How West Brom's attendances compares to Leeds United, Cardiff City, Ipswich Town and Millwall

West Brom's home attendances compared to the likes of Leeds United and other Championship teams of different sizes.

West Brom are in good spirits right now as Carlos Corberan has them fifth in the Championship with an FA Cup tie against Wolves to look forward to.

The Baggies are defying expectations by occupying one of the play-off places, despite Carlos Corberan having minimal money to work with in the transfer market. Andi Weimann joined from Bristol City on a loan deal until the end of the season and he could make his debut on Saturday against Norwich City.

Norwich is next for West Brom but for the next ten days or so there is going to be so much focus on Wolves. It's the first Black Country Derby which can house fans for a few years and already tickets have gone on sale.

A big crowd is expected at The Hawthorn's, and it would be no surprise if there was a sell out. The Baggies sold out over the festive period and boast some of the best attendances in the division.

A total of 24,409 fans watched West Brom make easy work of Blackburn Rovers on Saturday with 1,258 travelling supporters. West Brom have an average of 23,723 which puts them just inside the top-half for average attendances.

Supporters are always keen to see how big their support is compared their local rivals and other teams in the division. Here's how West Brom's average compares to the likes of Leeds United, Cardiff City, Ipswich Town and Millwall. All information comes from Football Web Pages, which compiles data on the EFL, Premier League and various other competitions.

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