Aston Villa and Wolves latest average Premier League attendance figures compared to rivals - gallery

Here’s how Aston Villa and Wolves compare to their Premier League rivals in the latest average attendance figures at the season’s halfway point.

The latest round of Premier League results is in the books and it was a very good weekend for West Midlands sides Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers, who both played at home. The Villans managed a resilient 2-1 win over Leeds United, whereas Wolves just about held on for a vital 1-0 victory against fellow relegation battlers West Ham United.

Attendances at both grounds have been good so far this season, especially at Villa Park with supporters excited by a new era under former Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal head coach Unai Emery. Wanderers too are under fresh management, with ex-Real Madrid man Julen Lopetegui taking to the Molineux dugout since November.

With the Premier League widely regarded as one of the best divisions - if not the - on the planet, it comes as no surprise that the majority of clubs have enjoyed impressive turnouts this term. As the campaign reaches its halfway stage with most teams having played 19 times, we take a look at how Aston Villa and Wolves compare to their English top flight rivals for average attendances.

Here are the average home attendances for all 20 Premier League clubs ranked from lowest to highest.

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