Reigning champions St Helens, who have won the last four Super League Grand Finals, are leading the way in the outright market, but they are still playing catch up in the race for the League Leaders' Shield, so could we see an upset this year?
The current St Helens side have already proven they are the best team in Super League history, having won four consecutive Grand Finals since 2019. They also made history earlier this season, winning the World Club Challenge Down Under after beating Penrith Panthers.
Paul Wellens will be without Alex Walmsley and Agnatius Paasi for the rest of the season due to injury, and while that will be tough to overcome, they did beat Leeds Rhinos without the pair on Friday night.
Saints' squad will be stretched to its limits, but they have already proven they can overcome some huge obstacles.
The French outfit have set the standard in Super League for the last few months and they have a four-point cushion at the top of the league table.
Catalans have only lost five matches from 20 and their home form has been rock solid once again.
With only one defeat from their previous eight matches in Super League, the Dragons should be able to secure the League Leaders' Shield.
The Cherry and Whites look good value at 3/1, especially as they are Catalans' closest challengers in second.
Matty Peet's men have lost twice to their French rivals this season, but they have reached two of the last five Grand Finals.
If the likes of Bevan French and Jai Field can stay fit for the play-offs, Wigan have every chance of going all the way.
Leigh have defied the odds all season and Adrian Lam's men have gone from relegation candidates to Challenge Cup finalists.
The Leopards have already hit their goals for the season and a first Grand Final win would be the biggest shock in Super League history.
Leigh have bounced between divisions for the last decade, and while the big occasion may eventually get to them, they will give any team in the play-offs a run for their money.
Sadly for Wire fans, this season appears to be a write-off after a disastrous few months.
Warrington have lost eight of their last nine games and their collapse has been a real shock.
The Wolves won their first eight matches of the 2023 Super League season, but something is clearly wrong at the minute and they would need a huge turnaround to win the Grand Final.
The Rhinos are looking to secure their first Grand Final crown since 2017, but they appear to be lacking in a few key areas.
Rohan Smith's side reached the Grand Final last season, only to lose 24-12, and they will do well to repeat that success.
Leeds, at their best, have shown they can beat anyone in the division; their Achilles heel, though, is their consistency.
Willie Peters' side have been punching above their weight this season and they deserve to be in the play-offs after winning 11 of their 20 matches.
The Robins will take on Leigh in the Challenge Cup final in August and they have a better chance of lifting that trophy than this, but if they do, it will still represent an incredible achievement.
Even though the Giants are 10th in the table, they are shorter in the market than Hull FC.
Ian Watson has done well in the past against the odds during his time at Salford, but results this season suggest he needs more time to get his team into the play-off picture.
The Giants are 10th and six points behind the play-off spots, so a Grand Final appearance looks slim, to say the least.