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How many overseas players there are in your club’s first choice 13

Overseas players are often the added bit of class in a side that guide them to Super League glory.

Each team can have up to seven overseas players in their squads thanks to the quota spot rules and, in terms of English teams, only Salford Red Devils have a quota spot available for 2023.

Now every English side have confirmed their 2023 squad numbers and subsequently their strongest 13 on paper at least.

Based on this, we have looked at which 13s are most dominated by foreign stars.

St Helens unsurprisingly have the fewest with just two overseas players in their first 13.

Meanwhile, Leeds Rhinos and Huddersfield Giants have the most with six each with only Seb Ikahihifo and Sam Lisone not included in their first 13s.

Castleford Tigers: 4
Mahe Fonua, Bureta Faraimo, Jacob Miller, Kenny Edwards

Huddersfield Giants: 6
Esan Marsters, Kavin Naiqama, Tui Lolohea, Nathan Peats, Chris McQueen, Luke Yates

Hull FC: 4
Tex Hoy, Carlos Tuimavave, Jake Clifford, Ligi Sao, Chris Satae

Hull KR: 5
Lachlan Coote, Tom Opacic, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Sauaso Sue, Kane Linnett

Leeds Rhinos: 6
David Fusitu’a, Nene MacDonald, Blake Austin, Aidan Sezer, Zane Tetevano, Rhyse Martin

Leigh Leopards: 4
Ricky Leutele, Tom Amone, Edwin Ipape, John Asiata

Salford Red Devils: 5
Ken Sio, Tim Lafai, Brodie Croft, King Vuniyayawa, Sam Stone

St Helens: 2
Will Hopoate, Sione Mata’utia

Wakefield Trinity: 4
Jorge Taufua, Mason Lino, Jai Whitbread, Kelepi Tanginoa

Warrington Wolves: 5
Matt Dufty, Peter Mata’utia, Josh Drinkwater, Paul Vaughan, Josh McGuire

Wigan Warriors: 4
Jai Field, Bevan French, Cade Cust, Willie Isa

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