The stage is once again set for Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool side to gun for major honours both domestically and in Europe this season.
What are the chances of Liverpool lifting some silverware this season?
Liverpool are coming off a heartbreaking 2021/22 campaign; they lost in the UEFA Champions League final, and missed out on the Premier League title by just one point.
To be fair, the Reds did win the FA Cup and League Cup last season, beating Chelsea on both occasions. Considering Jürgen Klopp’s men were a hair’s breadth away from winning the title last season, we would do well to ask: what are the Reds’ odds of hoisting the Premier League title this season?
What are Liverpool odds to win the Premier League?
5/2. Liverpool can be backed at 5/2 second favorites to win the title this season. Their odds reflect the summer spending power of Manchester City, and the fact that Sadio Mane has left for Bayern Munich.
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What are Liverpool odds to win the treble?
175/1. The treble is Liverpool winning the Premier League title and the FA Cup in England and also winning the Champions League.
Put them all into a treble type of bet and you get odds of 170/1.
What are Liverpool odds to win Champions League?
6/1. Liverpool can be backed at 6/1 to win the 2022/2023 Champions League. Last year Klopp’s men narrowly missed out in the final, with Real Madrid lifting the coveted trophy.
What are Liverpool odds to win the quadruple?
1199/1. Liverpool can be backed at a whopping price of 1199/1 to win all four major competitions this season.
The quadruple refers to the Premier League title, FA Cup and EFL Cup winners and Champions League winners.
What are the Liverpool odds to win the FA Cup?
6/1. Liverpool can be backed at 6/1 to lift the FA Cup this season. The Reds have won the FA Cup an impressive 8 times already.
First of all, we would like to point out that Liverpool are one of the most successful teams in Premier League history; with 19 league titles, only Manchester United can boast of more championships.
On that note, ‘Liverpool to win the Premier League’ pays at 5/2; only Manchester City are favoured more, which isn’t surprising considering they won four championships in the last five years.
Can Liverpool end Manchester City’s dominance in the Premier League?
Barring Manchester City, the Reds are the only other team to win the Premier League in the last five years; they’ve finished in the top 3 in all of their last four seasons, with three top 2 finishes in that stretch.
However, it’s worth noting that Liverpool have won just one league title in the last 32 years.
How will Liverpool transfers affect the team?
The departure of Sadio Mané to Bayern Munich will affect the Reds’ title hopes; Mané spent six full seasons at Anfield, scoring 90 goals in 196 total matches.
Besides Mané, other notable departures this summer include Takumi Minamino, Marko Grujić and Divock Origi.
Conversely, Liverpool have had their fair share of off-season moves so far; they brought in Darwin Nuñez from Benfica, in a deal that could go up to £85m.
The Reds have put a lot of faith in Darwin Nuñez, who is heralded as Sadio Mané’s replacement; they also strengthened their squad with the addition of Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen, and Fabio Carvalho from Fulham.
It’s also important to note that Liverpool have already won some silverware this season; they defeated Manchester City in the Community Shield, with new signing Darwin Nuñez getting on the score sheet.
Although Manchester City won four of the last five league titles, they are priced at 4/6 odds this season; those odds might be too low, considering the Citizens won the title by just a point last season.
On that note, we believe there’s a lot more value on backing Liverpool at 5/2.