<strong>LEEDS RHINOS</strong> vs <strong>ST HELENS</strong><br /><br />TOMORROW 6PM, SKY SPORTS<br /><br />OLD TRAFFORD opens its doors to footballers of a different variety tomorrow, as two of the most successful sides in the short history of rugby league&rsquo;s Super League go head-to-head in the culmination of the 2009 season. Of eleven Grand Finals since 1998, seven have featured one or both of tomorrow&rsquo;s opponents.<br /><br />While recent history is on the side of the Rhinos, 4/7 favourites with Hills, St Helens will be determined to make the most of their sixth final appearance. In particular, the Merseysiders&rsquo; veteran scrum-half, Sean Long, will want to impress in his last game before a transfer to Hull FC.<br /><br />Prior to this year, St Helens finished top of the league for the previous four seasons, yet have only come away with a single title. Both these sides have featured in the last two Grand Finals and Leeds triumphed in both, with a 33-6 victory in 2007 and a 24-16 win last year. Anyone who saw the way in which the Rhinos dismantled Hull KR in their qualifying play-off is unlikely to disagree with their final favouritism, but I can&rsquo;t justify backing them at such a short price. Much better value can be found in Betdaq&rsquo;s handicap market so I suggest backing them when giving away a 4.5 point start at 10/11.<br /><br /><strong>POINTER...</strong><br />Leeds (-4.5 handicap) at 10/11 on Betdaq