Manchester City’s quadruple odds
Will Manchester City end up winning the quadruple this season?
To be clear about what the quadruple means, it refers to the following four trophies:
– Premier League
– FA Cup
– Carabao Cup
– Champions League
It's been a big eight weeks for Man City, and we've cut them again to win the quadruple.
December 12th – 25/1
January 9th – 20/1
January 23rd – 16/1
NOW – 10/1 pic.twitter.com/KVc5sSno3m
— Coral (@Coral) February 14, 2018
Let’s break down the four competitions.
Premier League title race – stage 1 of the quadruple
Following gameweek 27 of the Premier League, everyone now believes Man City are a shoo-in for the title.
Man City beat Leicester City 5-1 last weekend as Sergio Aguero scored four goals.
As for Man United, they lost 1-0 away at Newcastle. Those results mean that with 11 Premier League matches still to play, the Sky Blues are 16 points clear at the top of the table.
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FA Cup – stage 2 of the quadruple
Man City return to FA Cup action this weekend when they take on Wigan.
Wigan may have beaten West Ham in the previous round, but can the Latics really knock out Pep Guardiola’s men too?
Sitting in League One, it would be one of the upsets of the season if City lost to Wigan.
But will City win the trophy? Chelsea, Man United and Tottenham look like their chief rivals.
Carabao Cup – stage 3 of the quadruple
In a little over a week it’s the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.
Man City will take on Arsenal in the showpiece.
When the sides met earlier in the season in the Premier League, Arsenal lost 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium.
So will the Gunners lose in the final as well?
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Champions League – stage 4 of the quadruple
On Tuesday night in Switzerland, the Sky Blues put on an amazing performance at Basel.
Yes, few predicted that Basel would KO Pep Guardiola’s men in the last-16.
Yet few thought City would have the tie wrapped up after 90 minutes in which they scored four goals on the road.
Ilkay Gundogan scored a brace, while Bernardo Silva and Sergio Aguero scored the other goals.
The bookies have reacted to Man City’s Basel win by installing them as the new favourites for the Champions League.