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Arsenal represent great value for English treble at 33/1

| 11.01.2011

Samir Nasri and Jack Wilshere are among the players suggesting that Arsenal are definite Premier League title contenders this season and with the club still in the hunt for a rare quadruple, it is tough to predict how many trophies Arsenal Wenger’s team will hold come May.

Ladbrokes are offering a range of betting odds on which trophies Arsenal may win this season, with a combination of doubles and trebles available.

Head of the betting market is the 5/1 that Arsenal land the double of the Premier League and the Carling Cup.

Arsenal are heavy favourites to win the Carling Cup and if they produce their best form there is little doubting that they are the best of the four teams remaining in the competition.

Meanwhile, they are still firmly in contention in the Premier League and are currently just four points behind leaders Manchester United, despite surprise home defeats against West Brom and Newcastle.

Arsenal are fortunate to still be involved in the FA Cup after needing a late equaliser to earn a replay at Leeds in the third round.

However, Arsenal may put out a stronger team for the replay and assuming the draw is kind to them throughout the tournament there is no reason to suggest why they cannot lift the trophy.

Therefore, the 33/1 offered on Arsenal completing the domestic treble could be a huge price and could represent a big opportunity for new Ladbrokes customers to take advantage of the offer entitling them to a free £10 bet.

The Champions League is by far the toughest competition for Arsenal to win, primarily because they face Barcelona in the last 16.

Arsenal’s betting odds are 750/1 to complete the quadruple, with Celtic the only club to have achieved such a feat in 1967.

A £10 bet on Arsenal completing the FA Cup and Carling Cup double could see a return of £80. New Ladbrokes customers can sign up here for a free £10 bet.



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.