Hull KR are favourites to be relegated to the Betfred Championship next season, according to the latest odds released by Betfred.
Despite Head Coach Tony Smith completely revamping his squad ahead of the 2020 season, the Robins have been priced at 2/1 to secure a return to the second tier.
They were previously relegated in 2016, but secured an immediate return to Super League in Tim Sheens’ first season in charge without having to take part in the Million Pound Game, their downfall from 12 months prior.
Despite bringing in marquee man Aidan Sezer, Huddersfield are 3/1 to drop out of the top flight, while Chris Chester’s Wakefield are priced at 9/2.
Newly-promoted Toronto have odds of 5/1, whereas last year’s beaten Grand Finalists Salford are 11/2 to enjoy a more difficult campaign in 2020.
2019 Challenge Cup winners Warrington are 150/1 to make the unlikely drop to the second tier, while St Helens are 500/1 to go from Grand Final winners to relegation candidates in the space of 12 months.
The new season gets underway on Thursday 30 January when Wigan and Warrington face off at the DW Stadium.
2020 Super League relegation odds
Hull KR – 2/1
Huddersfield Giants – 3/1
Wakefield Trinity – 9/2
Toronto Wolfpack – 5/1
Salford Red Devils – 11/2
Catalans Dragons – 16/1
Castleford Tigers – 33/1
Hull FC 40/1
Leeds Rhinos 40/1
Warrington Wolves 150/1
Wigan Warriors 500/1
St Helens 500/1