If you were asked who is the most carded player in Premier League history, the number one would probably not be far from a lot of people's lips - Gareth Barry.
The new West Brom signing is the most carded player in Premier League history, picking up 119 yellows and six reds over the course of his league career. That's a total of 125 cards, far more than any other player in the competition's 25-year history.
Lee Bowyer, now Charlton Athletic assistant manager, comes in second with 99 yellows and four reds (103 in total).
But if we were to ask who has the worst games-per-card record of any player with more than 20 Premier League appearances to his name, you might struggle a bit more.
Well, Barry has picked up a card at the rate of one every five matches. That's the 526th worst record out of the 2,651 players to have picked up at least one Premier League yellow card since 1992.
Bowyer picked up a card at the rate of one every 3.9 games (244th worst record).
The worst record for a player who has made at least 20 appearances in the division belongs to former Queens Park Rangers man Samba Diakité. The former Hoops midfielder picked up nine yellows and two reds in the 23 games he played for the Rs. That works out at an average of one card every 2.1 matches.
The late Cheick Tioté has the worst record for a player who appeared in at least a full season's worth of games (38). The former Newcastle hard man picked up 52 yellows and one red in his 138 Premier League games for the Magpies. That works out at one card every 2.6 matches.
That's only marginally worse than ex Derby County bruiser Igor Stimac though whose 35 yellows and two reds across 100 games works out at one every 2.7 matches.