Leeds Rhinos stars Ryan Bailey and Danny McGuire will both pass significant milestones if they are selected for this Saturday's trip to Wigan.
McGuire needs one appearance to reach 300 for his career. The half back made his Leeds debut against Salford at Headingley on 6 July, 2001 and has played in 271 games for the Rhinos since then.
McGuire has made 12 Test appearances for Great Britain (2004 & 2006-2007), and also played for the Lions in the 2006 Tri-Nations warm-up game against Newcastle Division.
He also has representative honours for England (7 games, 2008-2009); England 'A' (6 games, 2002-2003) and England under-21s (2 games, 2001).
Bailey needs one appearance to reach 250 for Leeds. The prop made his Rhinos debut against Wakefield at Belle Vue on 28 June, 2002. He has played in 14 major finals for the Rhinos and won five Grand Finals and two World titles to date.
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