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2013/14: In Numbers

9 // Stoke City secured a first ever top-half finish in the Premier League when ninth place was secured following victory over West Bromwich Albion on the final day of the season. It's the Club's highest position in the top flight since 1975.

14 // The defeat of Pepe Mel's side equalled the most amount of wins in a Premier League season since 2010/11.

50 // Victory over the Baggies meant the Club reached the 50-point mark for the first ever time, a record Premier League points haul.

1 // Mark Hughes' men are the highest placed team in the Midlands for the first time in its history and 125 years of League football.

39 // Stoke earned their first league win over Chelsea in 39 years with the 3-2 triumph back in December.

30 // The Potters beat Manchester United in the league for the first time in 30 years when David Moyes' side lost 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium.

13 // City recorded their best ever monthly points haul in the Premier League with four wins and a draw in March.

602 // Stoke attempted 602 passes (completing 522) versus Fulham -  both were Premier League records for the Potters.

4 // Highest amount of goals ever scored in an away Premier League match during the 4-1 victory at Aston Villa.

36 // More home points in the Premier League than ever before (36 points from 10 wins and 6 draws).

3 // Lost only three home games all season, a Premier League record for Stoke.

Keep an eye on over the next couple of weeks as we bring you a month-by-month look at the 2013/14 season.

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