Week 3 – Away Following

Championship: League One: League Two:
Blackburn at Doncaster: (1,454) Wolves at Bristol City: (2,200) Accrington at Bury: (340)
Sheffield Wednesday at Leeds: (1,062) Coventry at Carlisle: (439) Plymouth at Cheltenham: (892)
Charlton at Barnsley: (461) Rotherham at Crawley: (509) Wimbledon at Exeter: (488)
Brighton at Birmingham: (1,174) Tranmere at Crewe: (898) Burton at Fleetwood: (160*)
Wigan at Bournemouth: (689) Brentford at Gillingham: (1,144) Bristol Rovers at Newport: (1,163)
Yeovil at Burnley: (363) Oldham at Peterborough: (358) Morecambe at Portsmouth: (114)
Leicester at Derby: (2,794) Bradford at Port Vale: (1,135) Chesterfield at Rochdale: (806)
Blackpool at Middlesbrough: (499) MK Dons at Preston: (182) Dag & Red at Scunthorpe: (107)
Huddersfield at Millwall: (564) Colchester at Sheffield United: (240) Northampton at Southend: (392)
Bolton at Nottingham Forest: (1,188) Swindon at Shrewsbury: (545) Oxford at Torquay: (701)
Ipswich at QPR: (1,789) Leyton Orient at Stevenage: (1,054) Mansfield at Wycombe: (251)
Watford at Reading: (3,460) Notts County at Walsall: (482) Hartlepool at York: (1,747)
Doncaster at Wigan: (1,404)    


 The Award for the Best Away Following This Week:

Watford away at Reading saw the best away following this weekend, with 3460 fans travelling an hour and 40 minutes to see the game, ending in a 3-3 draw. Away fans made up around 17% of the 20k crowd at The Royal’s grounds.
Second place was Wolves away at Bristol, with the 2000 away followers making  up 14% of the 14,000 strong crowd. The outstanding following of the weekend is undoubtedly Watford’s fans.

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