RWC 2019: A look at Alun Wyn Jones' numbers as he is set to become Wales' most-capped player

Press Association Sport 19:37 25/09/2019
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Wales skipper Alun Wyn Jones is set to become his country’s most-capped player in the Rugby World Cup clash against Australia on Sunday.

It will be Jones’ 130th Wales appearance, breaking the record held by prop Gethin Jenkins, who retired last year.

Here, PA crunches the numbers behind Jones outstanding Wales career.

129 – the number of times Jones has played for Wales.

34 – Jones’ age.

4 – the number of World Cup tournaments Jones has played in.

13 – the number of years since Jones made his Wales debut.

3 – the number of Six Nations Grand Slams Jones has achieved.

28 – the number of times that Jones has captained Wales.

118 – the number of Tests Jones has started in Wales colours.

9 – the number of tries Jones has scored for Wales.

53 – the number of Six Nations Tests Jones has played in for Wales.

16 – the number of World Cup games Jones has played in.

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