Can Manchester City Win the Quadruple? Here’s the Odds

After becoming the first English team to win the domestic treble in 2018/19, Manchester City are on the right track to better that feat in 2020/21. The Citizens are already in April's League Cup final and are both favourites for the Premier League title and the FA Cup, while they also figure high in the Champions League outright market. We take a look at the best odds available about Pep Guardiola's side winning multiple trophies again this season.

Can Manchester City Win the Quadruple? Here’s the Odds

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

TipOddsBet with
Man City to win 2020/21 Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup & League Cup55/1William Hill
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League, Premier League & FA Cup35/1William Hill
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League, FA Cup & League Cup25/1Bet365
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League & FA Cup14/1Paddy Power
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League, Premier League & League Cup11/1William Hill
Man City to win the 2020/21 Premier League, FA Cup & League Cup7/1Paddy Power
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League & Premier League13/2Paddy Power
Man City to win the 2020/21 Premier League & FA Cup6/1Bet365
Man City to win the 2020/21 Champions League & League Cup5/1Bet365

*Odds up to date as of 8th January 2021

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Manchester City have become serial trophy winners under Pep Guardiola. After the Spaniard failed to land any silverware during his first season in charge at the Etihad Stadium, he has since steered the Citizens to six competition successes (eight if you include the two Community Shield triumphs).

During the 2017/18 season, City became champions of England and they were also able to land a domestic cup success in the form of the EFL Cup. A year later and the players were parading three trophies, with the Premier League crown secured for a second consecutive season along with the FA Cup and EFL Cup.

Having only won one trophy last season - the EFL Cup again - the big question now is whether Manchester City can go one better than their historic 2017/18 season by announcing themselves on the European stage and winning the Champions League for the first time. The best bookmakers currently think there’s a 1.8% chance of a City quadruple, with William Hill offering 55/1 odds, although that price could shorten as the campaign continues.

City Among Champions League Favourites

Pep Guardiola likes to sarcastically describe himself as a “Champions League failure” in English press conferences, alluding to the fact that Manchester City have not yet won the European Cup since he became manager.

However, he has tasted success in this competition before, with Barcelona lifting the enormous trophy in 2009 and 2011 while he was in charge and his City team head in to the knockout stages of the 2020/21 competition as second favourites to finally become champions of Europe. Only reigning champions Bayern Munich (11/4) are given a better chance of winning this year's tournament.

City are currently trading at 7/2 with William Hill to win this competition, with the Citizens being handed a favourable last-16 tie against Bundesliga side Borussia Mönchengladbach. As you might expect, they are strong favourites to make it to the last eight

However, the bottom line is that Manchester City have never been beyond the quarter-final stage of the Champions League under Guardiola. Monaco thwarted them at the last sixteen phase three years ago, while Liverpool and Tottenham have provided an insurmountable obstacle in the quarter-finals for two of the previous three seasons. Last season was arguably the biggest disappointment though as Lyon knocked City out at the last eight stage, against all odds.

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Manchester City 13/2 for Premier League and Champions League Double

While the prospect of winning a historic quadruple looks to be a tall order at the current odds of 55/1, there appears to be a more definite prospect of Manchester City becoming champions of England again and Europe in the same season. Paddy Power are currently offering 13/2 that the Premier League and Champions League are won this season.

Despite a slow start to their Premier League campaign, City are now playing their best football this season with Rúben Dias adding some much-needed steel at the back while goals have been coming from all areas of the field in the frequent absence of both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus. With their two main strikers still working their way back to full fitness, it seems as though Guardiola's side can only get stronger.

As such, they're back on top of the outright betting in the Premier League having previously lost favourtism to reigning champions Liverpool, whose form has dipped simultaneously with City's peak. Mind you, it's not only a two-horse race this year, with Manchester United very much in the hunt as things stand, while Tottenham and Leicester also have realistic title aspirations in a season that many punters feel could well produce a surprise winner.

Pep’s Men 9/2 for Domestic Cup Double

Manchester City aren’t just bidding for a third Premier League title under Guardiola. They’re also looking to secure an EFL Cup four-timer after triumphing at Wembley in this competition over the past three seasons.

They're already in this season's final where they'll play Tottenham - but the 2020/21 showpiece has been pushed back to April 25 rather than the traditional late February date in the hope that fans will be allowed to attend the decider, which City are 2/5 to win with Paddy Power.

Meanwhile, City are renowned for being handed 'easy' ties in the FA Cup. Indeed, they infamously won the 2018/19 FA Cup without facing a serious test as they were drawn against just two Premier League sides - Burnley and Brighton - on their way to the final, where they ended up beating Watford 6-0.

Last season, Pep’s men were unable to retain the FA Cup as they ran in to Arsenal in the semis but you can currently get 9/2 with Paddy Power that Manchester City are winners of the two domestic cup competitions this season.

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City 25/1 to Land the Cup Treble

There’s more than one way to land a treble. While Manchester City enjoyed triumphs in the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup two seasons ago, perhaps this season’s treble success will come by winning the latter two competitions along with the Champions League.

Guardiola is now into his fifth season at the Etihad Stadium and, while he will desperately want to reinstate his team as top dogs in England, would the Spaniard sacrifice the Premier League title if it meant that the Citizens would be crowned as kings of Europe?

He must have envied Liverpool in 2019 as the Reds triumphed under Jurgen Klopp, which surely galvanised the Merseyside team to end their league drought of thirty years by finally becoming champions of England last season, something that had eluded them since 1990.

If you think that Manchester City are nailed on to land the FA Cup and EFL Cup and want to essentially get a price boost on them winning the Champions League as a result, then 25/1 with Bet365 could be right up your street. There aren’t going to be many English teams who can beat them in a one-off match.

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Could Bayern or Liverpool Stand in City’s Way?

If Manchester City are going to oblige at 55/1 and win a hallowed quadruple this season, then the Champions League clearly represents the most difficult assignment. While the north-west giants are the second favourites to win the European Cup, odds of 9/2 indicates that they’re regarded as unlikely winners against the field.

Much depends on the draw from the last eight stage onwards, with Bayern, Liverpool and Real Madrid among those teams potentially waiting in the wings should they pass their Mönchengladbach test. There are also likely to be threats from Italy and France in the form of Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, especially as those teams usually have their domestic leagues sewn up well before the end of the season. That said, Juventus are struggling in Serie A this term.

Guardiola might prefer to avoid English opposition in the Champions League considering that the two previous occasions he's been drawn in an all-England European Cup tie have seen Liverpool and Tottenham force them out of the competition. There’s something tricky about facing a team from your own country in European competition, with Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino, who is now in charge of PSG, able to mastermind successes of their own.

Manchester City Nailed On to Win Silverware Again

It would be a major surprise if Manchester City won no trophies this season. They are competing on four different fronts and appear to have plenty of strength in depth as usual. Ferran Torres has added another dimension in attack, while Sterling, De Bruyne and Foden look razor-sharp of late.

Bet365 trade 1/10 about City lifting at least one piece of silverware this term. It could be just the EFL Cup and you would win with this bet, although these odds illustrate what a powerhouse the club have become as the team bid to be reckoned as one of the best in English football history.

It seems implausible that Manchester City will be denied multiple pieces of silverware, with Paddy Power offering 5/1 on no silverware and that would mean some serious soul-searching at the Etihad Stadium would take place.