The 2014/15 Football League regular season has come to an end and we've pulled out all the need-to-know statistics!Sky Bet League 1 champions Bristol City posted the highest points tally across the three divisions, with 99. That was closely followed by Sky Bet League 2 winners Burton Albion (94) and League 1 runners-up Milton Keynes Dons (91).
Bristol City's 29 victories saw them post an impressive League-high win percentage of 63. Burton's 28 victories gave them a 61 per cent win rate while MK Dons, Shrewsbury Town and Watford all won 27 matches (59 per cent).
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Karl Robinson's Dons gained promotion to the Sky Bet Championship on a dramatic final day of the season, when they overcame Yeovil Town 5-1. That comfortable triumph took their season's goal haul to 101, which was the best in The Football League.
Eddie Howe's Bournemouth notched 98 goals on their way to the Premier League, while Burton (69) were the top scorers in Sky Bet League 2, followed by Northampton Town and Shrewsbury (67).
The Shrews top the table for the most clean sheets kept in The League (23), though, sharing that accolade with Southend United, and it's no surprise that Micky Mellon's men conceded the fewest goals overall (31).
The Football League's draw specialists crown goes to York City, who shared the spoils on 19 occasions on their way to an 18th-placed finish in Sky Bet League 2, while League 1's Rochdale notched the fewest draws (6).
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