVictor after a rocky Christmas and New Year period, but a fine string of results since then has helped them make an enthralling title race out of what had at one stage looked like another stroll for City.