Where Leeds United sit in attendance table compared to Aston Villa, Everton, Chelsea and photos of fans

The Elland Road faithful have thrown their support behind their side once again this season.

It has been a mixed opening two months to the Premier League season for Leeds United and their passionate supporters.

The promising start to the campaign that consisted of home wins against Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers and a battling draw at Southampton now seem a long time ago. Since the Elland Road victory against Chelsea in mid-August, Jesse Marsch’s men have claimed two draws and suffered six defeats in the eight games that followed as concerns of another battle against relegation increased.

The Whites do not return to their famous old ground until next Saturday when fellow strugglers Bournemouth visit Elland Road in what already looks like a huge opportunity to break out of a poor run of form and put some daylight between themselves and the relegation zone. Of course, Marsch and his squad will be able to count on the vocal and numerical backing of their supporters once again - but how does the average attendance at Elland Road compare to Premier League grounds around the country?