What's the best ground in England to watch football? You might think it is Arsenal with their silky skills, or Old Trafford where the likes of Rooney, Nani and Berbatov strut their stuff.
However, if it is goals you are after then head off to London Road - home of League One side Peterborough United.
The Daily Mail conducted a survey of all the football grounds in England and judged how many goals fans were getting on average in relation to the price of tickets.
At Peterborough, there have been 77 goals this season in just 15 games and with tickets priced just £20, that means fans are seeing 5.13 goals a game at an average cost of just £3.88 a goal.
Compare that to the poor supporters of Hull City who have seen just 21 goals in 15 games this year. With prices at £21 per game that means it is costing fans an average of £15 to see each goal.
Back at Peterborough, the club's director of football Barry Fry admits that fans are always telling him how much they love going to watch 'The Posh'.
"We're supposed to entertain and we pride ourselves on it here. We play a very open attacking game and have a lot of very skilful players, but with pushing everybody forward it does make you a bit vulnerable at the back," he told the Mail.
"The away fans in the car park you meet before games say they love coming down here because they know their team has got a chance as we play such an open game. So they look forward to plenty of goals. It's just nobody is quite sure which end they'll go in."
With their last two matches being a 5-3 win over Sheffield Wednesday and a 4-4 draw with Southampton, it is hard to argue with him.
The best three grounds to see goals*
1. London Road (Peterborough United) - tickets £20 (£3.89 per goal)
2. Edgeley Park (Stockport County) - tickets £16 (£4.13 per goal)
3. B2net Stadium (Chesterfield) - tickets £17 (£4.18 per goal)
And the worst three
1. KC Stadium (Hull City) - tickets £21 (£15 per goal)
2. Liberty Stadium (Swansea City) - tickets £20 (£11.98 per goal)
3. Vale Park (Port Vale) - tickets £19.50 (£11.68 per goal)
*Figures from the Daily Mail