Manchester City odds: To win Premier League, Champions League and more

Manchester City odds: To win Premier League, Champions League and more

After winning the Premier League title for the second consecutive season, Manchester City will be searching for three in a row in 2022/23. Get the latest Man City betting odds here.

Manchester City to win Premier League odds

Since the start of the Premier League in 1992, only one team has managed to win the title in three consecutive seasons: with Manchester United managing it twice between 1999-2001 and 2007-2009. Stretching it across the history of the English top flight, the threepeat has only been achieved on five occasions, but Man City will be looking to make it six in 2022/23.

Man City fans will have grown used to close title races, especially after winning the 2011/12 title on the final day on goal difference, but last season was a tough one. Pep Guardiola’s side had been in control just after Christmas but allowed Liverpool to catch up and take the race to the final day, with one point separating the two sides.

And Man City’s final day did not go according to plan for large parts, going 2-0 down at home to Aston Villa with Liverpool needing just one goal against Wolves to take the lead. But a brace from Ilkay Gundogan either side of a Rodri strike turned things around for Man City, securing the title – leaving Liverpool’s win over Wolves irrelevant.

Man City have gone for a threepeat in the past, winning back-to-back titles in 2017/18 and 2018/19, but in 2019/20 their title defence was pretty poor and they finished 18 points behind league winners Liverpool – a gap that could have been more had Jurgen Klopp’s side not taken their foot off the gas after glory was secured.

At the World Cup break, Man City were five points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal and have already lost two matches – one fewer than they managed last season. They entered the break with defeat too, beaten 2-1 by Brentford, but will still feel confident of reclaiming their crown – especially with two games against Arsenal still to come.

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

Club Chance Paddy Power
Arsenal 54.91% 8/11
Manchester City 44.13% 11/10
Man Utd 0.86% 33/1
Newcastle 0.08% 80/1
Liverpool 0.02% 750/1
Tottenham 0% 750/1
Probability % provided by StatsPerform
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Manchester City top four finish odds

If Man City don’t manage to win the Premier League, Guardiola’s side should still be a shoo-in to finish in the top four. It’s now been 12 years since Man City last finished outside the Premier League’s top four, ending the 2009/10 campaign in fifth, missing out on a Champions League spot thanks to Peter Crouch’s goal for Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad.

In the 12 seasons that have passed since, Man City only finished as low as fourth once, with two third-placed finishes and three in second to go with their six title wins. It would take a fall of monumental proportions for Man City to not finish in the top four in 2022/23, even though they are just six points clear of fifth-placed Manchester United.

So understandably, Man City have ridiculously short odds to finish in the top four in 2022/23, with Paddy Power offering 1/200 for that to happen.

Manchester City December friendlies

Unlike most of their Premier League rivals, Man City will embark on a brief warm-weather training camp for a few days in Abu Dhabi but will not play any friendlies before returning to England at the weekend.

That means Man City fans can fully focus on the World Cup, tracking the performances of their current players and perhaps any potential future stars. One man who appears to be on everyone’s wishlist this Christmas is Jude Bellingham, who has been starring in England’s run to the World Cup quarter-finals.

Liverpool fans will feel optimistic about Bellingham joining them, after he has grown close with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson while on duty with England. But Rio Ferdinand believes Man City will win the race.

“I think he will [join Man City], yeah,” Ferdinand said on his Vibe with Five YouTube channel.

“He’ll say, ‘listen, I’ve got a couple of mates there, English boys. I can go to Madrid in five years.’

“There’s no rush. I just think he thinks: ‘you know what, I’m the superstar. I’m going to win the Premier League, because I’m an English-born boy’.

“‘And then I’ll go to Madrid and I’ll do the same there in a few years’.”

Manchester City odds to win the Champions League

For all their domestic domination, there’s something missing for Man City. The major goal for a club looking to build itself as one of the biggest and best in the world. Something Paris Saint-Germain have also struggled to obtain in their own quests. The Champions League.

Man City went so close to a first Champions League title in 2020/21 but they lost to Premier League rivals Chelsea in their maiden final appearance. Last season they looked on course to reach back-to-back finals with a chance to put that Chelsea defeat behind them, as Liverpool did in 2019, winning the Champions League a year after being a losing finalist. But after winning the first leg of their semi-final against Real Madrid 4-3, Man City ended up losing 6-5 on aggregate, conceding two goals in a matter of moments.

The 2022/23 campaign saw Man City go unbeaten in their group, finishing top ahead of Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and FC Copenhagen with four wins and two draws. Their reward for topping the group was a last 16 tie against RB Leipzig, who they beat 6-3 at home in the Champions League last season but lost 2-1 away.

Sky Bet are offering odds of 13/8 for favourites Man City to go all the way to win the Champions League this season.

Club Paddy Power William Hill Sky Bet
Manchester City 13/8 13/8 2/1
Bayern Munich 16/1 6/1 13/2
PSG 7/1 7/1 7/1
Liverpool 9/1 9/1 9/1
Napoli 10/1 11/1 12/1
Real Madrid 11/1 10/1 10/1
Chelsea 12/1 14/1 18/1
Tottenham 16/1 18/1 20/1
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Other Manchester City Premier League odds

If Man City do go all the way to win the Premier League, they’ll have Erling Haaland to thank. The big move of the summer transfer window saw Haaland, one of the best strikers in the world already, swap Dortmund for Manchester and he wasted no time in acclimatising in the Premier League.

Haaland broke a number of records within a matter of weeks, including the quickest to 10 goals at the start of a Premier League career, hitting double figures by his sixth match – with back-to-back hat-tricks against Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest. Another hat-trick followed against Manchester United, and Haaland entered the World Cup break on 18 goals.

Sitting six clear of his closest rival Harry Kane, Haaland is odds-on favourite to win the Golden Boot, with Paddy Power offering odds of 1/6.

Man City are also 40/1 to win the Quadruple with Sky Bet, but they haven’t been given an easy ride in the domestic cups. Having beaten Chelsea in the third round of the EFL Cup, Man City have been drawn against Liverpool in their next game, which will be the first match back after the World Cup. That’s the runners-up and winners from last season’s competition

Then, in the third round of the FA Cup, Man City have been drawn against Chelsea once again, with the Blues also finishing runners-up in that competition in 2021/22. Pep Guardiola may not be looking forward to the fourth round draw if Man City get there.


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