2.80 - There were 2.80 goals per game on average this season; the highest ratio in Premier League history
1968 - The last English top-flight season to see a higher goals-per-game rate than 2010-11 (2.80) was 1967-68 (3.03).
3.09 - On average, Premier League games in May produced the most goals per game (3.09) this season.
2.28 - In October, the Premier League goals per game ratio was only 2.28; the lowest of any month this season.
9 - Carlos Tevez scored the first goal of the game on nine occasions in the Premier League this season; more often than any other player.
3420 - Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel and Everton full-back Leighton Baines were the only two outfield players to play every single minute of the 2010/11 Premier League season.
18 - Robin van Persie equalled the Premier League record of 18 goals scored in a season from January 1 onwards held by Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo.
1 - Only one opposition side scored a first half goal at Old Trafford this season, that coming in Man Utd's final game - Charlie Adam for Blackpool.
20 - The top goalscorer award was shared by Carlos Tevez and Dimitar Berbatov, the first time it has been shared since 1998-99 (Owen/Hasselbaink/Yorke 18)
191 - There were fewer clean sheets in the Premier League this season than any other campaign.
4 - Blackburn would have finished fourth if only first halves counted in 2010-11.
23 - Newcastle's Nile Ranger was the most used substitute in the division, 23 times.
19 - Jerome Thomas, Andrey Arshavin and Jermaine Pennant were all substituted 19 times, more than any other player this season.
20 - Matthew Jarvis took part in more Premier League defeats than any other player this season.
6 - Tim Cahill, Andy Carroll and Kenwyne Jones all scored a season-high six headed goals.
5 - Carlos Tevez scored the most braces (two goals) this season, five times.
7 - Seven players played in the Premier League this season who were born after the competition started in August 1992.
1 - The youngest player to play in the Premier League in 2010-11 was Liverpool's Jack Robinson, born on September 1 1993.