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|Liverpool to treble (FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League)||33/1||Bet365|
|Liverpool to go unbeaten in the Premier League||11/2||Paddy Power|
|Liverpool to win the Premier League and Champions Leagie||9/2||Bethard|
|Liverpool to win the Premier League and FA Cup||6/1||Black Type|
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Liverpool FC 33/1 to Land Historic Treble
Liverpool’s hopes of winning this season’s EFL Cup instantly vanished the moment that Jurgen Klopp decided to prioritise the World Club Championship in December instead, with an academy side sent to Villa Park for the quarter-final clash that resulted in the Reds losing by a 4-0 scoreline.
However, the Merseyside outfit were able to become the champions of the world in Qatar and will now look to add further silverware as we head into 2020, with Liverpool looking strong when it comes to the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.
Bet365 currently offer 33/1 that the Reds land all three trophies to go with the Club World Championship silverware that is already in the cabinet at Melwood, with customers placing a few quid on the prospect that Klopp’s team make history by recording a clean sweep with the exception of the League Cup.
It’s certainly feasible that Liverpool will win the three remaining trophies up for grabs and supporters will be taking these odds in the expectation of getting a run for their money at the very least. The team are massively clear of the chasing pack in the Premier League title race, while they are reigning champions of Europe and have a winnable fourth-round clash in the FA Cup.
In addition to the 33/1 about Liverpool securing a unique treble (or quadruple) this season, you can also get odds about them securing different combinations of silverware and it looks virtually certain that the success-starved fans will finally have something to cheer about come the spring of 2020.
Will Bookies Suspend Liverpool’s Odds for Premier League?
They say there is no such thing as a dead cert, although Liverpool are surely English-champions elect after having the sort of dream-like campaign which currently has the supporters pinching themselves. It’s been thirty years since this club last won the English First Division Championship, although bet365 now make them 1/25 to claim this season’s domestic title.
Liverpool have let winning leads slip in the past, although at the time of writing, the Reds are thirteen points clear of second-placed Leicester City having played a game less than the Foxes. They’re a further point ahead of champions Manchester City and the bottom line is that Klopp’s team have only dropped two Premier League points after twenty games played.
Odds of 1/25 are clearly unbackable considering you would need to stake £100 to land yourself a £4 profit and there are probably banks who offer a similar rate of interest that is guaranteed. Who would have predicted that Manchester City would be trading at 16/1 with Bethard for a consecutive hat-trick of titles at this stage of the campaign considering they finished the last campaign with fourteen successive wins?
It seems as though the title is in the bag barring an almighty collapse and the great news for Jurgen Klopp is that his team are so far ahead in the pecking order that the German might actually be able to play weakened teams for the final few matches of the domestic campaign, thus allowing Liverpool to focus on landing the Champions League and FA Cup as well.
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Can Liverpool Go Unbeaten in the Premier League?
Older football supporters will remember the Arsenal “Invincibles” and it could be that this current Liverpool team emulates that fantastic achievement by the Gunners by going unbeaten throughout an entire Premier League campaign. The Reds have now gone past the halfway stage without a blot on their copybook and have eighteen remaining assignments in order to make history.
Klopp will argue that going unbeaten is not a priority and he would be right although the fact that the Merseyside outfit have actually won nineteen of their twenty matches suggests that the prospect of them not tasting defeat this season is a very lively prospect. Bookmaker Paddy Power currently go 11/2 about Liverpool becoming the “New Invincibles”.
The first priority will be to make sure that the Premier League title is won. After that, it’s likely that the focus will be on landing a consecutive European Cup triumph, although the possibility of becoming a legendary team to not taste defeat between August and May is clearly something that is going to appeal to the players and coaching staff alike.
A few more games without a top-flight defeat and we can expect Paddy Power to adjust those odds of 11/2, with trips to White Hart Lane and the Etihad Stadium potentially throwing a spanner in the works for a Liverpool team who have had to come from behind on a few occasions already this season.
However, the Irish firm make it a strong likelihood that Liverpool won’t taste defeat at Anfield between now and the end of the season. There have been eleven consecutive wins to date and the Reds realistically haven’t looked close to getting beaten on their own patch, with the bookies offering 1/2 that the Merseyside team are invincible in front of the Kop come May.
Reds 9/2 to Land Premier League and Champions League Double
Jurgen Klopp clearly cares about the FA Cup although not to the extent that he’s prepared to field any first-team players during the early rounds of the competition. The same can’t be said of the Premier League and Champions League where Liverpool are always at their most competitive and you can now get 9/2 that the Reds are crowned champions of England and Europe this season.
As mentioned, the top-flight crown is very nearly in the bag. A few more wins and we’ll start talking about the mathematical improbability and then certainty of any team catching them, although the European Cup is a different kettle of fish and there are lots of lively dangers that could prevent Liverpool from winning the trophy that is affectionately known as “Big Ears”.
For starters, the Reds face Atletico Madrid over two legs at the last sixteen stage of the competition, with the Spanish side a canny operator in this competition. Manager Diego Simeone will have a game plan to try and counteract the team’s English opponents and will hope that Atleti can engineer some kind of first-leg advantage at the Wanda Metropolitano before nullifying Liverpool at Anfield.
Should Klopp’s side progress to the last eight stage, they can effectively meet any of the remaining teams in the competition. That is likely to include current favourites Manchester City along with teams like Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain. All of these would represent stern opposition and perhaps City might get their revenge for that Champions League defeat two seasons ago.
Barca were also three goals to the good after their semi-final first leg clash with Liverpool last season before conspiring to lose the tie 4-3 on aggregate and the odds imply that the Reds are far more likely to fall short in Europe than they are to triumph for the second consecutive season and potentially start a legacy in the competition.
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Can Liverpool’s Youngsters Blossom in FA Cup?
Before Liverpool clashed with Everton in the recent FA Cup Merseyside derby, there was a big price move when it came to the match odds. Klopp’s decision to field a highly inexperienced team meant that the Toffees became strong favourites on the Full-Time Result market, especially as Carlo Ancelotti had achieved some fine results since taking charge of the team.
However, the Reds rode out a first-half storm and were the better team after the break, with Liverpool claiming a 1-0 victory over their rivals and they’re now into the fourth round of the competition where they will clash with Bristol City or Shrewsbury. They’re strong favourites to claim a last sixteen berth in the competition.
While Klopp won’t have identified the FA Cup as a potential target at the beginning of the season, the fact that his youngsters were able to overcome an established top-flight side and they’re likely to do the same in the next round means that perhaps a triumph in this competition is not completely out of the question.
As mentioned, the fact that Liverpool are storming clear in the Premier League title race means that the team’s German manager might start to wield some of the big guns when it comes to the latter round of the FA Cup and it’s true to say that several other leading clubs in England are fielding reserve team players for each of the encounters that come their way.
You can get 6/1 with Black Type about the Reds securing a Premier League and FA Cup double, with new signing Takumi Minamino potentially being given a run of games in the latter competition, while the likes of Curtis Jones and Pedro Chirivella will be excited at the prospect of steering the club to Wembley where they are likely to keep their places.
Liverpool Even Money to Land 100 Premier League Points
Liverpool were able to land themselves 97 points in the Premier League last season, a record total for a team finishing runner-up in the English top-flight and it appears that the Reds are on course to surpass that total this time around. At the start of the campaign, there are 114 points up for grabs and that 1-1 draw at Old Trafford means that the Merseyside outfit have a potential 112 to play for.
Liverpool’s current run rate would steer them to a total of 110 points, although Paddy Power have even money that Klopp’s team manage a century this season and it largely comes down to whether they will down tools once the Premier League title is in the bag. Remaining unbeaten doesn’t have to mean going for victory in every game and there could be some tactical selections based on the Champions League campaign.
Even so, Paddy Power have chalked up 6/5 about the Reds landing 101 points or more, while they are going 7/2 about Liverpool registering 107 or more Premier League points which would naturally allow for little margin for error between now and the end of the season.
There are several other #WhatOddsPaddy specials currently at the website and that includes the 11/10 that Liverpool FC manages at least 100 goals in the Premier League this term. They have scored 49 times in 20 matches so they would need to marginally improve their goal ratio although there’s always the prospect of the team putting several past any of their upcoming opponents.
You can also get a tempting 28/1 about Liverpool becoming “Invincibles” and champions of Europe within the space of the same season. This is one of those wagers which will shorten with the passing of every week should the Reds continue to pass each assignment and we don’t think it should be trading that big considering the current level to which the team are playing to.
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