Warrington remain favourites at 13/5 with Totesport to land the Challenge Cup for the third season in a row, despite the draw for the quarter finals pairing the Wolves with Super League champions Wigan.
Tony Smith’s side possess home advantage for the last eight clash with the Warriors, whose odds to lift the trophy were pushed out to 7/2 by Paddy Power after they were handed the tricky Halliwell Jones Stadium assignment.
Following Wigan closely in the betting are their neighbours St Helens, a 4/1 shot at Betfred. Saints booked their place in the last eight with a comprehensive 70-0 triumph against Featherstone and they will start as favourites for their home quarter final clash with Hull KR, who are Stan James‘ 40/1 outsiders to go all the way.
Skybet rate Leeds at 8/1 to go one better than last season, when they were beaten in the Wembley final by Warrington but in the next round, the Rhinos face a tricky trip to Hull, available with Coral at 14/1 to be Challenge Cup winners.
Meanwhile, Huddersfield’s reward for a home win over Catalans Dragons is a West Yorkshire derby at Castleford. The Giants are in to 8/1 with to land the trophy and Totesport[afflink label="Totesport" title=""][/afflink] quote their opponents at the Jungle, at 33/1.