Can Manchester City Win A Quadruple This Season?

Manchester City cannot win the EFL Cup this season after being eliminated by West Ham. However, they are favourites to win both the Premier League and Champions League. They could also go close in the FA Cup and there are betting odds of 25/1 about Pep Guardiola's side landing a historic treble.

Can Manchester City Win A Quadruple This Season?
Can Manchester City Win A Quadruple This Season?

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Man City Trophy Multiples Odds: Double, Treble & Quadruple Chances*

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Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup25/1bet365
Man City to win the 2020/21 Premier League & FA Cup11/2bet365
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League and Premier League11/2bet365
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League and FA Cup14/1bet365

*Odds up to date as of November 23, 2021


Manchester City were relatively successful during the 2020/21 season by virtue of the fact that they regained their Premier League title crown and there was also their annual EFL Cup success which means that two pieces of silverware were landed. Indeed, the north-west giant weren’t a million miles away from a historic quadruple and they could still land a treble this time around.

The bookies have now priced up their Manchester City Multiple Wins betting market where you can predict the competitions that Pep Guardiola’s side will win this season and it’s interesting to see that 25/1 is available when it comes to City winning the treble, with many punters likely to have a dabble at that price for a bit of interest in the hope that the team reach the business end of all three competitions.

City are firm favourites to retain their Premier League title and they finished a long way clear of the chasing pack last season, with the spine of the team looking very strong when you consider that Ederson will operate behind Ruben Dias and either John Stones or Aymeric Laporte, while Jack Grealish has signed for the Citizens and he could be the missing ingredient when it comes to the Champions League.

Some of the best betting apps also have betting odds available when it comes to Manchester City potentially landing a combination of silverware.


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Can Manchester City Break their Champions League Duck?

Since Pep Guardiola took charge at the Etihad Stadium, the number one aim was to land the European Cup and it’s a trophy that has so far eluded the Spaniard, although Manchester City got desperately close to a Champions League success last season and perhaps the 2021/22 campaign will be the one where the Citizens finally get over the line.

The bookies have 25/1 that we see Man City land the treble which would include the Champions League, while the English champions are favourites to win this competition and they only fell at the final hurdle last season when being beaten by a Chelsea side who executed the perfect game plan in the final.

Bet365 go 7/2 that Manchester City win next season’s Champions League which clearly implies they are less likely to triumph than be crowned kings of Europe, although they were comfortably better than the leading lights that they met en route to the 2021 Champions League final and we should expect them to be major contenders.

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Can Man City Secure a Domestic Double in 2021/22?

In the past four seasons, Manchester City have been champions of England on three occasions, with Liverpool the only team to throw a spanner in the works during the 2019/20 when the Reds raced away with the domestic crown, although the Citizens bounced back from a wobbly start last term and won the title with something to spare.

The bookies certainly anticipate more domestic dominance this time around, with City favourites to lift the Premier League trophy at the end of the season, while they are an interesting 11/2 to claim a domestic double and this is something that has previously been achieved under Guardiola.

Having been knocked out of the EFL Cup, the FA Cup is also on the cards every season thanks to the ridiculous squad depth available, while there’s every chance that City will be the team to beat when it comes to the Premier League title race.

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Man City 5/2 to Have a Potless Season

It would be a surprise if Manchester City fell short in all four competitions during the 2021/22 season, although it's fair to say that there will be stiff opposition on all fronts. After all, Chelsea under Thomas Tuchel look seriously strong and were essentially the nemesis to City in the FA Cup and Champions League last season.

When you throw into the mix the fact that Manchester United can't go another season without a trophy and that Jurgen Klopp is rethinking his tactical approach at Anfield, we might expect to see Manchester City have to work really hard in order to land any silverware this term.

There are odds of 2/1 about Manchester City actually failing to win anything next term and much comes down to whether you think the north-west side can be seriously challenged when it comes to the Premier League title, with some punters looking to oppose a team who might find it tougher going next term.