-28 - Relegated duo Bury and Hartlepool United shared the accolade of finishing the season with the worst goal difference in the division.

1 - Five teams had just one player sent off this season; Crewe Alexandra, Coventry City, Swindon Town, Leyton Orient and Bournemouth.

5 - Scunthorpe United ended the season with just five clean sheets, the division's lowest total.

7 - Notts County had seven players sent off over the course of the season, the highest in the division.

9 - Two sides shared the accomplishment of suffering the fewest league losses, with Sheffield United and Brentford tasting defeat on just nine occasions.

10 - Ten players appeared in all 46 league games - Crawley Town's Mat Sadler and Paul Jones, Doncaster Rovers' Tommy Spurr, Hartlepool United goalkeeper Scott Flinders, Milton Keynes Dons' Darren Potter, Notts County's Gary Liddle, Shrewsbury Town's Chris Weale, Swindon Town stopper Wes Foderingham, Tranmere Rovers' Zoumana Bakayogo and Walsall forward Jamie Paterson.

13 - Oldham Athletic attacker Jose Baxter hit the woodwork 13 times, the most by any player.

18 - Sheffield United were this season's League 1 draw specialists, with 18, closely followed by Walsall, Notts County and Preston North End, who all picked up 17.

20 - Doncaster Rovers' David Cotterill took the award for the most assists, putting the ball on a plate for his team-mates on 20 occasions.

21 - Sheffield United registered the most clean sheets this season, beating Milton Keynes Dons by one.

23 - Carlisle United may feel hard done by this season as they hit the frame of the goal more than any other team in the division.

24 - Paddy Madden notched 24 league goals this season for Yeovil Town - including a cracker in the Play-Off Final against Brentford - to take the division's top scorer accolade.

26 - Hartlepool United used the fewest players over the course of the season.

28 - Just under 30 players managed to get into double figures for goals scored this term.

46 - Portsmouth used the most players during the campaign, with 46 different names pulling on the Pompey shirt.

64 - Walsall's Jamie Paterson had more shots on target that anyone else in the division, beating Jose Baxter's tally of 60 by four.

73 - Sheffield United striker Dave Kitson, Marvin Morgan of Shrewsbury Town, and Scunthorpe United's Jimmy Ryan committed the most fouls over the course of the season.

88 - Oldham picked up the most yellow cards.

174 - Stevenage had the fewest shots on target this term in League 1.

332 - Coventry City, meanwhile, had the most shots on target.

386 - Crewe Alexandra committed the least number of fouls.

600 - Preston North End had the highest foul count.

2,749 - Bury had the lowest average attendance, closely followed by Stevenage.

18,611 - Sheffield United had the highest average attendance in the division.

23,431 - The highest gate of the season came at Bramall Lane as 23,431 people turned out to watch Sheffield United host promotion rivals Brentford in April.

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