Wales will equal their longest unbeaten run in Test history if they beat Six Nations opponents Italy on Saturday.
Warren Gatland’s men have won 10 games in a row, and one more victory will matching the sequence set between 1907 and 1910.
Here, Press Association Sport crunches the numbers of the two achievements.
WALES – 11 SUCCESSIVE WINS (March 1907-January 1910)
29 – the points Wales scored in a victory over Ireland that started the run.
4 – the number of tries Reggie Gibbs scored in a 36-4 win against France.
6 – the number of different venues Wales played at.
17 – the number of tries wing Johnny Williams scored in his 17-game international career.
49 – the number of points Wales scored in their first Five Nations fixture against France in January 1910.
2 – the number of Four Nations Grand Slams Wales won between 1907 and 1910.
246 – the total number of points Wales scored in winning 11 successive games.
65 – the total number of points Wales conceded.
11 – the number of points England scored at Twickenham to end Wales’ run.
109 – the number of years Wales’ longest unbeaten run has stood for.
WALES – 10 SUCCESSIVE WINS (March 2018-present)
2 – the number of times Wales have beaten each of France, South Africa and Argentina during the run.
6 – the number of tries wing George North has scored.
7 – the number of different countries Wales have beaten (Italy, France, South Africa, Argentina, Scotland, Australia and Tonga).
17 – the number of different Wales players who have scored tries.
347 – days since Wales lost a Test match.
5 – the number of different venues Wales played at.
50 – Wales’ biggest points margin during the run (74-24 against Tonga).
275 – the total number of points Wales scored in winning 10 successive games.
139 – the total number of points Wales conceded.
24 – the most points scored against Wales during the run (by Tonga).
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