Super League Grand Final St Helens vs Leeds Rhinos odds breakdown, winners, try scorers and Man of the Match

We’re just days away from the 25th Super League Grand Final.

St Helens are contesting their 14th, a Super League record, and are looking for a record ninth win which would see them take their Super League title count to 10.

They are also chasing a record fourth consecutive title which would topple the record set by opponents Leeds in 2009.

The Rhinos are also looking for a record ninth Grand Final win in this their 11th Grand Final. The Rhinos are also hoping to win the title from fifth for the third time.

The Rhinos’ fifth place finish unsurprisingly sees St Helens as favourites to lift a fourth consecutive Super League title and for the most part they’re around 1/2 to win the game whilst Leeds are generally a little under 2/1 to finish their fairytale with a happily ever after as you will see below:

SkyBet:
St Helens 1/2
Leeds Rhinos 6/4

PaddyPower:
St Helens 4/9
Leeds Rhinos 9/5

BetFred:
St Helens 4/9
Leeds Rhinos 19/10

PaddyPower has St Helens as 15/8 to win by 12 or less points and 6/4 to win by 13 or more. Leeds are 11/4 to win by a margin beneath 13 and are 6/1 to win by 13 points or more.

Saints meanwhile are 14/1 to nil Leeds which would create Grand Final history with no side ever being nilled at the Theatre of Dreams with Castleford coming closest against Leeds in 2017 until they scored in the last play of the game. Unsurprisingly, Leeds are 55/1 to nil St Helens.

Saints are 8/13 to be first to score whilst Leeds are 6/5.

Turning to BetFred, interestingly a tryless game is 80/1 whilst Tommy Makinson is the favourite to open the scoring at 7/1 closely following by Saints youngster Jon Bennison 8/1 and Mark Percival at 9/1.

Leeds youngster Liam Tindall is 9/1 to score first despite not scoring all season. David Fusitu’a, who is unlikely to play, is 9/1 as is Tom Briscoe who scored first in the 2017 Grand Final.

Former Rhino Konrad Hurrell is 11/1 to score first. Tommy Makinson is 4/1 to score twice whilst Briscoe, a brace grabber in 2017, is 6/1.

Jonny Lomax is the favourite for the Harry Sunderland Award at 4/1, Saints skipper James Roby is 9/2 to become a three-time winner whilst Mark Percival is 7/1.

As for Leeds, Blake Austin is the favourite at 7/1, Rhyse Martin at 8/1 and 2020 Lance Todd winner Richie Myler is also 8/1.

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