FOUR LEEDS Rhinos players could achieve a personal milestone against Wigan Warriors tonight.
Kallum Watkins is set to play his 200th game for Leeds and fellow centre Jimmy Keinhorst is one appearance away from a career century.
Keinhorst, who has been named in Rhinos’ squad despite suffering a knee injury against Huddersfield Giants last week, has played 68 times for Leeds since 2012, to go with 24 appearances for Hunslet and seven with Wakefield.
Second-rower Carl Ablett, who made his debut in 2004, is one appearance away from 250. His career total includes 244 games for Leeds and five for London Broncos.
Half-back/hooker Rob Burrow’s next Super League game will be his 413th, lifting him to sixth on the competition’s all-time list of appearances.
Brett Delaney is back in contention for Rhinos following a groin injury and Josh Walters and Ash Handley are also vying for a call-up, with Jordan Baldwinson left out from last week’s team. Forwards Ryan Sutton (eye) and Liam Farrell (calf) and centre Oliver Gildart (shoulder) could return from injury for Wigan.