Meanwhile stand-off Jonny Lomax, who directly missed out to Blake Austin and Jackson Hastings last year, returns to the team in 2020.

It is an acknowledgment for Lomax topping the shot helps this season and regularly premium performances.

On the other hand, industrious and clever loose forward Morgan Knowles keeps his area from last year in the 13.

There is a large spread throughout the competitors this year with players from eight teams in the 13.

Wigan Warriors Bevan French, top of the season data for tackle busts and tidy breaks, and 2nd for tries scored, is joined by Salford Red Devils winger Krisnan Inu and the Warrington Wolves set of centre Toby King, who finished the season top of the offloads charts, and prop Mike Cooper, making his very first look in an outstanding 14-year career.

Steve Prescott MBE Male of Steel panellist Jason Robinson stated: “It is a credit to the gamers and the competitors that many various Super League groups are represented in this year’s Dream Group.

” A good barometer is to often take a look at the strength of the list of players who have actually missed out, and there are some fantastic skills that are just outside this leading 13.

” I have actually truly enjoyed the introduction of a few of the young gamers in the video game who have adjusted to first string life so well and there are others who are somewhat older who actually made their mark in Super League – I believe Ash Handley and Toby King are fine examples of that.”

Dream Team 2020 Bevan French – Complete Back (Wigan Warriors) Krisnan Inu – Winger (Salford Red Devils) Toby King – Centre (Warrington Wolves) Konrad Hurrell – Centre (Leeds Rhinos) Ash Handley – Winger (Leeds Rhinos) Aidan Sezer – Half Back (Huddersfield Giants) Jonny Lomax – Half Back (St Helens) Alex Walmsley – Prop (St Helens) Paul McShane – Hooker (Castleford Tigers) Mike Cooper – Prop (Warrington Wolves) Liam Farrell – 2nd Row (Wigan Warriors) Kelepi Tanginoa – 2nd Row (Wakefield Trinity) Morgan Knowles – Loose Forward (St Helens).