REVIEW OF THE SEASON: Biggest wins, biggest defeats, best and worst performances

Posh star Marcus Maddison celebrates his goal against Millwall with team-mates Jack Baldwin (left) and Chris Forrester.
Posh star Marcus Maddison celebrates his goal against Millwall with team-mates Jack Baldwin (left) and Chris Forrester.
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My personal review of Peterborough United’s season will appear in Thursday’s (May 4) Peterborough Telegraph.

Here are some stats from the 2016-17 season as well as some personal highlights/lowlights.

Action from Posh's heaviest defeat of the season against Norwich City in the Checkatrade Trophy.

Action from Posh's heaviest defeat of the season against Norwich City in the Checkatrade Trophy.

Biggest wins

5-1 v Millwall (home)

5-2 v Chesterfield (home)

3-0 v Northampton (home)

3-0 v Port Vale (away)

Plus 7 by two goals.

Biggest defeats

1-6 v Norwich (home).

0-4 v MK Dons (home)

1-5 v Bury (away)

0-3 v Bolton (away)

1-4 v Southend (home)

1-4 v Chelsea (away).

Best performances

5-1 v Millwall (home)

2-0 v Charlton (away)

1-0 v Bolton (home)

3-1 v Bury (home)

4-2 v Bristol Rovers (home)

Worst performances

0-2 v Fleetwood (away)

0-2 v Oldham (away)

0-4 v MK Dons (home)

1-5 v Bury (away)

0-1 v Coventry (away)

League 1 doubles (won): 4 v Rochdale (3-1 & 3-2); Bristol R (4-2 & 2-1), Charlton (2-0 & 2-0), Cobblers (3-0 & 1-0),

League 1 doubles (lost): 4 v Bradford C (0-1 & 0-1), Oxford (1-2 & 1-2), Fleetwood (1-2 & 0-2), Sheffield Utd (0-1 & 0-1).

Longest winning run: 5 games: v Bristol Rovers (away), Chesham (home), Barnet (away), Bolton (home), Northampton (away).

Longest unbeaten run: 6 games: v Chesterfield (home), Charlton (away), Notts County (home), Gillingham (home), Coventry (home), Scunthorpe (away).

Longest losing run: 3 games v Millwall (away), Bradford City (away), Oxford (home).

Longest run without a win: 8 games v Norwich (home), Swindon (home), Port Vale (home), Sheff Utd (away), Walsall (home), Shrewsbury (away), Southend (away), MK Dons (home).