MILLWALL were the eighth highest scorers in the Football League last season, according to Football League statistics released this week.
Seventy-three league goals ensured a top 10 finish for the Lions, with champions Wigan and free-scoring Peterborough the only League One clubs ahead of them.
Along with seven other teams, Neil Harris' men were placed sixth in the most wins category with 24 victories – only runners-up Burton won more (25).
Clean sheets are a good base for a successful side and in Jordan Archer's breakthrough season, the Lions claimed 17 – the fifth best in League One – behind Bradford, Burton, Scunthorpe and Wigan.
In addition to that, a goal difference of +24 – the club's best since the 2009-10 campaign – saw Millwall finish as the best of the rest in that category. Wigan ran away with top spot with +37, the joint second best in the country.
There were generic lexapro gluten free 1,656 goals scored over 4,266 games across the three divisions of the Sky Bet Football League in 2015-16 – twenty of those came from Lee Gregory, the twelfth-highest marksman among all 72 clubs.
His 18 goals in the regular season, along with two in the play-off semi-finals, were backed up by seven more in cup competitions.
That meant the number nine ended the campaign as the club's most prolific front-man since manager Neil Harris in the 2000-01 title-winning campaign.
Thirteen wins and three draws at The Den meant that the Lions secured 61% of the points on offer at home over the course of the season – a considerable improvement on recent years – whilst 11 wins and six draws on the road secured 57% of the points on offer.
The Lions' final points tally of 81 was split 52% and 48% home and away respectively.
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