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Not surprisingly this is dominated by players of the modern era as many more tests are played each year than there used to be. Whilst Jason Robinson, Josh Lewsey, Iain Balshaw all have more England Caps: Robinson - 51, 5 Lions, Rugby League: 12 GB, 7 Eng and 1 Rest of World Lewsey - 55 Eng and 3 Lions Balshaw - 35 Eng and 3 lions All those three won a significant amount of their caps at wing so it is someone who is often called the forgotten man of English Rugby who has the most caps at fullback: Matt Perrywho has 36 and 3 lions who takes that particular award.

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