More than 23,000 fans were in attendance for Wanderers’ League One clash with Carlisle last weekend.
There have also been bumper crowds against the likes of Wigan and Derby over the past few months as Ian Evatt’s men aim to build on their fifth-place finish last season.
According to transfermarkt.com, the Whites have averaged 21,000 supporters for their home games in the league this season. But how does this figure compare to the rest of the division?
Derby lead the way with an average of more than 26,000 fans attending matches at Pride Park since the start of the campaign.
The Rams also ranked highly last term along with Sheffield Wednesday and Ipswich, who were both promoted to the Championship.
Wanderers’ figure puts them second in the list. Portsmouth complete the top three, with nearly 18,000 supporters visiting Fratton Park on average.
Charlton, Reading, Barnsley, Blackpool and Wigan are the other clubs with an average figure higher than 10,000 – three of those were playing in the second tier last term.
At the other end of the list, Fleetwood have the lowest figure with an average of 3,307 fans attending games at the Highbury Stadium this season. Burton, Cheltenham, Stevenage and Wycombe are the other clubs below the 5,000 mark.
Here is a full list of average League One attendances so far this season, according to transfermarkt.com
Leyton Orient (8,313)
Port Vale (7,954)
Bristol Rovers (7,750)
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