With Super League XXIX looming large, all 12 teams will be hoping for a big season and dreaming of a place in the Grand Final at Old Trafford on 12th October.
The top point scorer in the league often comes from a team who challenges at the top end of the table although Stefan Ratchford finished top of the pile last season despite his side Warrington Wolves finishing only sixth last season.
The Wolves' veteran is the favourite to lead the way once again in 2024 but he faces plenty of competition to come out on top once again.
The Warrington Wolves utility man finished top of the Points Scorer chart in 2023 with a whopping 200 points over the course of the regular season.
It was an impressive haul for the 35-year-old who shows no sign of slowing down despite being in the twilight of his career.
His consistency with the boot was key to him finishing ahead of his rivals in the race to score the most points and achievement was all the more impressive as it came in a season in which the Wolves rarely hit top gear.
He landed 96 goals and scored two tries across 27 regular-season rounds last season and the former Salford man has plundered 1,510 points since joining the Wolves in 2012.
Expect more points from Ratchford in 2024 but he looks an uneasy favourite with Warrington under new management and looking to improve on a disappointing last campaign.
The Papua New Guinea schemer has been a crucial part of the Leeds Rhinos side since joining from Canterbury Bulldogs in 2019 and he has been a consistent performer for the Headingley side in his 4-year spell.
Martin is a demon with the boot and in 2022 he equalled the world record for consecutive successful conversions which stands at 41.
The 30-year-old missed the conversion attempt to set the new world record but it didn't knock him off his stride in the 2023 Super League campaign for Leeds.
Martin booted 77 goals for the Rhinos last season in what was a disappointing year for the men from Headingley who missed out on the Play-Offs following an eighth-place finish.
The second-rower, who can also play at centre, scored 194 points in total and could well have usurped Ratchford had Leeds had a better season.
The Rhinos look a team in transition this season while rumours of a move to the NRL for Martin refuse to go away, so there looks to be better value elsewhere in this market.
Scrum-half Sneyd has gobbled up the points throughout his career and the former Hull FC scrum-half landed 184 points for Salford last season.
The 32-year-old has a whopping 2,097 points across 292 first-class matches since making his debut for the Red Devils in 2010.
His skills lie mainly with his goal-kicking and he landed 88 goals for Salford last season when they missed out on the Play-Offs by just two points.
There is little value in the 5/1 that Sneyd tops the point-scoring charts in 2024, though, as Salford look set for another season in which they may struggle to make an impact on the top six.
Harry Smith finished third in the point-scorer chart last season with 192 points but the diminutive scrum-half looks great value at 11/2 to finish top of the pile in 2024.
After helping Wigan to land the domestic double of the League Leaders' Shield and Grand Final winners, the reigning champions look set for another big season.
The Warriors were the joint top scorers along with Catalans Dragons in 2023 and Smith played his part in that total with 89 goals.
Wigan look even stronger this time around and the points are likely to flow at the DW Stadium so backing Smith to top score in the new campaign could well pay off.
Australian playmaker Keighran enjoyed a fabulous debut season for Catalans Dragons and the half-back looks the only real danger to Smith's chances of topping the point-scoring table.
Keighran claimed 188 points for the French raiders last term and has made the move to Wigan after just one season in the south of France.
A great goal-kicker in his own right, the Aussie embellished his points total with 13 tries for the Dragons and that might be his best source of points for his new side.
Smith is likely to remain on goal-kicking duties for the champions for the time being, so a line can be put through Keighran in this market although he may get to share the goal-kicking with Smith at times in the new season.
Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.