The best Opta stats round-up: Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal all included

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Even featuring League Two sides Plymouth, Portsmouth and Scunthorpe.

Yesterday OPTA took to Twitter to reveal a stat for the 2013/14 season for each of the 92 league clubs in England.

In this report we compile some of the most interesting ones that they posted in each division so you can find out your club's unique statistic for the last year.

Premier League

It is probably no great shock that West Ham had the lowest percentage of shots on target in England's top division, given their lack of talent in attacking, but below are some gems that are more surprising.

Manchester City - who converted the most percentage of their shots - won the Premier League this season, with Liverpool and Chelsea both coming up just short.

At the other end of the table, Swansea's struggles are highlighted by the fact about them below, but they still did enough to avoid the drop with their rivals Cardiff City being joined by Fulham and Norwich City in the relegation zone. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Championship

In England's second tier Leicester City were the pace-setters for much of the season and their title winning season was a reward for this.

They were joined by Burnley in the top two spots, whilst QPR won the playoffs and will return to the Premier League after Bobby Zamora's late winner against Derby at Wembley secured their promotion.

Yeovil Town were unsurprisingly relegated, given their budget in comparison to the rest of the division, and they will be joined in League One next season by Doncaster Rovers and Barnsley. 

 

 

 

 

League One

Wolves' dominance of the division was reflected by the fact that they had the most shots on target of any club, a major reason why they were so succesful during the campaign.

They will be joined in the Championship by Brentford and Rotherham after both those sides showed great consistency throughout the season.

Also exiting the division, albeit in a different direction, are Tranmere Rovers, Shrewsbury Town, Carlisle United and Stevenage.

 

 

 

 

League Two

England's fourth division was one of the hardest to call, with promotion and relegation both going right down to the wire and seeing a number of teams involved.

Chesterfield, who won the division, actually gave away the more penalties than any other side, but one of the reasons that Scunthorpe - who finished as runners-up - enjoyed such success is highlighted below.

Rochdale and Fleetwood will join the aforementioned pair in League One next year, whilst Bristol Rovers and Torquay United slipped out of the Football League

 

 

 

 

 

To view stats for every team in the Football League then click here to visit Opta's official Twitter feed.

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