Another year ticked off, another year where the Football League has flourished. Attendances, both home and away have been solid and the football in all three divisions has been breathtaking at times. Here, courtesy of the FL, we look at some of 2014’s most interesting statistics.

Most points in 2014 – Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Fewest games lost – Bristol Rovers and Preston North End

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Most games won – Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Most goals scored – Bournemouth

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Fewest goals conceded – Middlesbrough

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Best home record – Brentford

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Fewest home games lost – Preston North End

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Most goals scored at home – Derby County

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Most goals conceded at home – Birmingham City

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Best away record % – York City

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Most away wins – Rochdale

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Most away goals scored – Rochdale

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Most home goals per match – Birmingham City

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Least home goals per match – Southend United

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