Wanderers have lost just three home games in League One this season, but how does their record compare to the rest of the division?

The Whites’ strong form at the UniBol has been a key factor in their progress over the past couple of seasons.

Ian Evatt has previously spoken about wanting to build an intense atmosphere and make it a place opposition clubs dread visiting.

Earlier this season, the Bolton boss said: “If we can create the cauldron of noise… this is going to be a really challenging place to come.”

“If we come together, we create a perfect storm and great things can happen, as we have seen before," he added.

Wanderers have picked 40 points from their 19 league games at the UniBol since the start of the campaign.

This figure puts Evatt’s men joint-fourth across the division along with promotion rivals Barnsley and Derby.

Current leaders Plymouth have the best home record, having won 17 of their 19 fixtures at Home Park and losing just once.

Sheffield Wednesday and Ipswich also rank highly, having picked up 44 and 42 points respectively on home turf.

At the other end of the table, Forest Green and MK Dons have racked up 13 points each at home since the start of the campaign. Oxford, Accrington and Bristol Rovers also find themselves near the bottom of the list.

Moreover, Wanderers have the best defensive record at home in League One, having conceded just 11 goals at the UniBol this term.

Here is a full list of League One clubs ranked by their home form this season

  1. Plymouth (52 pts)
  2. Sheff Wed (44 pts)
  3. Ipswich (42 pts)
  4. Derby (40 pts)
  5. Barnsley (40 pts)
  6. Wanderers (40 pts)
  7. Peterborough (35 pts)
  8. Wycombe (34 pts)
  9. Shrewsbury (32 pts)
  10. Portsmouth (29 pts)
  11. Exeter (26 pts)
  12. Morecambe (26 pts)
  13. Lincoln (25 pts)
  14. Cheltenham (25 pts)
  15. Port Vale (25 pts)
  16. Charlton (24 pts)
  17. Burton (23 pts)
  18. Cambridge (22 pts)
  19. Fleetwood (21 pts)
  20. Bristol Rovers (21 pts)
  21. Accrington (20 pts)
  22. Oxford (18 pts)
  23. MK Dons (13 pts)
  24. Forest Green (13 pts)

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