-37 - Doncaster Rovers finished with the lowest goal difference in the league, scoring 43 and conceding 80.

0 - Brighton & Hove Albion were the only team in the whole of the npower Championship to score as many goals as they conceded throughout the campaign.

1 - Coventry City managed just one away win all season, culminating in their relegation to League 1.

1 - Birmingham City were defeated just once on home soil during the campaign. The loss came against Nottingham Forest in February.

8 - Billy Sharp scored eight goals in the final eight games of the campaign to fire Southampton into the Premier League.

8 - The number of players who played in all of the 46 league games. Two names came from Reading whilst the other players appeared for Burnley, Cardiff City, Coventry, Derby County, Leicester City and Nottingham Forest.

9 - Leicester and Leeds United were on the receiving end of no less than nine red cards.

9 - Peter Whittingham hit the woodwork nine times but still managed to score 12 goals.

10 - Leicester City gave away more penalties than anyone else in the division.

16 - Birmingham City's Chris Burke takes the award for the most assists, putting the ball on a plate for his team-mates on 16 occasions. As well as setting up the goals, Burke has also found the net 13 times, the highest total of goals for a midfielder.

18 - Malky Mackay's men are the Championship's draw specialists, with 18, closely followed by Crystal Palace, who picked up 17.

26 - Middlesbrough may feel hard done by this season, hitting the frame of the goal more than any other side in the division.

26 - Unsurprisingly, League 1-bound Doncaster Rovers were on the receiving end of the most defeats. 11 came at the Keepmoat Stadium, with the other 15 coming on the road.

27 - Rickie Lambert finished as the division's top goal scorer, finding the net no less than 27 times.

43 - Doncaster used the most players over the 46 matches, with 43 different names pulling on the red and white shirt over the course of the season.

69 - Reading scored fewer goals than any other side in the top five, 69, but managed to top the division thanks to a steady backline that conceded just 41 times, the best defensive record in the league.

72 - Middlesbrough's Barry Robson, Watford's Jonathon Hogg and Reading's Mikele Leigertwood committed the most fouls over the course of the season. All three players were penalised 72 times.

85 - Southampton were the highest scorers in the division, four ahead of promotion-rivals West Ham United.

92 - Gus Poyet's Brighton & Hove Albion picked up the most yellow cards.

127 - Lukas Jutkiewicz went for goal more than any other player; 56 of his shots were on target whilst 71 sailed high or wide. He scored 11 goals in total, giving him a goal every 11.5 shots.

607 - Burnley had more shots than any other side; 299 hit the target whilst 308 didn't. They found the net 61 times over the course of the season giving them a goal every 9.9 shots.

314 - Ipswich Town had the most shots on target.

352 - Blackpool committed the least number of fouls.

558 - At the other end of the spectrum, Portsmouth committed the most fouls.

9,110 - Peterborough United have the lowest average attendance, closely followed by Doncaster.

30,923 - West Ham United have the highest average attendance in the league, 4,000 more than their nearest rivals Southampton.

35,000 - Unsurprisingly, the highest gate of the season came at Upton Park as 35,000 people crammed in to watch the Hammers against Hull City in April.

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