There have been 25 Grand Finals in Super League history and only four clubs have had the pleasure of securing Grand Final glory.
St Helens have won nine Grand Finals, Leeds Rhinos have won eight, Wigan Warriors have won five and Bradford Bulls won the other three.
Of the 25 Grand Final winning teams, 24 have something in common.
They all had at least one English halfback. In fact there has only been one team in Super League history who won the Grand Final with an all overseas halfback pairing an that was the Bradford Bulls in 2001.
Ironically they were brothers in the shape of Henry and Robbie Paul.
This could make concerning reading for Leeds Rhinos fans who currently have two Australian halfbacks.
If they end their six year wait for Grand Final glory in 2023, they will also break a 22 year hoodoo.
Here is every halfback partnership to win the Grand Final.
1998 Wigan Warriors: Henry Paul and Tony Smith
1999 St Helens: Paul Sculthorpe and Tommy Martyn
2000 St Helens: Tommy Martyn and Sean Long
2001 Bradford Bulls: Henry Paul and Robbie Paul
2002 St Helens: Paul Sculthorpe and Sean Long
2003 Bradford Bulls: Karl Pratt and Paul Deacon
2004 Leeds Rhinos: Kevin Sinfield and Danny McGuire
2005 Bradford Bulls: Iestyn Harris and Paul Deacon
2006 St Helens: Leon Pryce and Sean Long
2007 Leeds Rhinos: Danny McGuire and Rob Burrow
2008 Leeds Rhinos: Danny McGuire and Rob Burrow
2009 Leeds Rhinos: Danny McGuire and Rob Burrow
2010 Wigan Warriors: Paul Deacon and Thomas Leuluai
2011 Leeds Rhinos: Kevin Sinfield and Danny McGuire
2012 Leeds Rhinos: Kevin Sinfield and Danny McGuire
2013 Wigan Warriors: Blake Green and Matty Smith
2014 St Helens: Lance Hohaia and Mark Flanagan
2015 Leeds Rhinos: Kevin Sinfield and Danny McGuire
2016 Wigan Warriors: George Williams and Matty Smith
2017 Leeds Rhinos: Joel Moon and Danny McGuire
2018 Wigan Warriors: George Williams and Thomas Leuluai
2019 St Helens: Jonny Lomax and Theo Fages
2020 St Helens: Jonny Lomax and Theo Fages
2021 St Helens: Jonny Lomax and Lewis Dodd
2022 St Helens: Jonny Lomax and Jack Welsby