Wanderers have been backed by a strong following on the road yet again this season, but where do they rank among other League One teams?

The Whites have already got some of the longer trips out of the way, playing at Ipswich and Plymouth during the opening stages of the campaign.

They have also had some shorter journeys more recently against the likes of Accrington Stanley and Fleetwood.

But how do their figures compare to the rest of the division?

Wanderers have had the sixth-largest average away following in the division so far this season, according to Bristol World.

Sheffield Wednesday currently lead the way, averaging more than 3,000 travelling supporters in the league.

Derby are the only other club with an average figure above 2,000, while Ipswich, Portsmouth and Plymouth also make the top five.

Wanderers, Barnsley and Bristol Rovers are the only other clubs who have averaged more than 1,000 away fans per match.

Accrington sit at the bottom of the list, with an average of 137 travelling supporters since the start of the campaign.

Meanwhile, Fleetwood, Burton, Cheltenham, Forest Green and Morecambe are the other sides with a figure less than 500 at this stage.

Of course, it is worth noting that each club’s figures are influenced by the fixture list and the size of the grounds they have visited so far.

Here is the full list of average away attendances in League One this season

  1. Sheffield Wednesday (3,103)
  2. Derby (2,335)
  3. Ipswich (1,661)
  4. Portsmouth (1,570)
  5. Plymouth (1,509)
  6. Wanderers (1,460)
  7. Barnsley (1,344)
  8. Bristol Rovers (1,244)
  9. Port Vale (997)
  10. Oxford (997)
  11. Peterborough (935)
  12. Charlton (806)
  13. Cambridge (803)
  14. Lincoln (707)
  15. Exeter (707)
  16. Wycombe (635)
  17. Shrewsbury (548)
  18. MK Dons (525)
  19. Morecambe (296)
  20. Forest Green (268)
  21. Cheltenham (251)
  22. Burton (225)
  23. Fleetwood (191)
  24. Accrington (137)

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