-34 - Rochdale finished with the lowest goal difference in the division, scoring 47 and conceding 81.

-1 - Carlisle United conceded one more goal than they scored, 66, to leave them with a goal difference of -1. The Cumbrians were the highest-placed club with a negative goal difference, finishing eighth.

2 - Exeter City and Rochdale were the two clubs with the lowest away win count of two. Their respective poor away forms culminated in them both being relegated to npower League 2.

3 - Colchester United's Anthony Wordsworth, Sheffield United's Lee Williamson and Notts County's Jeff Hughes are the three highest scoring midfielders, all tied on 13.

5 - Charlton Athletic lost just five games all season, twice at The Valley and three times on the road.

5 - The amount of goals Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes bagged in one game against Wycombe Wanderers back in January, it was one more than he'd scored against Sheffield Wednesday three weeks earlier.

8 - Rochdale picked up just eight wins in 46 matches to finish bottom of the pile.

13 - Yeovil Town's Ed Upson and Preston North End's Paul Coutts were the most booked players in the division, having their names taken by the men in black no less than 13 times each.

14 - Sheffield United's Stephen Quinn picked up the award for the most assists, with 14. One more than nearest rival, Brentford's Clayton Donaldson.

17 - Exeter had the worst form on the road, losing 17 times.

15 - Charlton were the best travellers in the division, picking up 15 victories away from home.

20 - Exeter City may count themselves slightly unlucky having hit the woodwork 20 times, Carlisle United found the bar or post on 19 occasions.

20 - Unsurprisingly, Champions Charlton kept the most clean sheets in the division. Ben Hamer kept 18 with John Sullivan responsible for the other two.

21 - Stuart Beavon notched 21 goals as Wycombe Wanderers were relegated to League 2 - that's a third of all their goals in the league season.

22 - Scunthorpe United were the draw specialists of League 1, picking up a single point on 22 occasions.

25 - Wycombe Wanderers lost 25 times over the course of the season, the highest amount of defeats. The other three sides that were eventually relegated, who all finished with a tally of 24 defeats, closely followed them.

35 - Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes bagged 35 goals to win the top goal scorer award, nearly half of the Terriers' total goals.

40 - Graham Alexander decided to hang his boots up, aged 40. He brought his 22-year career to an end by scoring a last-gasp equaliser for Preston North End against Charlton Athletic.

46 - Exeter were the lowest scorers in the division, finding the net just 46 times.

47 - Preston's first campaign back in npower League 1 was a tricky one and it's no surprise they used the most amount of players throughout the season.

48 - Bournemouth scored just two more goals than relegated Exeter but managed to finish 11th.

80 - The approximate number of yards Preston North End's goalkeeper Iain Turner's goal-kick covered when he scored against Notts County.

88 - Wycombe Wanderers conceded a whopping 88 goals in their 46 games, that's nearly two goals per match.

89 - Sheffield Wednesday's Jose Vitor Semedo committed the most fouls in the division, 89 in total, and picked up eight yellow cards in the process.

92 - Sheffield United found the net more than any other side, but failed to secure automatic promotion. It was a similar story last term, as Peterborough United scored 106 goals but failed to go up automatically. The Posh eventually won promotion via the Play-Offs.

101 - Charlton Athletic broke the 100-point barrier to win the npower League 1 title and earn themselves a spot in the Championship. The Addicks collected six points more than last year's champions Brighton & Hove Albion.

130 - Ched Evans had 130 shots over the course of the season, 80 hit the target whilst 50 went high or wide. He also hit the woodwork more than any other player, seven times in total.

398 - Hartlepool United took the least amount of shots with just 398. 196 hit the target whilst 202 missed. They only managed 50 goals, giving them a goal every eight shots.

549 - Notts County took the most shots in the division, with 268 hitting the target and 281 ending up off target. They scored 75 goals which gives them a goal just over every seven shots.

575 - Preston North End and Sheffield Wednesday committed the most fouls during the season, and Preston picked up the most yellow cards, 89.

38,082 - Sheffield Wednesday secured promotion with a final-day win over Wycombe Wanderers and the attendance at Hillsborough that day was a season-high. The Owls averaged 21,336 over the course of the campaign.

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