Liverpool Trophy Multiples*
|Outcome||Odds (Click to bet)||Bet with|
|Liverpool to win the Premier League||11/4||Paddy Power|
|Liverpool to win the Champions League||11/2||BetVictor|
|Liverpool to win the FA Cup||8/1||Bet365|
|Liverpool to do Premier League and Champions League Double||22/1||Betfair|
|Liverpool to do Premier League and FA Cup Double||25/1||Betfair|
|Liverpool to win the Champions League and FA Cup||40/1||Betfair|
|Liverpool to do Premier League, Champions League & FA Cup Treble||100/1||Bet365|
*Odds correct as of 4pm, January 15, 2021
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It’s been the strangest of seasons considering that spectators have barely been able to attend any of the matches, while the COVID-19 pandemic has affected fixture scheduling like never before. Liverpool themselves have also had to deal with a number of injuries to key players and they’re currently soldiering on without the indomitable Virgil van Dijk.
It’s very much the case that Liverpool FC could end the season with anything between zero and three pieces of silverware, with Klopp having to now juggle the squad in a bid to challenge hard for all the remaining trophies on the table and a lot will be decided in the coming weeks for the Merseyside club.
Can Liverpool Fend Off Manchester Clubs and Defend EPL Title?
Thirty years was a terribly long wait for Liverpool FC supporters and they’ll be hoping that league titles are like buses in the sense that several come along at once. However, the Reds have not one but two Manchester clubs who are currently battling it out with them at the top of the Premier League table.
It’s little surprise that Manchester City are in the mix considering that Pep Guardiola’s side were consecutive champions of England in 2018 and 2019, with the Spaniard determined for his side to regain their Premier League crown and they’re currently bookmaker favourites to land the spoils.
However, Manchester United’s presence at the top of the table in January 2021 suggests that the Red Devils are viable contenders to be champions for the first time since 2013, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer having withstood plenty of criticism to steer the team in the right direction up the table.
At the time of writing, Liverpool are second favourites to enjoy back-to-back title successes and the wheels have slightly fallen off in recent weeks after dropping points against West Brom, Newcastle and Southampton, with the bookies confident enough to quote 3/1 about the Reds finishing above their title rivals.
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Manchester United Also Loom Large For Liverpool in FA Cup
Liverpool have regularly come a cropper in the FA Cup due to fielding weakened teams in the competition and it was something of a surprise that Jurgen Klopp put out a strong team for his team’s third round clash at Villa Park, especially as the Merseyside outfit were facing a youthful team due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Perhaps this suggests that a concerted FA Cup campaign is going to take place and Liverpool are currently trading as the 8/1 fourth favourites with Bet365 to win this trophy for the first time since 2006 and the eighth occasion in their history. It certainly presents an opportunity to land silverware should all else fail.
However, the draw has been far from kind when it comes to the fourth round, with Liverpool sent to Old Trafford for the tie of the round and it will be interesting to see how both of these north-west giants approach the encounter, with the supporters wanting to see strong Starting 11’s on both sides.
Manchester City appear to be the team to beat in the FA Cup this season and they have been handed a virtual gimme through to the last eight after the fourth and fifth round draws were made in advance, while Chelsea, Tottenham and holders Arsenal remain in the competition and there are going to be some big clashes along the way.
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Liverpool Third Favourites to Win This Season’s Champions League
The UEFA Champions League will start back up in a matter of weeks, with 16 teams left standing and the best clubs from across Europe will now battle it out in the knockout phase for the overall prize of being crowned kings of the continent.
On Tuesday 16 February, Liverpool will head to Germany to clash with Leipzig in part one of a double header, with the English champions trading as fairly heavy favourites to win this particular showdown, although there are some other excellent teams still in this competition who could stand in their way.
Klopp will hope lessons are learned after the Reds bowed out of the European Cup in dramatic fashion against Atletico Madrid last term and the match at the Red Bull Arena could be a tricky ordeal when you consider that Leipzig got the better of Manchester United in a winner-takes-all group clash.
Liverpool will want to get an away goal on the board in this first leg clash against Julian Nagelsmann’s side, hoping for the sort of safe passage that could then see them clash with a leading team such as Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Juventus.
Some of the Reds’ fantastic European performances have been achieved at a cauldron-like Anfield, with the comeback against Barcelona in 2019 particularly notable and it could be a telling factor should Klopp’s side find the need to rally against one of the other big teams on the continent.
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Liverpool Long Odds To Land Domestic Double
Liverpool certainly have a realistic chance of winning all three pieces of silverware this season even if they’re not in the same position as the previous campaign where the Reds were firmly in the box seat to become champions of England after establishing a substantial points advantage over Manchester City and the other chasing teams.
It’s safe to say that nothing is remotely in the bag at this juncture, with a Premier League clash against Manchester United looming large, while the same opponents await in the FA Cup and these two matches will clearly have an enormous bearing on the outcome of Liverpool FC’s 2020/21 season.
Bet365 have 20/1 that Liverpool win the Premier League and FA Cup which they have only managed to do once in their history when Kenny Dalglish steered them to a dual success in the 1985/86 season and it would certainly represent an excellent outcome to a campaign which has been testing since Leeds came to Anfield and pushed the Reds close on the opening weekend.
Indeed, there have been several bad moments including that 7-2 thrashing at the hands of Aston Villa which brought Liverpool’s post-lockdown form into sharp focus, while the absence of key players such as Van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Diogo Jota have really denied the Reds any kind of stability or squad rotation.
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Can Liverpool Still Achieve a Dream Season and Land 100/1 Treble?
Liverpool FC have achieved two trebles during their long and illustrious history although neither comprised the Premier League, FA Cup and European Cup. In the 1983-84 campaign, Bob Paisley engineered a domestic league and European Cup success along with the League Cup.
Similarly, the late Gerard Houllier steered the Reds to a treble victory in the 2000/01 season when landing the domestic cups along with a UEFA Cup success, although the current Liverpool team are now competing with teams like Atletico Madrid rather than Alaves.
Top bookies are happy to chalk up a massive 100/1 about Liverpool having what would be their most successful season of all time, with Klopp’s side having to negotiate a series of important tests on a weekly basis. Naturally, when it comes to the FA Cup, all games are one-offs and so it’s winner-takes-all starting with the fourth round clash against Manchester United.
Similarly, Liverpool were eliminated by Atletico Madrid in last season’s Champions League shortly before lockdown came into the United Kingdom and there is no hiding place in this competition, while the Merseyside club need to start winning games repetitively in the Premier League.
What will make all the recent dropped EPL points all the more galling to Klopp is the fact that they thrashed Crystal Palace 7-0 at Selhurst Park shortly before Christmas and have subsequently struggled to make an impact against modest opposition, although we have seen this team achieve huge points totals in the Premier League over the past two seasons.
Bookies Expect Liverpool to Not Win a Major Trophy
The bad news for Liverpool FC supporters is that the club are statistically less likely to win a major piece of silverware this season than actually get at least one trophy in the cabinet. While the betting odds are never conclusive on this matter, Bet365 have chalked up 4/7 about the Reds not winning silverware during the 2020/21 campaign and that would be regarded as a failed season.
It certainly appears as though injuries have taken their toll and the club’s away form has been decidedly sketchy since the back end of the previous season when they were already coasting towards a domestic title. The centre back position has been particularly problematic considering that Joel Matip was already injury-prone as a back-up in this area.
However, there isn’t much between the “No” and “Yes” options when it comes to Liverpool FC winning a major trophy and the bookies have chalked up 5/4 about the fans having something to celebrate when all is said and done. Indeed, elimination from a competition like the Champions League could see Liverpool go all out to challenge for the FA Cup.
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Liverpool to Win Premier League and Champions League?
Jurgen Klopp has certainly got the recent blueprint when it comes to both of these competitions, with his team landing the English Premier League title in 2020 a season after they produced the goods to land their sixth European Cup in 2019 when beating Tottenham Hotspur in the final after a remarkable comeback against Barcelona.
One feels as though Klopp is prepared to throw a team under a bus when it comes to the FA Cup if it means continued success elsewhere and there’s little surprise to find that the Premier League and Champions League take joint-priority for a German who will want to establish a strong legacy at Anfield.
Some Liverpool FC supporters might fancy having a bang on the 16/1 about a Premier League and Champions League double and they are likely to get plenty of mileage when it comes to this price, with the odds shortening with every victory that is achieved in each competition.
Klopp’s Team 33/1 to Secure a Cup Double This Season
Liverpool FC have never won the FA Cup and European Cup during the same season in their long history, although perhaps this could be a viable route for the Reds should they lose touch with the leading teams at the top of the Premier League and it’s clear that Manchester City are the side to beat in the eyes of the bookies.
Therefore, it’s completely plausible that the Reds simply make sure they do enough to land a top four spot in the English top flight this season while aiming to land the FA Cup at Wembley Stadium and also challenge hard in the Champions League. A dual cup success would be a perfect tribute to the achievements of the recently passed Gerard Houllier and what he managed to engineer in 2001.
Ultimately, Klopp has always been good at preparing teams for knockout cup competitions and that was in evidence during his time at Borussia Dortmund, while Liverpool have also reaped the benefits of his attacking tactics when it has come to challenging for silverware and we shouldn’t forget that the German steered the Reds to unsuccessful Champions League and Europa League finals.
The bookies will continue to update their Liverpool FC Multiple Trophies betting markets with the passing of each game and it will be interesting to see how the prices change as we continue through the 2020/21 season.