Every Premiership club’s most capped international player

Worcester can call upon the services of two players with over 90 caps – and we’ve highlighted each Premiership club’s most experienced international player.

Bath Rugby: Luke Charteris (72 caps for Wales)

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Francois Louw and Taulupe Faletau have both passes surpassed 50 caps but are both behind the giant Welsh second-row. Faletau (66), however, is only six behind so may overtake his countryman during the season.


Exeter Chiefs: Michele Campagnaro (32 caps for Italy)

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The Italian centre is facing a nine-month injury lay-off with knee ligament damage, meaning England winger Jack Nowell (31) will definitely overtake him.


Gloucester Rugby: Ben Morgan (44 caps for England)

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The bruising England powerhouse is top of the Cherry and Whites table with veterans Richard Hibbard (38) and Matt Scott (39) unlikely to overtake him anytime soon.


Harlequins: Adam Jones (95 caps for Wales)

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Winning over 100 caps when you combine his Lions and Wales outings, Jones is an absolute legend of the modern game. Fellow countryman Jamie Roberts is his nearest countryman while Mike Brown, Joe Marler, James Horwill, Chris Robshaw and Danny Care have also won well over 50 caps.

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