Stoke City: You figure it out – Stoke's 2011/12 season in numbers
56: The number of matches Stoke have played since July. It is the 10th busiest season in the club's history. The lung-busting 70-game 1971/72 campaign ended with four matches in the Anglo-Italian Cup.
2: Stoke finished as the second Midlands club for their 10th time in their history. The Potters have never been first. West Bromwich Albion came out on top for the first time since 1969.
21,038: Miles covered by the Potters on the road in league and cup this season. That's 16,324 more than in 2010/11.
30.96: In miles per hour, the velocity of Peter Crouch's 25-yard wonder volley against Manchester City.
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0.95: Goals per league game. The fourth lowest average in the club's history in year's when Stoke haven't been relegated – higher than 1971/72 (0.93).
15: Goals from open play in the league.
1.44: Goals per cup game. That works out at 1.1 goals on average over the whole 56 matches.
10: Consecutive matches in English football's top 10 (from December 4, 2011 to January 31, 2012). Stoke's longest stretch since 1982.
3: Robert Huth's attempted passes in the 3-2 home defeat to Queens Park Rangers. Thought by stats gurus to be the lowest in Premier League history. Two were successful.
5,000: Stoke fans in Valencia. A conservative estimate by the club.
57: Yellow cards and two reds. The cleanest season since Stoke returned to the top flight in 2008 ... yet they still finished of bottom the Premier League's bizarrely-calculated fair play table. By the way, Arsenal accrued 61 yellows and four reds.
71: The total number of Stoke appearances from the bench by Ricardo Fuller, now the most used substitute in the club's history after overtaking Karl Henry (61).
27,789: The Britannia Stadium crowd against Bolton was Stoke's highest since returning to the top flight. The average attendance of 27,225 was the club's highest since 1963/64, Stoke's first season in the top flight under Tony Waddington. The sixth highest in Stoke's history.
4: Kenwyne Jones became Stoke's joint record scorer in competitive matches against continental opposition, drawing level with prolific Anglo-Italian Cup marksman Martin Carruthers.
97: Stoke were the only Premier League team to have fewer than 100 shots on target all season. A further 286 efforts missed the mark.
3: Stoke are the only club in the country to play in the FA Cup quarter-finals in each of the past three seasons. Before 2009/10, City had not reached that stage since 1972.
Compiled by PETER SMITH