St Helens favourites once again to win Super League in 2023

Josh McAllister
St Helens Wesley Bruines

St Helens are once again favourites to win Super League in 2023 with the latest odds revealed by the bookmakers. 

With Sky Bet, St Helens are favourites with odds at 2/1 to lift their fifth successive Super League trophy in the Grand Final. The Totally Wicked Stadium side made history in 2022, becoming the first-ever side to win the competition four times in a row following a 24-12 victory over Leeds at Old Trafford.

Wigan, who missed out on a place in the final but did lift the Challenge Cup last year, are second favourites with odds of 4/1. Matt Peet’s Warriors were knocked out of the semi-finals by finalists Leeds at the DW Stadium in 2022.

Catalans are third favourites, with Leeds fourth at 8/1 as Rohan Smith undergoes his first pre-season at Headingley Stadium.

Daryl Powell’s Warrington are also at odds of 8/1, having finished last season in 11th spot with just nine wins from 27.

Newly-promoted Leigh are 25/1, the same odds as Salford and better than Hull KR at 50/1. Adrian Lam’s side won promotion back to the Super League following their impressive 2022 season, losing just one game all year and defeating Batley in the Championship final. They also claimed the 1895 Cup over Featherstone at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Wakefield Trinity are 100/1 to lift the trophy, the least likely according to Sky Bet.

As expected, St Helens are also favourites to lift the League Leaders’ Shield once again. Paul Wellens will take charge of the side for the first time in 2023 following the departure of Woolf, who has joined the Dolphins for their inaugural season in the NRL.

Grand Final winners odds for 2023

  • St Helens 2/1
  • Wigan 4/1
  • Catalans 4/1
  • Leeds 8/1
  • Warrington 8/1
  • Huddersfield 10/1
  • Castleford 12/1
  • Hull 14/1
  • Leigh 25/
  • Salford 25/1
  • Hull KR 50/1
  • Wakefield 100/1

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