Super League 2021 League Table Prediction

The 2020 season of Super League was competitive as ever featuring classic tries, tackles and mind-boggling matches that will not be easily forgotten.

Though fans were not allowed to cheer on the action in person, the experience was still great watching from home.

As the 2021 Super League season draws, teams are ramping up for another high-quality campaign with pre-season training already taking off, as well as clubs recruiting fresh faces to boost the ranks of their squads.

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1. St. Helens

Taking the top spot are reigning champions St Helens. They are one of the most formidable teams in the league, with their current win being their 8th Super League title and 15th English title. They’re formidable spine features names like Lachlan Coote, Jonny Lomax, and James Roby, all of whom are likely to guide the Saints to more silverware this season.

2. Wigan Warriors

Wigan topped the table in 2020 but their agonizing Grand Final defeat didn’t do much justice to the hard work they put into the season. Fortunately, the 2021 season gives them another shot at claiming the title. To ensure things work in their favour in the 2021 season, they’ve strengthened their squad and on paper should be in the top two again.

3. Warrington Wolves

The Wire haven’t been at their best in the past few years. They are still a headache to other teams no doubt, with all that power, but they still continue to fall short of the title. Hopefully, that should change in 2021 with a shuffle already happening in the team. Warrington’s spine is expected to undergo a transformation and this might be the start of something big for the team, especially with Greg Inglis now in their ranks.

4. Hull FC

Hull FC has had their fair share of trophies but lately, there has been a scarcity in their trophy shelf. The signing of Australian half-back, Josh Reynolds, will hopefully see them become a more consistent side under new coach Brett Hodgson. With top players like Jake Connor, Jamie Shaul and Danny Houghton, could this be the year the black and whites finally live up to expectation and have some success in the league?

5. Leeds Rhinos

With such a stunning performance in the 2020 Coral Challenge Cup, It is safe to say that Leeds are looking to get back to their former glory days. We expect to see Richie Myler as the full-back and Rob Lui and Luke Gale continue in the halves, a trio who served them well last season. Brad Dwyer and Kruise Leeming at hooker provide the Rhinos with a lot of speed and direct running around the ruck, making them a dark horse for league glory in 2021.

6. Salford Red Devils

Despite losing Ian Watson, there is still a good feeling around Salford following the arrival of Richard Marshall and there is no question they still have a squad that could worry the big boys. Though their recruitment is still not complete, signings like Morgan Escare will give them a different style that could see the Red Devils defy the odds to make another major final this campaign.

7. Catalans Dragons

The Dragons flattered to deceive for most of last season. It was a tough season with travel issues and playing a small number of games, but James Maloney failed to put up a show as fans had anticipated and one impressive playoff win over Leeds is all they can really show from the season. In 2021 though, they will hope to click and mount a challenge, but you can’t help feel they lack fire power and consistency still.

8. Wakefield Trinity

The year 2021 brings a bit of hope to one of the oldest clubs in rugby league, with Wakefield wiping the slate clean after a tough season. Additions like Samoa International, Mason Lino could pave the way for the club to rise to the top, which is something they desperately need considering it has been decades since they lifted a trophy. Chris Chester will get Trinity firing again and they should improve of last year.

9. Huddersfield Giants

With so many signings, including that of head coach Ian Watson, Huddersfield Giants hope to challenge for silverware in 2021. Performances from players like Ashton Golding already show that the club is moving in the right direction and putting the right pieces in place with their young players could mean a bright future. In the short term though you feel the Giants are still some way off the top and that will show in the year coming.

10. Castleford Tigers

You can’t help but feel Daryl Powell and Castleford are heading in the wrong direction. From the league’s dominant side in 2017, the Tigers find themselves in the lower half of the league just four years later and they failed to click last season. They do have the reigning Man of Steel Paul McShane who has remained consistent over the last few years, and a young halves partnership of Danny Richardson and Jake Trueman, but it could be a tough season ahead for Cas unless they start to be more consistent.

11. Hull Kingston Rovers

It was a tough year for a young Hull KR team in 2020, although Tony Smith did have them playing some impressive rugby. The highlight was undoubtedly a stunning win over Wigan and if the Rovers could replicate that showing every week, they would be among the top sides in the league. But the truth is they only survived relegation because of Toronto’s demise and their squad still looks to lack quality in 2021, meaning another tough season for the Robins.

12. Leigh Centurions

The Leigh Centurions made an entrance into the 2021 Super League season all thanks to the exit of the Toronto Wolfpack. The club had been bidding for such an opportunity since their relegation in 2017, and they will look to defy the odds by avoiding the drop in 2021. Signings have already begun and we look forward to them putting up an entertaining performance in the new season. It will surely be between them and Hull KR for relegation but you just feel that Rovers will have the edge, although Leigh won’t be far behind them.

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