Warrington have drifted to 5/4 in Paddy Power’s Super League regular season betting following their shock home defeat against Salford and the result has also prompted Stan James to push the Wolves out to 13/8 to win the Grand Final.
Wigan were held to a draw at Castleford on Sunday and are now 6/4 at best courtesy of Totesport, to be Grand Final victors for the second year in a row but the stalemate, coupled with Warrington’s loss, was enough to see Michael Maguire’s side cut slightly to 11/10 in Betfred’s regular season market.
St Helens also shared the spoils, this time at Bradford and they’re now 10/1 (Sportingbet) to finish first. The same firm also quote Royce Simmons’ troops at 13/2 for the Grand Final while Huddersfield, who were edged out 13-10 by Wakefield on a day of shock results, are out to 14/1 with William Hill to be regular season table-toppers and Skybet make them 12/1 for the Grand Final.
Coming in, where the latter is concerned are Leeds, now a 14/1 shot at Stan James after a comprehensive home win against Hull KR.