Arsenal Quadruple Odds: Bookies Taking Bets On Gunners Winning Full Set This Season
Following an impressive season in 2022/23, football betting sites have posed the question as to whether Mikel Arteta can achieve the unthinkable with his Arsenal side and win the quadruple for the first time in the club's history.
The Gunners have never surpassed a double when it comes to trophies - which they have achieved on three occasions, winning the Premier League and FA Cup in 1971, 1993 and most recently 2002.
The obvious challengers for Arsenal come in the form of City, who have won five of the last six league titles on offer and will be looking towards a quadruple of their own following last season's emphatic treble.
Despite failing to hold on to an eight-point lead in the Premier League the Gunners had in March of last term, Mikel Arteta will feel his squad is better equipped than ever to battle it out in all four major competitions.
The Champions League has always evaded the north London outfit and with Arsenal returning to the competition for the first time since 2016/17, Arteta enters all four competitions for the first time as a manager.
Can Arsenal challenge for all four trophies in 2023/24? Let's have a look in more detail.
Arsenal Urge To Overcome Premier League Drought
Arsenal haven't won the Premier League since their 2003/04 campaign, securing the title without defeat for the entirety of the 38-game season, an 'invincible' feat no other side has achieved.
The Gunners looked to be finally ending their drought of a top flight title when they had a seemingly unassailable eight-point lead heading into the final two months of the season, and the best betting sites had Arteta's men as 8/11 odds-on favourites to see out the remainder.
Arsenal were top of the league from gameweek three onwards, until an inspired Manchester City side conjured up an inhumane run of 11 straight wins, overtaking the Gunners at the death.
Liverpool have started the new season in unbeaten fashion and look to have a new lease of life having been able to retain Mohamed Salah's services amid interest from Saudi Arabia.
Jurgen Klopp will fancy his side to repeat their 2020 heroics that saw them win their first league title since 1990.
The Merseyside outfit have never been short of European success and are the second most decorated side behind Real Madrid when it comes to the Champions League.
But with them failing to qualify for this year's competition, it could leave the door open for Arsenal to make a surge for their first.
North London rivals Tottenham appear to provide the most threat so far, and despite losing captain Harry Kane in the summer, his loss appears to have been expunged rapidly by his counterparts.
The plethora of talent recruited by Spurs in pre-season has been enough to challenge at the top of the ladder in the early stages of the campaign, but Arsenal themselves know how much a toll the Premier League takes.
Domestic Triumphs Well Within Arteta's Grasp
Arsenal are 50/1 with BetVictor to pair the Premier League title with either the FA Cup or EFL Cup, while a domestic clean sweep is also available at odds of 500/1 with bookmakers.
The Gunners are the most successful team in FA Cup history, winning the trophy 14 times in total, with four coming in the last decade.
The acquisitions of Declan Rice, Jurien Timber and Kai Havertz allows Arteta to rotate his lineups in domestic competitions, with a potentially much less adverse effect in the typically less desired competitions.
Arsenal lost to eventual winners Manchester City in last year's FA Cup, and if they manage to avoid the animal that is Pep Guardiola's side this time around, it could be a 15th title for the London club.
Arteta managed to defeat City in the Community Shield at the start of this campaign and already has the edge over his former boss.
Should Arsenal be able to battle through the one-legged affairs that the early rounds of both cup competitions offer, you'd have to fancy them against any side over two legs this season.
The idea that City aren't as hungry for success following last season's haul could work in Arsenla's favour, twinned with Liverpool not looking the same side after winning the evasive Premier League title.
Now could be the perfect time to strike for Arteta's men.