Recently updated on September 24th, 2020
Liverpool is one of the most successful soccer clubs in the English Premier League. The team trails behind only Manchester United in total league titles won and are the most successful British team in European competitions. Thus, Liverpool odds are usually very popular with avid soccer bettors.
Although the team has a good history of success, they are probably most well-known for having one of the longest EPL title droughts in the league. But after a 30-year wait, the team finally put their dry streak to an end in the 2019-20 season under the management of star coach Jürgen Klopp.
Success usually begets more success, so many sports fans believe that this may be the beginning of a period of dominance at Anfield. If you would like to get in on this action, stick around. Below we look at the team’s odds of winning all major trophies available to them, including the league, FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League.
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Understandably, Liverpool is one of the favorites to take the English Premier League title after coming off a victorious season. Not only did they win the title in 2020, but they set many records en route to doing so, including:
- Shortest time to win the league
- Most number of wins in a season
However, that said, most sportsbooks still favor Manchester City to take the title this season. Mostly this comes from the fact that Manchester City demolished Liverpool 4-0 as the last season was drawing to a close.
Despite this unfortunate event, the team remains a solid pick to take the season. After all, poor performance in a single game is often not a good indicator of consistency. You need to be able to keep dominating other teams to win the Premier League.
Liverpool last won the FA Cup in 2006. Since then, their last best performance saw them finish as runners-up in 2012. As far as the “Big Six” goes, Liverpool has probably got the worst record in the FA Cup over the last few years.
They’re known for relatively early exits, usually in Round 3 or Round 4. But with Liverpool already having broken their Premier League drought, maybe they’ll set their sites on the Cup this year. So, an outright on them to take the FA Cup wouldn’t be too misguided, especially if Manchester City begins outperforming them in the league this year.
As far as English teams go, Liverpool is the most successful in European competitions, including the UEFA Champions League. The team’s last win came in 2019, where they outplayed Tottenham Hotspur in a 2-0 victory.
The previous season, Liverpool had finished runners-up to Real Madrid, who had been on a four-year winning streak. So, their victory the next year wasn’t entirely unexpected.
This last season, Liverpool wasn’t as impressive as in 2018 and 2019; Atletico Madrid knocked them out in the Round of 16 in extra time, which is always hard to swallow.
Overall, the UEFA Champions League is a hard tournament to predict because it involves teams all over Europe. We think that Liverpool has a good chance because they are a good team. Sports betting sites have a similar idea because most have pegged them as the third most likely to win the tournament this season.
As mentioned above, Liverpool is one of the most decorated teams in the United Kingdom. Their list of honors includes the following victories:
- 19 Premier League/First Division titles (with the latest being in 2020)
- 4 Second Division titles (with the latest being in 1962)
- 7 FA Cup wins (with the latest being in 2006)
- 8 EFL Cup titles (with the latest being in 2012)
- 15 Community Shield titles (with the latest being in 2006)
- 6 UEFA Champions League titles (with the latest being in 2019)
- 3 UEFA Cup/Europa League titles (with the latest being in 2001)
- 4 UEFA Super Cup titles (with the latest being in 2019)
- 1 FIFA Club World Cup title (with the latest being in 2019)
Liverpool’s odds to win the league currently sit at around +160 at most sportsbooks.
Odds for Liverpool to win the treble are currently set at around +1400 at most sportsbooks.
Liverpool is worth around $2.13 billion, making it one of the most valuable sporting clubs in the world.
Virgil van Dijk is considered to be the team’s best active player. The Dutch international transferred to Liverpool in January 2018 for £75 million. The most ever paid for a defender.
Ian Rush is Liverpool’s all-time leading goal scorer, having scored 346 goals during his two spells at the club between 1980-1986 and 1988-1996.
Liverpool broke many records in 2020 but probably the most notable is the fact that they won the league with eight games still to be played.
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