Pep Guardiola celebrates Man City treble

Manchester City treble odds: Can Pep Guardiola's side complete impossible?

No European men's side has ever won back-to-back trebles. Egyptian team Al Ahly and New Zealand side Auckland City are the only top-flight clubs to do so anywhere across the globe.

Manchester City are now 5/1 to do the seemingly impossible.

And it's very difficult to back against them, with Pep Guardiola's side unbeaten in 27 matches in all competitions, winning 22, stretching back to a December 6 defeat at Aston Villa - their only loss since October 8.

Man City trophy multiples (odds via Sky Bet)

  • Manchester City to win Premier League & FA Cup - 5/4
  • Manchester City to win Premier League & Champions League - 11/4
  • Manchester City to win FA Cup & Champions League - 10/3
    • Manchester City to win Premier League, FA Cup & Champions League - 5/1
  • Manchester City to win a trophy (excludes Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup & Club World Cup) - 1/16
  • Manchester City NOT to win a trophy (excludes Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup & Club World Cup) - 8/1
  • To win 2+ trophies (excludes Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup & Club World Cup) - 8/13

Can Man City win the Premier League?

Manchester City lift the Premier League trophy
Manchester City lift the 2022/23 Premier League trophy

A pivotal Sunday in the title race saw Liverpool beaten at home by Crystal Palace before Arsenal lost to Aston Villa at The Emirates, results which saw City cut into cut into 4/9 favouritism and left them two points clear at the top with six games to play.

If they go on to retain just the Premier League, it would be the first time in the history of English football that a team has won four straight top division titles.

Huddersfield, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are the only other sides to win three in a row.

Can Man City win the Champions League?

Ilkay Gundogan lifts the Champions League trophy
Ilkay Gundogan lifts the Champions League trophy

Man City are 6/4 favourites for the Champions League with their quarter-final tie against Real Madrid sitting at 3-3 after a classic at the Bernabeu.

En route to winning the crown for the very first time last season, Guardiola's side thrashed Madrid 4-0 at The Etihad.

Should they progress, Arsenal or Bayern Munich await in the semi-finals.

On the other side of the draw Barcelona take a 3-2 lead into their home leg with PSG and Dortmund will look to overturn a 2-1 deficit at home to Atletico Madrid.

Can Man City win the FA Cup?

Erling Haaland with the FA Cup
Erling Haaland with the FA Cup

City are 4/7 favourites to win the world's oldest knockout competition.

They take on Chelsea in the last four with Manchester United and Coventry contesting the other semi-final.

Odds correct at 1000 GMT (15/04/24)

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