REVIEW-OF-THE-YEAR: Peterborough United's highs and lows in 2017-18
What were the Peterborough United highlights from last season...?
1) Beating Cobblers at home (again).
2) Beating Cobblers away (again)
3) Steven Taylor and Junior Morias clearing the snow off the pitch in the Walsall home match.
4) Finishing above Cobblers for the 10th season in a row.
5) The atmosphere and the entertainment at Lincoln in the much-maligned Checkatrade Trophy.
6) The all-round team performance in the FA Cup at Aston Villa.
7) The Posh fans’ performance in the FA Cup tie at Villa Park.
8) Jack Marriott’s late winner against Wigan at home to cap a breathtaking contest.
9) Marcus Maddison’s remarkable goal against Shrewsbury at the ABAX Stadium.
10) The arrival of a Posh manager in Steve Evans who doesn’t treat the press with suspicion, not yet anyway.
Posh 2017-18 season review:
Biggest gates (home)
13,193 v Leicester City, FA Cup.
8,619 v Northampton, League One.
7,622 v Plymouth, League One
7,061 v Bradford City, League One.
6,465 v MK Dons, League One.
Lowest gates (home)
1,707 v Southend, Checkatrade.
2,282 v Southampton, Checkatrade.
2,531 v Walsall, League One
2,725 v Barnet, League Cup.
2,745 v Northampton, Checkatrade.
Biggest gates (away)
21,677 v Aston Villa, FA Cup.
21,220 v Bradford City, League One.
18,118 v Portsmouth, League One.
Lowest gates (away).
2,273 v Fleetwood, League One.
2,253 v Luton, Checkatrade.
2,555 v AFC Wimbledon, League One.
According to Sky Bet, Posh were 15th in the League One attendance table with an average home gate for League One matches of 5,669.