Manchester City Treble & Quadruple Odds

Manchester City have enjoyed a blistering start to the 2017/18 season, with Pep Guardiola's side sitting top of the Premier League and they have also secured maximum points in the Champions League group stage thus far.

It appears as though Guardiola is getting things right at the Etihad Stadium during his second season in Manchester, with the Spaniard overseeing a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge where City roundly outplayed Chelsea and were deserving winners.

The bookmakers expect the Citizens to have a successful season and bet365 offer 4/6 about them winning the Premier League title, although some punters are keen to back City winning multiple trophies this season and that includes the quadruple which also includes the Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup.

Paddy Power have priced up the quadruple at odds of 325/1, with City likely to reach the business stage of the Champions League although they face suitably stiff competition when it comes to winning Europe's biggest prize. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are just some of the teams that could stand in their way.

The FA Cup and Carabao Cup could also be landed by City this term, with Guardiola having a big squad at his disposal although domestic knockout tournaments will be treated with relative disregard until the latter stages.

You can get 14/1 with Paddy Power that Manchester City win the Premier League and Champions League, while a domestic double of Premier League and FA Cup is no bigger than 7/1 with the Irish firm.

If you want to back City to land a domestic treble, you can get 50/1 although Manchester United will also fancy their chances of winning a domestic cup and Jose Mourinho also boasts a big old squad which should help the club compete on several fronts.

The City quadruple price looks pretty big for the time being, with 325/1 likely to get shorter if City manage to make it through more rounds of the EFL Cup and they look likely to win their Champions League group which would see them play a runner-up in their group.