After sneaking through the fourth round of the Carabao Cup against Wolves, Manchester City are still in line to complete and unprecedented quadruple.
Despite needing penalties to beat their Championship opposition, the Citizens dominated the match with 64 percent of the ball and 25 shots, with heroics from Claudio Bravo in the shootout putting their name in the hat for the quarter finals.
Pep Guardiola’s men are also going strong in the other competitions they are in, smoothly progressing in the Premier League and Champions League before they enter the FA Cup in January 2018 and as such, they can be backed in at whopping odds of 141/1 (142.0) with dabblebet to win everything this season.
Aside from the League Cup, which they are now 9/4 (4.25) favourites to win, City are going well in the Premier League and showing no signs of stopping.
Currently five points clear at the top of the table, the blue half of Manchester have dominated almost every side that have stood in their way and are now priced at just 1/5 (1.20) to continue that trend and claim the title for the first time since 2014. That short price demonstrates just how confident the bookmakers are that Guardiola's side will have too much for any of their rivals this term.
Massive wins over the likes of Liverpool, Stoke City and Watford have seen City score 32 goals in just nine league games this campaign, with Sergio Aguero netting seven goals whilst Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus each have six.
The one competition that Man City have always struggled in since joining Europe’s elite is the Champions League, excluding their wonderful semi-final run two seasons ago, but three wins from three this season have all-but seen them qualify for the last-16 already in this edition.
As a result, Pep’s men are now available as third-favourites at 6/1 (7.0) to win the European Cup for the first time in their history, something which is certainly not beyond them considering the talent they have in their squad.
The sparkling form of Kevin de Bruyne has been one of the primary reasons for City’s success this term, with the Belgian pulling strings in midfield to help the other frontmen find the net with ease.
No quadruple by an English team would be complete without winning the oldest tournament in the country, and City are 17/4 (6.25) favourites to win the FA Cup too, making an acca that pays out at odds of over 141/1 (142.0).