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28 May 2014

Take a look at who came out on top in 2013/14

According to football statistics website, Mark Beevers, with a score of 7.2 out of 10, was Millwall's highest performing player in 2013/14.

The highest rating statistic is generated from a player's overall performance, and factors in criteria such as clearances, headers won, interceptions and pass completion percentages.

Behind Beevers, who made 30 appearances for The Lions last term, and excluding loanees, was Shaun Williams (7.15), Danny Shittu (7.01) and Scott Malone (6.98).

Winger Lee Martin, who was so instrumental in Millwall's unbeaten end to the campaign, finished with the highest pass completion percentage (80.3%), ahead of Scott McDonald (78.6%) and Jimmy Abdou (77.5%).

Midfield man Williams came out on top in average number of passes per game with 43.2, while Nicky Bailey made the most amount of accurate long balls each match with 5.2.

Interestingly, left-back Malone was our more proficient dribbler with an average of 1.4 per game, and fellow left-footer Beevers the highest average number of clearances with 10.4.

For these stats and many more, including team figures, visit

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