The best games, the best goals, the best displays and the stats from Peterborough United’s outstanding 2020-21 season

The facts and figures from the 2020-21 season (all competitions).

Tuesday, 11th May 2021, 7:23 am
Frankie Kent made the most Posh appearances in the 2020-21 season. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PLAYING RECORD

(Overall)

P55 W30 D11 L14 F103 A59

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Dan Butler's goal of the season contender for Posh at Bristol Rovers.

(Home)

P29 W18 D6 L5 F68 A31

(Away)

P26 W12 D5 L9 F35 A28

Harrison Burrows scores his first Posh goal at Burton Albion.

MOST APPEARANCES

(Maximum 55, including subs)

50 Frankie Kent, 49 Mark Beevers, 49 Jonson Clarke-Harris, 46 Siriki Dembele, 46 Sammie Szmodics, 45 Dan Butler, 45 Christy Pym, 44 Reece Brown, 43 Nathan Thompson, 40 Jack Taylor, 40 Joe Ward

GOALSCORERS

(103 scored)

33 Jonson Clarke-Harris, 16 Sammie Szmodics, 13 Siriki Dembele, 7 Jack Taylor, 5 Mo Eisa, 5 Joe Ward, 3 Flynn Clarke,

2 Reece Brown, 2 Idris Kanu, 2 Frankie Kent, 2 Niall Mason, 2 Nathan Thompson, 1 George Boyd, 1 Ryan Broom, 1 Dan Butler, 1 Harrison Burrows, 1 Ethan Hamilton, 1 Ricky-Jade Jones, 1 Louis Reed, 1 Serhat Tasdemir. Plus 3 own goals.

NB: Ryan Broom, Reece Brown, Harrison Burrows, Flynn Clarke, Jonson Clarke-Harris, Ethan Hamilton, Niall Mason, Serhat Tasdemir and Nathan Thompson all scored their first goals for Posh during the 2020-21 season.

MOST CAUTIONS

(66 in total)

13 Nathan Thompson, 9 Mark Beevers, 9 Frankie Kent, 7 Siriki Dembele, 7 Jack Taylor, 7 Ethan Hamilton, 6 Dan Butler

5 Reece Brown.

NB: Thompson and Hamilton totals include two yellows in the same game.

BIGGEST WINS

(Home)

7-0 v Accrington (League), 5-1 v Portsmouth (Trophy), 5-1 v Shrewsbury (League), 4-1 v Rochdale (League), 3-0 v AFC Wimbledon (League), 3-0 v MK Dons (League), 3-0 v West Ham U21s (Trophy)

(Away)

4-1 v Doncaster (League), 3-0 v Plymouth (League), 3-0 v Swindon (League), 3-1 v Gillingham (League), 2-0 v Bristol Rovers (League), 2-0 v Northampton (League)

BIGGEST DEFEAT

(Home)

1-3 v Hull (League)

NB: No other home defeat by more than one goal.

(Away)

1-3 v Blackpool (League), 0-2 v Accrington (League), 0-2 v Crewe (League), 0-2 v Portsmouth (League), 0-2 v Shrewsbury (League).

BEST PERFORMANCES

(All League)

1) 2-1 v Charlton (home), 2) 2-1 v Ipswich (League), 3) 1-0 v Charlton (League), 4) 3-0 v Plymouth (away), 5) 7-0 v Accrington (home), 6) 4-1 v Doncaster (away).

WORST PERFORMANCES

(League unless stated)

1) 1-2 v Chorley (home, FA Cup), 2) 1-3 v Blackpool (away), 3) 1-2 v Wimbledon (away), 4) 3-3 v Rochdale (away)

5) 0-0 v Portsmouth (away).

BEST GAMES

(League unless stated)

1) 3-3 v Lincoln (home), 2) 4-2 v Fulham (home, Trophy), 3) 3-3 v Burton (home, Trophy), 4) 2-2 v Burton (home),

5) 2-2 v Doncaster (home)

WORST GAMES

(League unless stated)

1) 0-1 v Cheltenham (home, EFL Cup), 2) 1-0 v Portsmouth (home), 3) 1-0 v Ipswich (away), 4) 1-0 v Wigan (away)

5) 1-2 v Wimbledon (away).

BEST GOALS

(League, unless stated)

1) Dan Butler (Bristol R, away), 2) Jack Taylor (Plymouth, away), 3) Joe Ward (Ipswich, home), 4) Siriki Dembele (Rochdale, away), 5) Jack Taylor (Fleetwood, away), 6) Flynn Clarke (Cambridge, away, Trophy), 7) Jack Taylor (Fleetwood, home), 8) Mo Eisa (Doncaster, away), 9) Joe Ward (Ipswich, home).