WANDERERS finished ninth in their first season back in League One after a strong finish to the campaign.

Ian Evatt’s men lost just five league matches since the turn of the year, racking up wins against Doncaster, Accrington, Cheltenham and Fleetwood in the final stages.

The Whites have several international players, with Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Amadou Bakayoko representing Iceland and Sierra Leone respectively in recent months.

But how would the table look only including goals from domestic players?

According to transfermarkt.co.uk, Wanderers would sit 19th in the hypothetical table – just two points above the drop zone.

Rotherham lead the way on 90 points – just two fewer than their final total – with Cambridge also making the top two.

Oxford, Portsmouth, Cheltenham and Charlton occupy the play-off spots, with MK Dons narrowly missing out.

The likes of Sheffield Wednesday, Sunderland, Wycombe and Ipswich are all middle of the road in the table.

Meanwhile, Crewe remain at the foot of the table but Lincoln and Morecambe drop into the bottom four.

Here is the full League One table only including goals from domestic players

1. Rotherham (92 pts)

2. Cambridge (79 pts)

3. Oxford (76 pts)

4. Portsmouth (75 pts)

5. Cheltenham (73 pts)

6. Charlton (73 pts)

7. MK Dons (70 pts)

8. Plymouth (65 pts)

9. Accrington (65 pts)

10. Wigan (64 pts)

11. Sheffield Wednesday (64 pts)

12. Shrewsbury (63 pts)

13. Wycombe (62 pts)

14. Wimbledon (57 pts)

15. Ipswich (55 pts)

16. Sunderland (55 pts)

17. Doncaster (53 pts)

18. Fleetwood (50 pts)

19. Wanderers (47 pts)

20. Burton (45 pts)

21. Lincoln (45 pts)

22. Gillingham (44 pts)

23. Morecambe (43 pts)

24. Crewe (36 pts)

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