It has been an intriguing opening two months to the season for Leeds United as they look to secure an immediate return to the Premier League.
After a summer of change on and off the pitch at Elland Road, Daniel Farke’s men claimed just two points from the opening three games of the campaign but have slowly come to grips with life in the second tier. A notable win at promotion rivals Ipswich Town laid down a marker and further wins against the likes of Watford, Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City have left the Whites in fifth place in the table as thoughts turn towards the international break.
Farke’s men are sat nine points adrift of the automatic promotion places as in-form Leicester City and Ipswich lead the way - and the Whites will need the continued backing of the Elland Road faithful if they are to close on the top two and avoid the lottery of the play-offs.
But how does their average attendance at Elland Road compare to other clubs around the second tier?