By Dylan Cleaver and Chris Knox
Here's one for the rugby anoraks: What links Scotland forward Bill Maclagan and the prince of centres Philippe Sella?
Too easy, right?
Of course, they were international rugby's most capped players (respectively) at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The only difference between them – apart from nationality, age, position, food preferences, modes of transport and, oh everything apart from footy – was that one of them led the charts on the first day of 1900 with just 29 tests, the other had accrued 111 by January 1, 2000.
There might be