Manchester City are 3/1 to win the Champions League after already claiming the League Cup and Premier League title
Manchester City are safely into the last eight of the Champions League after overcoming Basel, with Pep Guardiola’s side now awaiting a draw which could see them up against Liverpool, Real Madrid or Juventus.
Pep Guardiola’s side have a League Cup in the bag with the Premier League title to follow, with the Champions League now the next focus and bet365 go 3/1 that City claim a European success.
Real Madrid have shortened to 4/1 to retain their Champions League crown and have won in three of the past four seasons, with Barcelona available at 9/2 although they do have to overcome Chelsea before they can take their place in the last eight.
Bayern Munich are also 9/2, with Liverpool priced at 9/1 after claiming their place in the quarter final stage of the competition.
Manchester City have won their first piece of silverware under Pep Guardiola and they’re now focused on sealing the Premier League title along with the Champions League crown.
City beat Arsenal comfortably in the League Cup final and they beat the same opponents at the Emirates recently which means that they can start putting sky blue ribbons on the Premier League trophy too.
The Champions League will clearly be tougher to win, with BetVictor offering 3/1 that City claim a treble that includes this competition.
The same bookmaker are a 4/6 chance to go unbeaten at the Etihad Stadium for the remainder of the campaign, with odds of 5/2 about them claiming 100 points or more, while you can get 5/1 that City win this season’s title along with the next two titles.
Manchester City can no longer win the quadruple although they could still be treble winners after landing victory in the League Cup final by beating Arsenal 3-0.
It was a comfortable victory against the Gunners at Wembley, with the Premier League title also looking like it’s in the bag, although the Champions League will clearly be a difficult competition to win.
The bookies go 9/2 about City winning the treble and it all comes down to whether they can conquer Europe.
Manchester City’s hopes of landing the quadruple were ended on Monday when Wigan Athletic claimed an unlikely 1-0 win at the DW Stadium.
Will Grigg scored a late winner for the Latics, with Pep Guardiola’s side now focusing on the three remaining competitions, starting with Sunday’s League Cup final against Arsenal.
Manchester City are strong favourites to win at Wembley and you can get 9/2 that they land the treble of Premier League, Champions League and League Cup.
The Premier League title is virtually in the bag, with City into the last eight of the Champions League although there is clearly more likelihood of them not winning the European Cup than winning it.
Manchester City’s quadruple dream remains alive! Pep Guardiola might be preaching caution with regard to a particular four-timer, although the 4-0 win away to Basel means that City are going to be in the last eight of the Champions League.
They come up against Arsenal in the League Cup final soon, while Wigan are their last sixteen opponents in the FA Cup and BetVictor go 16/1 about the Premier League champions-elect winning all four competitions.
You can get 8/13 that the Premier League and League Cup are the only competitions won by City this season, while a domestic treble can be backed at odds of 9/2.
The next two weeks will determine whether City are still in with a chance of winning a quadruple this season and victories over Wigan and Arsenal will see their odds go to 10/1 or even shorter.
The bookies were breathing a sigh of relief after Manchester City lost to Liverpool on Sunday, with the Reds claiming a 4-3 victory at Anfield and inflicting a first defeat of the season on the runaway Premier League leaders.
City had been steadily backed since the start of the season to go unbeaten all the way through although those bets were a busted flush thanks to Liverpool’s impressive array of goals.
Even so, City are still heavily likely to win the title and BetVictor offer 20/1 that Pep Guardiola’s side claim a clean sweep of four trophies this season, with the team playing Bristol City for a place in the EFL Cup final and also in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
In the Champions League, City face Basel and they are determined to win every trophy.
You can get 4/7 that City land the Premier League and League Cup only, while BetVictor offer 4/5 that City manage to tally over 100 Premier League points and you can get 6/5 that they go unbeaten at home for the rest of the season.
Manchester City are now unbeaten in the Premier League after twenty-two matches, with Pep Guardiola’s side having just sixteen games left to go unbeaten for the season.
However, BetVictor are prepared to offer 9/2 about this happening, with Crystal Palace coming desperately close to ending that unbeaten run on New Year’s Eve when missing a late penalty.
It would seem City are home and hosed as far as the title is concerned, with BetVictor going 4/6 that they claim the Premier League and League Cup this season.
You can get 8/11 that City amass 100+ points in the Premier League this season, with odds of 20/1 available that City now complete the quadruple which includes the domestic treble and the Champions League.
Manchester City have accumulated an incredible fifty-eight points from their first twenty Premier League matches, with Pep Guardiola’s side looking virtual certainties to win the title.
Many are now speculating whether any team will beat Manchester City in the top flight and William Hill offer 4/1 that the champions-elect go unbeaten in the Premier League this term, with the latest victory being a 1-0 success at Newcastle.
City travel to Selhurst Park on New Year’s Eve although many regard the clash at Anfield on 14 January as a potential banana skin for this talented side.
Paddy Power free bet have just launched a market on when Manchester City will lose their unbeaten record in the Premier League. Pep Guardiola’s team head
to Anfield in January and perhaps this is when the record will be in danger.
You can get 5/1 that City remain unbeaten in the top flight all season, with these odds tumbling down from the 20/1 available after City made a flying start during the autumn months.
It has now been eighteen matches unbeaten and seventeen of these have resulted in a victory, with bookmaker Paddy Power having already paid out on them becoming champions.
Manchester City are now 4/1 to go unbeaten in the Premier League this season, with Pep Guardiola’s team purring and they are nailed-on to become champions. Everton are the only team to have come close to beating them this term, with the 1-1 draw coming directly as a result of Kyle Walker being sent off.
The Manchester City juggernaut rolls on, with Pep Guardiola’s team now 8/1 to go unbeaten in the Premier League this season. The title looks to be already in the bag for the division leaders who enjoyed a 4-0 win at Swansea on Wednesday to keep their lead to eleven points.
The goal difference is going to be worth another half a point, with bookmaker BetVictor now going 8/1 about City going unbeaten in the top flight this season. They have won sixteen games and drawn one, with the bookies wary of a team who look unstoppable.
City are 1/25 to win the Premier League and most chasing teams have given up any hope of catching a team who are winning in style every game, having already been to Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge to secure victories.
Kevin de Bruyne is trading at 1/3 to become the Player of the Year, although there has been money for David Silva recently and he’s shortened to 9/1.
Manchester City have looked pretty flawless in the top flight this season and bet365 have launched a range of special markets relating to Pep Guardiola’s side.
Some feel as though City already have the title in the bag, with Manchester United or Tottenham destined to drop points on Saturday lunchtime although bet365 do expect the Citizens to lose at some stage of the season.
They offer 20/1 that City manage to last the entire season without a defeat, having won eight and drawn one of their games to date.
Manchester City are already five points clear at the top of the Premier League and bet365 are offering 20/1 about the Citizens breaking the record for the biggest title winning margin of 18 points held by the 1999/2000 Manchester United side.
Pep Guardiola’s team are also 20/1 to remain unbeaten throughout the 38 game campaign and 7/4 to surpass the record 103 goal tally that Chelsea set during 2009/10.
City head to The Hawthorns on Saturday having won their last 12 competitive games against the Baggies and they can be backed at 4/1 to be the highest scoring Premier League team over the latest round of fixtures – Albion are 100/1.
All odds were correct at time of posting.