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Super League 2013 Regular Season – Rugby League Betting

Saints' strength could see them home first

24th January 2013 / paul
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Will this be the season that Leeds Rhinos finally grasp the notion that you can perform well in the regular season and the play-offs? The Rhinos’ play-off record is superb but there is more to Super League than just an autumn date at Old Trafford and the Headingley club have under-performed for too long in the summer. The Rhinos look stronger this year, however, and Carl Ablett should be able to return to the back row after the signing of Joel Moon. Mitch Achurch looks another good signing and the Leeds academy is producing some excellent prospects but, once again, I’d still rather bet on them reaching the Grand Final (13/8 with William Hill) than being top at the end of the regular season (8/1 with Betfred and bwin). My tip in this market is St Helens (7/2 with Blue Square, bwin and 888sport).

Saints’ chances of winning some silverware this year have been hugely boosted by the addition of Willie Manu. Their back row now looks the strongest in Super League and they’ll have too much for most teams in normal circumstances if Iosia Soliola stays fit. James Roby looks likely to play at loose forward this season and that should bring an extra dimension to Saints’ play and they can win the title in former Huddersfield boss Nathan Brown‘s first season in charge.

Of course, Warrington Wolves (2/1 with BetVictor and Coral) will be thereabouts and Tony Smith has given his players a massive vote of confidence by making no significant signings since the end of the last campaign. On the other hand, however, they now have 10 players aged over 30 in their ranks and a few will view this season as their last chance. That will bring new pressures. Wigan Warriors are a general 3/1 to top the table at the end of the regular season and have made a couple of high-profile signings. But how are they going to replace the likes of Brett Finch, Thomas Leuluai and George Carmont? I’d just fear the Warriors lasting the pace this year.

It would be a surprise if those mentioned didn’t fill the top spots but you can also have a bet on who will come out best without the big four. Hull are the favourites (13/8 with Skybet and William Hill) but expect Huddersfield Giants to come out with all guns blazing this year after a disappointing end to the last campaign. They are almost certain to play more of a pressing game this season and are 9/2 with Coral and William Hill in this market.

 



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