Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves: The Grand Final in numbers

Sean O'Loughlin and Chris Hill with the Super League trophy
Sean O'Loughlin and Chris Hill with the Super League trophy

Super League’s Grand Final comes of age on Saturday when Wigan and Warrington meet in the 21st title decider at Old Trafford.

Here, we take a look at the numbers.

1 Warrington are seeking their maiden Grand Final victory and their first league title for 63 years.

3 Wigan will face Warrington for the third time in six years at Old Trafford, with the Wolves hoping to make it third time lucky. Warrington also lost 8-0 to Wigan at Old Trafford in the 1987

Premiership Final in which current coach Shaun Wane played at prop.

5 Wigan are aiming for a fifth win in their 10th Grand Final appearance.

9 The Warriors will go into the game on the back of a nine-match winning run.

10 The Warriors will equal St Helens’ record of 10 Grand Final appearances. A loss would see Wigan set a new record for most defeats with six.

11 Former Bradford and Leeds forward Jamie Peacock holds the record for most Grand Final appearances.

24 Josh Charnley scored 162 tries in 171 appearances for Wigan before switching codes and has 24 tries so far in 27 matches for Warrington.

48 The highest aggregate score in a Grand Final was set in 2011 when Leeds defeated St Helens 32-16.

63 Warrington are aiming to win the league title for the first time in 63 years, having beaten Oldham 7-3 in the championship final at Maine Road in 1955.