Man City Quadruple Odds: Bookies Taking Bets On Citizens To Win The Full Set
Betting sites have priced up Manchester City’s chances of completing an unprecedented quadruple this season with Pep Guardiola's side in formidable form.
The addition of Erling Haaland has given an already prolific team – who scored 99 goals in the Premier League alone last year – more firepower, while Argentine Julian Alvarez looks to be an exciting understudy.
As such, BetVictor are offering just 25/1 on City winning the quadruple in the 2022/23 campaign, a feat Liverpool came within a goal and a point of last season but ended up with only two of the four trophies.
Liverpool had been as long as 1500/1 to win the quadruple this time last year, but forced the price all the way down to 5/1 at one stage and there’s a feeling City could go even closer this term.
City were 55/1 to do the quadruple before a ball had been kicked this season, but as the wins and goals just keep on coming the price just keeps on coming in.
Other football betting sites have odds as high as 50/1 on a Man City quadruple, and the relatively short prices are a measure of how dominant Guardiola’s side are expected to be domestically.
Of course, the one piece of silverware missing from City’s trophy cabinet is the Champions League, but once again UK bookmakers have marked them up as favourites.
They are a best price of 9/4 in the latest Champions League betting offers, but some online betting sites go as short as 2/1 after being impressed by City's 2-1 comeback win over Borussia Dortmund in their second group game.
That’s the big one for Guardiola and City fans, and one would imagine they’d both settle for the European Cup being their only trophy this term if it meant finally cracking the continent.
Haaland Offers Fresh Hope
The addition of Haaland would appear to be the missing piece of the puzzle. The Norwegian goal machine has excelled in Europe’s elite competition, scoring 15 goals in just 13 appearances for Dortmund in the Champions League
He opened his City account in that competition with a brace on his UCL debut against Sevilla and netted the winner against his former club last time out.
He has been so prolific that online football betting sites are taking bets on how many Haaland will score for City in his first season.
Julian Alvarez will also be keen to shine this season and has shown his promise with a goal in the Community Shield, followed by a brace against Nottingham Forest. However, the 22-year-old striker can expect to play second fiddle to Haaland most of the season.
The quadruple, never before achieved by an English side, is the holy grail and with Liverpool going as close as any side has ever done before last season, City will want to prove they can get the job done.
But even Manchester United’s famous treble in 1999 is yet to be matched by another English side. Liverpool won a League Cup, First Division and European Cup treble in 1984 while City became the only English side to win all three domestic trophies in 2019.
However, neither can quite match up to United’s treble, which included the three most revered trophies in English football – the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup.
City are 12/1 to equal United’s 1999 treble achievement this season after being out at 18/1 at the start of the season, while they are 14/1 to repeat their own feat of a domestic treble.
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