Liverpool Trophy Multiples*
|Outcome||Odds (Click to bet)||Bet with|
|Liverpool to win the Premier League||5/1||Paddy Power|
|Liverpool to win the Champions League||8/1||BetVictor|
|Liverpool to win the FA Cup||6/1||Bet365|
|Liverpool to do Premier League and Champions League Double||33/1||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 July 12, 2021
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We might see a new-look Liverpool Football Club for the 2021/22 season, with Jurgen Klopp looking to recruit new players who can help the Reds be successful for the coming campaign, especially after being caught short on a defensive front last term, while we already know that Gini Wijnaldum has left Anfield to sign for Paris Saint-Germain.
It also appears that Klopp is rethinking his tactical approach ahead of the new campaign, with the 4-3-3 formation potentially getting a little tired and it wasn’t always the case that the attacking trident of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane were effective against stubborn opposition.
We look ahead to the new season and the Liverpool FC betting odds to see what the bookies think about their chances for the 2021/22 season, with the betting sites now pricing up the various markets about the Reds being successful.
Can Liverpool Regain Their English 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 missed out when it came to retaining their crown against Manchester City last season and it will be interesting to see whether they can occupy top spot in the Premier League table.
Manchester City are the bookmaker favourites to land the spoils next season in the Premier League, although Klopp will be targeting a concerted English title challenge after proving so successful two campaigns ago, with 5/1 representing a particularly attractive price, especially as some bookies offer each-way betting.
Most bookies have Liverpool as third favourites to win the 2021/22 Premier League title and regard Chelsea as marginally more likely to become champions next term, although much will depend on the fitness of Van Dijk for the Reds along with the recruitment plan for the summer including some extra midfield creativity.
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Can Liverpool End their FA Cup Drought?
It’s been a long while since Liverpool last won the FA Cup, with this triumph coming during the 2005/6 season and this is still an important competition for the Merseyside club despite the fact that they have protested about the fixture schedule in recent seasons which has actually led to them fielding a youthful side in this competition.
Perhaps Jurgen Klopp will want to focus on landing some silverware next term and Liverpool are among the favourites to win the FA Cup, with some serious squad depth giving them a chance to compete harder for this competition, with the Reds having failed to reach the business end of the past few renewals.
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Liverpool Third Favourites to Win This Season’s Champions League
At one stage, it looked as though Liverpool were going to miss out on their chance to qualify for this season’s Champions League, although the Reds managed to find some form as the campaign drew to a close and they can now take their usual place at the top table when it comes to UEFA club competitions.
It should be remembered that the Reds won the European Cup as recently as 2019 and Klopp is very much a cup manager who seems to excel when it comes to masterminding successes in knockout football tournaments, with the German having previously steered Borussia Dortmund to a Champions League final.
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While the bookies make Manchester City the betting favourites to win the 2021-22 Champions League, Liverpool are regarded as one of the market leaders and it’s only Manchester City and Bayern Munich who are trading at a shorter price than the Merseyside outfit which suggests that they might go deep in the competition, although it’s a big ask to reach the European Cup final and succeed.
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Can Liverpool Land Quadruple?
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.
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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 2021/22 campaign and that would be regarded as a failed season.
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.