Springbok match-winner Morné Steyn is set to continue his record-breaking form on Saturday.
Steyn, who will feature for the Bulls against the Lions in a crucial match at Loftus Versfeld, has scored more points than any other South African player in Super Rugby (1181 points) and could extend that record on Saturday.
He also holds the record for penalties (214), conversions (206) and the tournament record for drop goals (24).
Steyn also hold the Super Rugby record for most points in a season, while he is second behind All Black Dan Carter on the list of all-time points scorers.
Some Super Rugby records:
Most points in a season:
263 - Morné Steyn, Bulls (2010)
Most tries in a season:
15 - Joe Roff (1997) and Rico Gear (2005)
Most conversions in a season:
51 - Stirling Mortlock, Brumbies (2004)
Most penalty goals in a season:
51 - Morné Steyn, Bulls (2010)
Most dropped goals in a season:
11 - Morné Steyn (2009)
Most career points:
1,289 - Daniel Carter, Crusaders (2001-08, 2010-present)
1,181 - Morné Steyn, Bulls (2005-present)
1,036 - Stirling Mortlock, Brumbies (1998-2010), Rebels (2011)
Most career conversions
211 - Dan Carter, Crusaders
Most career penalties
230 - Daniel Carter, Crusaders
Most career drop-goals
24 - Morné Steyn, Bulls