Liverpool odds: To win Premier League 2021-22, quadruple and more

Liverpool odds: To win Premier League 2021/22, top scorer and more

Liverpool have already secured the League Cup and FA Cup this season, but they remain in the hunt for silverware on a further two fronts. Get the latest Liverpool betting odds here.

Liverpool to win Premier League odds

Liverpool were expected to push Manchester City close in the Premier League this season and that’s exactly what they’re doing, though Jurgen Klopp’s side have lost some control on their destiny.

The Reds are currently just three points behind the reigning champions and with two games left they need the Citizens to slip-up drastically in their remaining fixture against Aston Villa.

Of course, Klopp’s men will still need to win their final two games too, with a trip to Southampton followed by a home fixture against Wolves on the final day. As things stand, Opta give them a 9.23% chance of winning the title.


Premier League Outright Odds*

Find the latest Premier League winner odds for the 2022/2023 season here:

Club Chance 888Sport Sky Bet
Manchester City TBD 4/7 4/7
Liverpool TBD  2/1 9/4
Chelsea TBD  16/1 16/1
Tottenham TBD  16/1 14/1
Manchester United TBD  30/1 28/1
Arsenal TBD  50/1 40/1
Probability % provided by StatsPerform
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (10:45, 16/06/2022). BeGambleAware.

Liverpool odds to win the Champions League

Liverpool won’t just have their sights on the Premier League though, not by a long shot. The Reds are through to the final of the Champions League, where they will face Real Madrid in Paris.

Klopp’s men went perfect in their group, finishing with six wins from six in ties against AC Milan, Atletico Madrid and Porto. Their reward was a potentially tricky meeting with Italian champions Inter Milan, but Liverpool edged through 2-1 on aggregate despite defeat in the home leg. And there was more action in the quarter-finals.

Liverpool looked secure of their spot in the semi-finals with a 3-1 win over Benfica in the first leg but they were made to work for their qualification after a thrilling 3-3 draw at Anfield, eventually beating the Portuguese side 6-4 on aggregate.

They’re now odds-on favourites to lift the title after a 5-2 aggregate victory over Villarreal, with only Real Madrid standing in the Reds’ way of a 7th Champions League trophy.

Club Paddy Power 888Sport Sky Bet
Manchester City 10/3 - 11/4
Liverpool 5/1 - 9/2
Bayern Munich 11/2 - 7/1
PSG 6/1 - 6/1
Real Madrid 10/1 - 12/1
Chelsea 11/1 - 14/1
Barcelona 11/1 - 16/1
Tottenham 14/1 - `8/1
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (12:45, 15/06/2022). BeGambleAware.

Other Liverpool Premier League odds

One market in which Liverpool are heavy favourites to get a win is that of the Golden Boot. With just three games left to play, the race to finish as the Premier League’s top scorer has one man racing clear in a relatively comfortable position.

That’s because Mohamed Salah has been running away with it scoring 22 goals so far, two clear of his closest rival Son Heung-min, and is now 4/11 to finish as the Premier League’s top scorer for 2021/22 with Paddy Power.

But Salah isn’t just a goalscorer, adding 10 assists in the Premier League this season, leading the Playmaker Award and being the only player to hit double figures for goals and assists. So it’s no surprise that he is 4/11 with Sky Bet to be named PFA Player of the Year.

Going further afield, past the Premier League and Champions League, Liverpool are still chasing a Quadruple as things stand. Having already secured the EFL Cup, beating Chelsea on penalties, the Reds added a second domestic trophy by winning the FA Cup – beating Chelsea on penalties.

No English men’s club have ever won the Quadruple, with Manchester United in 1998/99 the best-performing for trophies in a single season, managing a Treble. It would be so sweet for Liverpool to take that record away from their old rivals, but they are 10/1 to complete the Quadruple with Betfair, owing to their standing in the Premier League title race.

If they were to do it, former Man Utd defender Rio Ferdinand believes they would be the best team England has ever seen.

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