Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool trophy multiples odds: Can Jurgen Klopp's final season end with quadruple?


With Liverpool seemingly galvanised by the impending departure of Jurgen Klopp, and already safe in the knowledge that his swan-song campaign will not end empty-handed having clinched the Carabao Cup, it feels difficult to write off their chances in any competition.

They are into the quarter-finals of the Europa League having won 11-2 on aggregate against Sparta Prague in the last 16 and now face Atalanta.

Up next in their quest for a quadruple are Manchester United in the FA Cup last eight at Old Trafford on Sunday.


Liverpool trophy multiples (odds via Sky Bet)

  • To win 2+ trophies - 4/11
  • To win 3+ trophies - 11/4
  • Liverpool to win Premier League & Europa League - 6/1
  • Liverpool to win Premier League & FA Cup - 10/1
  • Liverpool to win FA Cup & Europa League - 8/1
  • Liverpool to win Premier League, FA Cup & Europa League - 20/1
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Premier League winner (odds via Sky Bet)

  • Man City - 5/4
  • Liverpool - 2/1
  • Arsenal - 9/4

The Premier League title race looks like going right to the final day of the season, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City currently separated by just one point with 10 fixtures remaining.

  • Arsenal - 64 pts | GD: +46 | GF: 70
  • Liverpool - 64 pts | GD: +39 | GF: 65
  • Man City - 63 pts | GD: +35 | GF: 63

The market has Manchester City as clear favourites to retain the trophy, with most firms pricing Pep Guardiola's side between evens and 5/4 to become the first club in English football history to win a fourth successive title.

Liverpool are around the 2/1 mark as second favourites, with Arsenal considered the outsiders, at 9/4 or a tad shorter generally.


What does Liverpool's run-in look like?

Conor Bradley Liverpool

Focusing on fixtures against the current top seven, each of Liverpool, City and Arsenal face a fairly even split of home contests against those opponents.

LIVERPOOL host Brighton and Tottenham, with trips to Man Utd and Aston Villa.

Klopp's side also have the tricky prospect of a Merseyside derby at Goodison, a fixture that proved ultimately decisive in another close title race five years ago when Marco Silva's Everton battled to a goalless draw late in the campaign.

It's about comparable to City's remaining fixtures, but Arsenal appear to have the toughest run-in as they must still travel to Tottenham and Man Utd - their final two away games of the season - as well as visiting Man City and Brighton.

Aston Villa and Chelsea also visit The Emirates.


Can Liverpool win the Europa League?

Xabi Alonso

Europa League winner (odds via Sky Bet)

  • Liverpool - 10/11
  • Bayer Leverkusen - 7/2
  • AC Milan - 13/2
  • Roma - 12/1
  • West Ham, Atalanta - 16/1
  • Benfica - 18/1
  • Marseille - 20/1

Liverpool are now odds-on favourites to win the Europa League after being drawn against Atalanta in the quarter-finals.

Runaway Bundesliga leaders Bayer Leverkusen, managed by Xabi Alonso - the current favourite to replace Klopp - are considered their main rivals.

But several other major clubs remain in the competition, and with the Reds battling on all fronts, much may be dictated by the draw - as has already proven to be the case with the FA Cup, and the tricky prospect of a rejuvenated Atalanta in the last eight.


Odds correct at 1330 GMT (15/03/24)

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