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Liverpool on course for Premier League crown, but is there still some value?

February 6th, 2020 Home, Media & Journalism

It is now a matter of when Liverpool are crowned Premier League champions rather than if…and they look unbackable, but there may be some value left.

The Reds moved onto 64 points after victory over arch-rivals Manchester United on Sunday – that put them 16 points clear of champions Manchester City.

That means that if Liverpool win all their remaining games, they will end the season on 112 points – a Premier League record, and if they keep winning they would claim the title on April 11th, with six games remaining – again something never achieved.

Liverpool’s current run surpassing anything seen before after 22 games – at the same point the following teams had;

Manchester United treble winners (1999) – 41 points
Arsenal’s Invincibles (2004) – 52 points
Manchester City’s record Centurions (2018) – 62 points

Most Bookmakers have stopped taking bets on them winning the title, but those still taking bets have them priced at 1/100 – but if you think the run is still going, there might be some value.

You can get 3/1 on them becoming the latest Invincibles and going unbeaten in the Premier League, whilst it is 100/1 to win every game from now and 4/1 to win all home games.

It is also 5/6 for them to break the 100 point barrier – which seems inevitable.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “Liverpool have this title race wrapped up, but that doesn’t mean there is still some value out there for Punters, and the 100/1 to win every game from now until the end of the season looks generous.

“They are now just 3/1 to become Invincibles joining Preston and Arsenal in a very Elite club.”

Selected Liverpool odds:
To win Premier League title – 1/100
To win every Premier League game remaining – 100/1
To be unbeaten for rest of Premier League season – 3/1
To win all remaining home games in Premier League – 4/1
To break 100 point barrier in Premier League – 5/6

*Odds correct at time of writing

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