Liverpool FC may have not won the top flight division since 1989/90 but after remaining unbeaten in the Premiership at home, losing only two games in the league on the road and reaching the semi finals of the Champions League maybe now is the time to start betting on Liverpool. In the 2009/10 Premiership betting Liverpool are 11/4 with Sky Bet to take the title and 350/1 to do a clean sweep of trophies (League, FA Cup, League Cup and Champions League).
If you like football betting then you can’t doubt the title credentials of Liverpool FC. Just ask yourself – which Premier League team has won more trophies than any other English club? Liverpool have won a joint-record eighteen league titles, seven FA Cups, seven League Cups, and the European Cup an English record five times.
The 2008/09 Premier League season brought some of the most exciting times to bet on Liverpool. After seeing off both Chelsea and Manchester United in the opening couple of months of the new season and sitting pretty at the top of the table, Liverpool’s odds came crashing in from 13/2 into 5/2. Liverpool’s title hopes then took a slight blow after some disappointing results including losing to Tottenham and drawing at home to Hull City which allowed the champions Manchester United to overtake Benitez’s men at the top of the table and Liverpool’s odds drifted back out to 4/1, with United contracting to 4/11. The turn of the year didn’t get any easier for Liverpool football club after recording 4 draws, 1 win and 1 defeat in their first 6 matches. The only real highlight for those who bet on Liverpool was beating Chelsea. But was it too late? Had Liverpool’s chances gone? Looking at it now then yes it was too late.
Liverpool’s up and down season didn’t end there as they went on to complete a double over Manchester United and then recorded eight wins and a draw in their final nine games to give just reward to the people who follow and bet on Liverpool.
If you are looking to bet on Liverpool, Sky Bet are offering a host of markets to get your season started. It’s 10/1 for Liverpool to repeat the feat they achieved in Rafael Benítez’s first season in charge by winning the Champions League and 125/1 that they record a historic treble by winning the League, FA Cup and the Champions League.
Liverpool haven’t been handed the easiest of starts to their 2009/10 Premiership campaign with an away trip to White Hart Lane. It’s 11/10 that Liverpool come away with maximum points and 2/1 that they are defeated.
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