The Season in Numbers 0 - League games in which ManYoo and Arsenal conceded more than two goals. Plus, games lost by Chelsea when Ricardo Carvalho was on the pitch. 1 - Win managed this season by Derby. Shame on you Newcastle. Plus; Fulham win achieved without Brian McBride (he was out for almost six months). 2 - Goals scored by Chelsea's Â£13.5m signing Florent Malouda. 3 - Clean sheets cobbled together by relegated clubs Derby and Birmingham. Plus, games in which ManYoo failed to score (v Reading, Man City and Bolton). 4 - Premier League goals scored by Derby's top scorer Kenny Miller. 5 - Points dropped at Old Trafford by Manchester United - in the opening-day draw with Reading and the derby defeat to Manchester City. Plus, games won by Liverpool in which Fernando Torres or Steven Gerrard failed to score. 6 - Wins for Fulham under Roy Hodgson in 18 league games in charge - a win rate roughly equal to Alan Curbishley's at West Ham over the whole season. 7 - Points picked up by Manchester City against Big Four sides, including a double over ManYoo. Plus, goals conceded in the final five minutes of games by Chelsea. 8 - Premier League clubs who have changed their manager this season. Plus, English players who made it to double scoring figures (that figure was six last season). 9 - Points picked up by West Ham in their last 12 games of the season. Only Derby ended the season in worse form. Plus, number of games won 1-0 by Chelsea. 10 - Points picked up by Newcastle against top-half opposition. Plus, number of league titles now won by Ryan Giggs. 11 - Yellow cards picked up by PL bad boys Nicky Butt, El Hadji Diouf and Michael Brown. 12 - Goals in as many games for Ronaldo in the Premier League season run-in. 13 - Goals scored by Tottenham substitutes - more than any other side. 15 - Tottenham games featuring four or more goals. Plus, number of scoring Arsenal players in the Premier League. 18 - Players who have started Premier League games for Aston Villa. 19 - Goal assists attributed to Cesc Fabregas by the Premier League website. 20 - Players given Premier League winner's medals this season - including Gerard Pique and Tomasz Kuszczak, who received special dispensation. 21 - Points gained by Arsenal from losing positions. 22 - Percentage of Everton's goals that came from their defenders. 24 - League goals scored by Fernando Torres in his first season of English football, beating the 'foreign newcomer' record set by Ruud van Nistelrooy. 27 - Goals scored in the final 15 minutes of games by Arsenal. 31 - League goals scored by Ronaldo this season. He joins Alan Shearer, Kevin Phillips and Thierry Henry in the 30-plus club. 33 - Points dropped from winning positions by Tottenham. 38 - Number of goals scored at Fratton Park and the JJB Stadium this season - the lowest total in the Premier League. 41 - Goals scored by Englishmen for Aston Villa. 57 - League goals scored by Rooney, Tevez and Ronaldo this season from a ManYoo total of 80. That's more goals than fifth-placed Everton. 71 - Goals scored by Aston Villa, making them more potent than either Liverpool or Chelsea. 80 - Number of goals scored at White Hart Lane this season in the league. 85 - Yellow cards picked up by Middlesbrough in 38 games. 93 - Fouls committed by Aston Villa's John Carew, who beat Kevin Davies into second place of that particular table. 777 - Number of minutes between Derby goals on September 29 and December 8. 1002 - Total number of goals scored in the division - the highest total since 2003/04. 3420 - Minutes played by Birmingham's Stephen Kelly to make him the only truly ever-present outfield player in the Premier League.