Can Liverpool Win the Quadruple? Here’s the Odds

Liverpool’s 2018/19 campaign will certainly go down as a memorable and successful one, with the Reds winning the European Cup for a sixth occasion and running Manchester City close in the Premier League title race before agonisingly missing out by a solitary point.

Can Liverpool Win the Quadruple? Here’s the Odds


TipOddsBet with
Liverpool to win the quadruple400/1Paddy Power
Liverpool to win the Premier League and Champions League20/1Bet365
Liverpool to win the domestic treble125/1Betfair
Liverpool to win the Premier League5/2Bethard

Liverpool supporters have seen their team make a flying start to the 2019/20 season. Faced with Premier League clashes against Norwich City, Southampton, Arsenal and Burnley before the international break, the Merseyside team were able to come through each test with flying colours to sit proudly at the top of the table.

Thanks to Manchester City’s 2-2 draw, Liverpool have already stolen a slight match on their likely title rivals, with Jurgen Klopp’s team having amassed 97 points last season to agonisingly finish a point short of Pep Guardiola’s side although the German will be determined not to let the same thing happen again this season.

If you’re a passionate believer in Liverpool or simply want to place a bet where you’re likely to get a decent run for your money, then Paddy Power currently offer 400/1 about the Reds winning the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup this term. It might seem like a ridiculous notion although the team are likely to give a good account of themselves in each competition.

Reds Odds-On to Win a Major Trophy This Term

If talk of a historic quadruple sound a little far-fetched, then the good news for Liverpool supporters is that the Reds are currently trading at 4/5 to win at least one major piece of silverware this season. This could be retaining their Champions League, finally winning the Premier League trophy or triumphing in one of the two domestic cup competitions.

There’s little doubt that Jurgen Klopp will be prioritising the Premier League over every other tournament. If the Merseyside outfit fall short this season, it will mean a full thirty years since Liverpool were last crowned as champions of England and the former Borussia Dortmund will be desperate for that not to happen considering how close his team came last year.

A grand total of 97 points in the Premier League would nominally be ample to enjoy being crowned champions, although Liverpool fell a point short of Manchester City after the latter embarked on a fourteen-match winning run which saw them stave off the threat of their Merseyside rivals.

On the flip side, Liverpool appear to have the Champions League nailed compared to City, having reached the final of this competition on two successive occasions. They missed out in the 2018 final (beating City in the quarter-finals) before winning in 2019 and will, therefore, be defending their European title this time around.

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Liverpool 5/2 to win 2019/20 Premier League Title

Multiple trophy successes are all well and good, although Liverpool supporters want to see their team win the Premier League. It was literally a generation ago when the Merseyside team triumphed, with Kenny Dalglish steering the Reds to English championship success at the end of the 1989/90 season and many younger supporters won’t be able to remember that happening.

The good news for Liverpool - priced at 5/2 with Bethard - is that there aren’t many teams who can win the title. Indeed, the latest odds imply that the Premier League title race will be a two-horse affair at best, with third favourites Tottenham Hotspur already trading at odds of 40/1 after an indifferent start to the campaign that has seen Spurs drop seven points.

The bad news is that Klopp’s side have to find a way of overhauling a Manchester City team who are intent on making it a hat-trick of Premier League titles. Perhaps both teams will go through the 100-point barrier this time around in their quest for the championship, with Liverpool already enjoying a two-point advantage over their neighbours.

Liverpool 7/1 to Retain Champions League Crown

Last season must have been bittersweet for Liverpool supporters. Winning the 2019 Champions League final was an incredible achievement when you consider the teams who lined up in that competition from the start, while Jurgen Klopp’s side overhauling a 3-0 first-leg deficit against Barcelona was the stuff of their wildest dreams.

On the flip side, the agonising near-miss of failing to land the Premier League title must have cut deep and perhaps the supporters have to accept that they are better suited to Europe’s premier cup competition than trying to match the near-flawless Manchester City over thirty-eight games.

Liverpool are 7/1 third favourites with 888Sport to retain the European Cup and we’re expecting them to mount a big defence of this trophy, having gone deep over the past two seasons. The big question is whether Klopp will go hell for leather in the Champions League if the battle for the Premier League title is another close one!

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Reds 20/1 to Land Premier League and Champions League

It seems crazy to suggest that Liverpool have got a massive handle on the Champions League, although the past two seasons illustrate that Klopp has a very strong formula when it comes to European competition and that Anfield generates the sort of atmosphere which makes it extremely difficult for visiting teams to contend with.

Ultimately, the Reds were pretty close to landing a Premier League and Champions League double last season and Bet365 offer 20/1 about this happening for the 2019/20 campaign. Those sort of odds could take a big tumble if Liverpool were able to steal a bigger march than the current two-point gap that they enjoy over City while managing to steer themselves through to the business end of the European Cup.

Given the choice, supporters would surely prefer the chance to finally enjoy saying Liverpool are the kings of England again at long last, although Klopp might be reluctant to forsake the Champions League and there’s the advantage of that nice big break between the culmination of the group stage and the beginning of the knockout stage.

Liverpool 125/1 to Land Domestic Treble

Manchester City had that treble feeling last season when winning the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup even if the Champions League eluded them once again. Perhaps there will be a role reversal for the coming campaign, with Liverpool having a monopoly on the domestic cup competitions and the blue half of Manchester succeeding in Europe.

At present, you can get very attractive odds of 125/1 with Betfair about Liverpool claiming a domestic treble and they’ve made the strongest possible start to life in the top flight despite goalkeeper Alisson Becker sustaining an injury during the opener against Norwich City.

As far as the cup competitions are concerned, Liverpool head to MK Dons in the third round of the EFL Cup where they should make further progress, while there’s nothing to suggest that the Reds can’t go deep in the FA Cup despite being beaten at Molineux in the third round last year.

Jurgen Klopp will have considered the draw to be an unfortunate one last term and the timing of the third round matches comes straight after a hectic Premier League fixture schedule which means that teams such as Liverpool have to give key players a rest and hope that fringe members of the squad can produce quality performances.

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FA Cup and EFL Cup Double Trading at 40/1

Liverpool were beaten by an Eden Hazard-inspired Chelsea in the EFL Cup last season and that was another situation where the Reds will have felt that the draw hadn’t been particularly kind to them, especially with Manchester City being handed draws such as Burton Albion at the semi-final stage of the same competition.

Perhaps the shoe will be on the other foot this time around, with the some of the best bookies currently offering 40/1 that Liverpool win both the FA Cup and EFL Cup as part of their season. Supporters always enjoy a trip to Wembley Stadium and the Reds would be strong favourites to win a final unless they were pitted against Manchester City on either occasion.

We can almost take it as read that Liverpool will be in the last sixteen of the EFL Cup this season, while an easier third round draw in the FA Cup should ensure that the big guns will be available for a fourth-round encounter later in January where the only worry will be avoiding a Manchester City team who claimed a domestic treble last term.

Liverpool Even Money to Not Win a Trophy

While the Reds have the Super Cup already in the bag this season, supporters certainly wouldn’t regard this as a major competition success considering it merely involved beating Chelsea in a one-off match. Fans will be hoping by the end of the season that their team is able to win more meaningful pieces of silverware.

However, the bookmakers don’t think it’s certain that there will be an open-top bus parade in the city of Liverpool this time around. With the Reds trading as second or third favourites to win the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and Champions League, there’s a very real chance that the Merseyside outfit could be potless come the end of the campaign.

Betfair have it priced at EVS that Liverpool are left to lick their wounds after missing out on all four targets, with Klopp hoping that this is finally the season where the supporters can enjoy that winning feeling in the Premier League and end thirty years of hurt.