St Helens favourites to win record-breaking fourth straight Super League title

St Helens have been named by title sponsors Betfred as favourites to win what would be their fourth straight Super League title.

They are listed as 2/1 favourites to win the Grand Final, which takes place at the earlier time of 24th September. If they were to win, it would be the first time in the Super League era where a team has won four straight titles.

The last team to win four in a row was when Wigan won seven straight titles between 1990 and 1996.

Elsewhere, the second favourites are Warrington. Daryl Powell’s men are listed at 7/2 to end their Old Trafford hoodoo. They last played there in 2018. Three of their Grand Final defeats have been at the hands of Wigan.

Last year’s League Leaders and Grand Final runners-up Catalans are third favourites to right the wrongs of October’s defeat against St Helens. They are at 6/1.

Meanwhile, Wigan are listed as fourth favourite in Matt Peet’s first season in charge. They are at 13/2 to lift their first title of the post-Shaun Wane era.

Leeds round off the teams available at short odds. The eight-time champions are listed at 8/1 to lift their first title since 2017.

Available at longer odds are Hull FC. Brett Hodgson’s side are available at 18/1.

At further long odds lie Castleford, Huddersfield and Hull KR. They are available at 20,22 and 25 to one respectively.

Wakefield and Salford are both available at 66/1, while newcomers Toulouse complete the list at 100/1.

Full List of odds

St Helens- 2/1

Warrington- 7/2

Catalans- 6/1

Wigan- 13/2

Leeds- 8/1

Hull FC- 18/1

Castleford- 20/1

Huddersfield- 22/1

Hull KR- 25/1

Wakefield- 66/1

Salford- 66/1

Toulouse- 100/1

Super League home fixtures confirmed

All 12 Super League clubs have confirmed who their opening opponents at home are in 2022. On Thursday morning, the remaining fixtures will be announced.

The stand out home fixtures include a Grand Final re-match between St Helens and Catalans, Daryl Powell welcoming old club Castleford to Warrington, and Wigan welcoming Leeds.

Read More: Super League clubs reveal first home games

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