Liverpool Quadruple Odds: Can Liverpool Win All Four Trophies This Season?
Liverpool endured a disappointing season last time out but the best betting sites anticipate a more successful campaign at Anfield this time around.
Jurgen Klopp’s side finished fifth in the Premier League in 2022/23, while they were eliminated from the Champions League by Real Madrid in the round of 16.
The Reds also fell short in both the FA Cup and the EFL Cup, crashing out in the fourth round of both competitions.
Liverpool will be aiming to pick up at least one trophy this term, but what are the chances of them lifting more than one piece of silverware?
Let’s take a look at the latest odds with football betting sites, before we dig deeper into Liverpool’s standing in all four tournaments.
Premier League Top Target For Klopp’s ide
Liverpool have only won the title once in the Premier League era. That success came in the coronavirus-impacted season of 2019/20, so the club’s supporters will be desperate to see their team lift the trophy inside a packed Anfield.
It is Klopp’s misfortune that his time in England has coincided with Pep Guardiola’s. Without the Catalan leading Manchester City, Liverpool would surely have won more titles than they have.
The Reds have pushed City close in the past and they will aim to be their main challengers once again this campaign.
A midfield rebuild over the summer has boosted hopes that Liverpool can indeed go toe-to-toe with the reigning champions. Klopp himself looks re-energised and Mohamed Salah remains in Merseyside despite strong links with Saudi Arabia’s Pro League.
The most likely double in the bookies' eyes is that of Premier League and Europa League, a combination which is priced at 25/1 by Bet365.
Liverpool begin as Europa League favourites
Liverpool are the favourites to win the Europa League this season.
They are the strongest team currently in the competition and should make relatively light work of a group containing LASK, Toulouse and Union Saint-Gilloise.
There are two main question marks over their prospects, though. One is whether Klopp will sacrifice the tournament if his team are going strong in the Premier League in the second half of the season.
The other is that we do not yet know which sides will drop out of the Champions League and into the Europa League after Christmas.
We could see some excellent teams relegated to the latter competition, which would make Liverpool’s task tougher.
Still, no one will want to face Klopp’s men in the Europa League. If they take it seriously, Liverpool will be tough to beat.
FA Cup Has Lost Prestige But Remains A Real Objective
The FA Cup is not as big a deal as it once was, but that does not mean the big clubs do not want to win it.
Liverpool were themselves delighted to lift the trophy in 2022 courtesy of a penalty shoot-out victory over Chelsea following a 0-0 draw.
That was the first time since 2006 that Liverpool had gone all the way in the oldest cup competition in the world.
The FA Cup is a difficult competition to predict, though. While it is already under way, the Premier League teams do not enter until January and it is hard to know what state they will be in at that point.
Much depends on the draw too. Chelsea, for instance, were paired with Manchester City in the third round last season, while Arsenal had to face Guardiola’s side in the fourth round. Needless to say, their outright odds lengthened after that draw was made.
EFL Cup’s Early Finish Could Do Liverpool A Favour
Some managers of the top Premier League teams prefer the EFL Cup to the FA Cup.
That is largely because the bulk of the tournament is finished by January, with the final then held in late February or early March.
Liverpool are the most successful club in the history of this competition and they are one triumph away from getting into double figures.