Match Stat Pack

SAINTS take on Wigan today – and Hull FC on Monday – in a packed Easter weekend.

All the stats, facts and figures are here:

Wigan v Saints:

Tommy Makinson has scored tries in the Saints’ last three meetings with Wigan (2-2-1) whilst Wigan’s Joe Burgess has bagged one in each.

Last 10 Meetings:
St Helens 14, Wigan 6 (SLGF, 11/10/14) (at Old Trafford, Manchester)
Wigan 12, St Helens 16 (SLR18, 27/6/14)
St Helens 14, Wigan 33 (SLR9, 18/4/14)
St Helens 22, Wigan 16 (SLR22, 22/7/13)
Wigan 28, St Helens 16 (SLR9, 29/3/13)
Wigan 18, St Helens 26 (SLR27, 7/9/12)
St Helens 16, Wigan 42 (SLR15, 27/5/12) (at Etihad Stadium, Manchester)
Wigan 18, St Helens 4 (CCQF, 12/5/12)
St Helens 10, Wigan 28 (SLR10, 6/4/12)
St Helens 26, Wigan 18 (SLQSF, 1/10/11)

Super League Summary:
Wigan won 31 (includes win in 2010 Grand Final & wins in 2001, 2003 and 2004 play-offs)
St Helens won 30 (includes wins in 2000 and 2014 Grand Finals & wins in 2000, 2002, 2009 and 2011 play-offs)
4 draws

Highs and Lows:
Wigan highest score: 65-12 (A, 1997) (also widest margin)
St Helens highest score: 57-16 (MM, 2008) (also widest margin)

Saints v Hull Super League Summary:
St Helens won 25 (includes win in 2006 Grand Final & wins in 2001 and 2006 play-offs)
Hull FC won 11
3 draws

Highs and Lows:
St Helens highest score: 74-16 (H, 1999) (also widest margin)
Hull FC highest score: 44-6 (H, 2005) (also widest margin)

Career Milestones:
Jon Wilkin needs three tries to reach a career century of touchdowns. His total of 97 has been scored as follows: 8 for Hull KR (2000-2002), 88 for St Helens (2003-2015) and 1 for England (2004-2005, 2008-2009 & 2011-2012). Wilkin also made 6 non-scoring appearances for Great Britain (2006-2007).

Super League Milestones:
(Players reaching significant figures in Super League games only, including play-offs)

Danny Tickle needs 13 points to draw level with Sean Long in fifth place in the list of all-time leading point-scorers.

1 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds, 1997-present) 3,259
2 Paul Deacon (Wigan/Bradford/Oldham, 1997-2011) 2,413
3 Andy Farrell (Wigan, 1996-2004) 2,376
4 Lee Briers (Warrington/St Helens, 1997-2013) 2,288
5 Sean Long (Hull FC/St Helens/Wigan, 1996-2011) 2,200
6 Danny Tickle (Widnes/Hull FC/Wigan/Halifax, 2000-present) 2,187
7 Pat Richards (Wigan, 2006-2013) 2,110
8 Danny Brough (Huddersfield/Wakefield/Castleford/Hull FC, 2005-2006 & 2008-present) 1,733
9 Iestyn Harris (Bradford/Leeds/Warrington, 1996-2001 & 2004-2008) 1,674
10 Michael Dobson (Salford/Hull KR/Wigan/Catalans Dragons, 2006, 2008-2013 & 2015) 1,438

Danny Brough needs one goal to draw level with Pat Richards in seventh place in the list of all-time leading goal-kickers (conversions and penalties only, not including field goals).

1 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds, 1997-present) 1,477
2 Paul Deacon (Wigan/Bradford/Oldham, 1997-2011) 1,043
3 Andy Farrell (Wigan, 1996-2004) 1,026
4 Danny Tickle (Widnes/Hull FC/Wigan/Halifax, 2000-present) 907
5 Lee Briers (Warrington/St Helens, 1997-2013) 849
6 Sean Long (Hull FC/St Helens/Wigan, 1996-2011) 826
7 Pat Richards (Wigan, 2006-2013) 759
8 Danny Brough (Huddersfield/Wakefield/Castleford/Hull FC, 2005-2006 & 2008-present) 758
9 Iestyn Harris (Bradford/Leeds/Warrington, 1996-2001 & 2004-2008) 640
10 Michael Dobson (Salford/Hull KR/Wigan/Catalans Dragons, 2006, 2008-2013 & 2015) 593

Paul Wellens, Leon Pryce, Rob Burrow, Kirk Yeaman and Luke Dorn all have the opportunity to move up the list of all-time leading try-scorers in forthcoming Super League rounds.

1 Danny McGuire (Leeds, 2001-present) 221
2 = Keith Senior (Leeds/Sheffield, 1996-2011), Paul Wellens (St Helens, 1998-present) 199
4 David Hodgson (Hull KR/Huddersfield/Salford/Wigan/Halifax, 1999-2014) 168
5 Leon Pryce (Hull FC/Catalans Dragons/St Helens/Bradford, 1998-present) 167
6 Ryan Hall (Leeds, 2007-present) 155
7 Ade Gardner (Hull KR/St Helens, 2002-2014) 153
8 Rob Burrow (Leeds, 2001-present) 151
9 Kirk Yeaman (Hull FC, 2001-present) 149
10 = Luke Dorn (Castleford/London Broncos/Harlequins/Salford, 2005-present), Pat Richards (Wigan, 2006-2013) 147

Paul Wellens – 1 try away from 200 (199 for St Helens, 1998-2015)

Consecutive Appearances:
Hull FC’s Joe Westerman has the longest run of consecutive appearances amongst Super League players, with 51. Westerman last missed a Hull game on 25 May, 2013 – a 22-16 Magic Weekend win against Hull KR at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium. His streak then started on 31 May, 2013 – an 18-6 home win against Leeds.

1 Joe Westerman (Hull FC) 51
2 Zeb Taia (Catalans Dragons) 41
3 Morgan Escare (Catalans Dragons) 39
4 Mose Masoe (St Helens) 37
5 Rangi Chase (Salford Red Devils) 31

First Utility Super League Leading Scorers:

Tries:
1 Justin Carney (Castleford Tigers) 9
2 Ken Sio (Hull Kingston Rovers) 8
3 Tom Lineham (Hull FC) 7
4 = Albert Kelly (Hull Kingston Rovers), Danny McGuire (Leeds Rhinos), Jordan Turner (St Helens) 6
7 = Ben Jones-Bishop (Salford Red Devils), Tom Makinson (St Helens), Chris Riley (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats), Anthony Gelling (Wigan Warriors) 5

Goals:
1 Josh Mantellato (Hull Kingston Rovers) 29
2 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 23
3 Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 21
4 = Scott Dureau (Catalans Dragons), Josh Griffin (Salford Red Devils) 20
6 = Craig Hall (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats), Matty Smith (Wigan Warriors) 19
8 Luke Gale (Castleford Tigers) 18
9 Marc Sneyd (Hull FC) 17
10 Travis Burns (St Helens) 14

Goals Percentage:
1 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 85.18 (23/27)
2 Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 84.61 (11/13)
3 Travis Burns (St Helens) 82.35 (14/17)
4 Josh Mantellato (Hull Kingston Rovers) 78.37 (29/37)
5 Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 75.00 (21/28)
6 Scott Dureau (Catalans Dragons) 74.07 (20/27)
7 Stefan Ratchford (Warrington Wolves) 73.33 (11/15)
8 Craig Hall (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 73.07 (19/26)
9 Marc Sneyd (Hull FC) 70.83 (17/24)
10 Matty Smith (Wigan Warriors) 70.37 (19/27)

Points:
1 Josh Mantellato (Hull Kingston Rovers) 66
2 Josh Griffin (Salford Red Devils) 56
3 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 55
4 Luke Gale (Castleford Tigers) 48
5 = Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants), Matty Smith (Wigan Warriors) 47
7 Craig Hall (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 42
8 Scott Dureau (Catalans Dragons) 41
9 Marc Sneyd (Hull FC) 40
10 Justin Carney (Castleford Tigers) 36

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