Richard Wigglesworth will set a new Premiership record for the most appearances when he plays his 266th game on Sunday.
The 35-year-old scrum-half, who earlier this year became the first man to have won five Premiership finals, will surpass Steve Borthwick’s total after being selected in Saracens’ XV to face Gloucester.
Here, with the help of Opta, we take a look at Wigglesworth’s career in numbers.
160 – This will be Wigglesworth’s 160th appearance in the starting XV, while he has come off the bench 106 times.
18 – Wigglesworth has crossed for 18 Premiership tries, four of which came in his most-prolific season in 2014-15.
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3 – Only three men have played 100-plus games for two different clubs in the Premiership, with Wigglesworth in elite company alongside Borthwick (Bath and Saracens) and Hugh Vyvyan (Newcastle and Saracens).
15 – The scrum-half’s career has spanned over 15 years. Andy Goode, whose final appearance came 17 years and 155 days after his debut, has the longest Premiership career.
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