-25 - Bristol City finished with the lowest goal difference in the division, scoring 59 and conceding 84.
13 - Thirteen players featured in all 46 league matches for their respective teams but only three were outfield players; Blackburn Rovers' Scott Dann, Derby County's Richard Keogh and Ipswich Town's Aaron Cresswell. The 10 goalkeepers that were ever-present this term were Birmingham City's Jack Butland, Burnley's Lee Grant, Cardiff City's David Marshall, Crystal Palace's Julian Speroni, Huddersfield Town's Alex Smithies, Leeds United's Paddy Kenny, Kasper Schmeichel of Leicester City, Middlesbrough's Jason Steele, Peterborough United's Robert Olejnik and Sheffield Wednesday's Chris Kirkland.
14 - Blackpool's Tom Ince takes the award for the most assists, putting the ball on a plate for his team-mates on 14 occasions.
14 - Just 14 points separated the Play-Off places and the relegation zone - Leicester City occupied sixth in the table with 68 points, while Peterborough United's tally of 54 points saw them finish in the bottom three. Last term, that tally would have seen Posh finish 14 points clear of the danger zone.
18 - Brighton and Hove Albion were the Championship's draw specialists with 18, closely followed by Blackpool with 17.
18 - Cardiff City registered the most clean sheets this season, beating Brighton to the accolade by one.
25 - The woodwork denied Cardiff more than any other team in the division.
26 - Derby manager Nigel Clough used the fewest amount of players with just 26 players turning out for the Rams over their 46 matches.
29 - Just under 30 players managed to get into double figures for goals scored this term.
30 - Crystal Palace's prolific striker Glenn Murray was crowned the division's top scorer. Although he didn't play a part in the Play-Off Final, his 30-goal tally helped the Eagles get to Wembley, and earn their place in the Premier League for next season.
42 - Ipswich Town used the most players during the season with 42 different names pulling on the Tractor Boys' shirt.
82 - Blackpool's Tom Ince had more shots on target that anyone else, beating Chris Eagles' tally of 79 by three.
90 - Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall picked up the most yellow cards.
195 - Huddersfield Town struggled to hit the target this season, registering just 195 goal-bound shots.
325 - Leicester City had the most shots on target during the campaign.
384 - Bristol City committed the fewest number of fouls.
541 - At the other end of the spectrum, Sheffield Wednesday committed the most fouls.
8,215 - Peterborough United had the lowest average attendance, followed by Barnsley and Millwall.
26,236 - Brighton had the highest average attendance in the division.
33,010 - The highest gate of the season came at Pride Park as 33,010 people turned out in January to watch Derby County host Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest.
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