Jackson Hastings reveals the five clubs he expects to compete for Super League glory in 2023

Super League is back today!

It starts of with a big game in any season as Warrington Wolves host the Leeds Rhinos tonight in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

The question on everyone’s lips of course, as always on the opening game of the season, is who will be lifting the Super League trophy at the end of the season.

Warrington and Leeds are two teams who will be dreaming of being at Old Trafford come to October having played at the Theatre of Dreams in the past.

Leeds defeated the Wolves in the 2012 Grand Final in one of four defeats for the Wolves.

Leeds of course have won eight of 11 Grand Finals suffering defeat at Old Trafford last year against St Helens.

The Saints won a fourth consecutive Grand Final at the expense of the Rhinos and according to Jackson Hastings they are the benchmark going into 2023.

Hastings has played in two Grand Finals for the Salford Red Devils and Wigan Warriors and is a former Man of Steel.

So, he has a good grasp of what is required for Super League glory and he has listed five clubs he expects to compete for glory in 2023 though one is more about his personal bias than his opinion:

“Excited to see the start of Super League season today!

“Saints the benchmark. Wigan, Huddersfield will both be very good. I think Warrington improve heaps, and obviously hope Salford can go that little bit better after a great year.”

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