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How do Oxford United’s attendances this season compare to Swindon Town?

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Oxford United and Swindon Town both retain a slim chance of finishing in the play-offs this season, having both been at times one of the best attacking teams in their division.

Swindon have bounced back brilliantly from a very concerning relegation from third tier now under new ownership.

The Robins, under the stewardship of Ben Garner, have been scintillating at their best but look likely to miss out on the top six with inconsistency preventing progress.

Yellows have been similar but even more extreme, Karl Robinson’s men are the top scorers in League One but are likely to miss out on the top six if they do not beat Rotherham United and Doncaster Rovers to round off the campaign.

With both teams playing some excellent attacking football this season, we have taken a look at how the two clubs’ attendances have compared…

Oxford have an average attendance of 8,432 in League One this term, which is an increase of almost 1,000 from 2019/20 when they were defeated in the play-off final.

Robinson will be hoping that even if the club miss out on the play-offs, due to the quality entertainment that has been on show at the Kassam Stadium this season, the supporters will return in their droves to roar them on in 2022/23.

The ground holds a capacity of 12,500, which means that it has been 67% full on average this term.

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Swindon’s average attendance has been 9,351, as per Football Web Pages, so comfortably more than Yellows, but The County Ground is larger than the Kassam.

Despite, the new era under Clem Morfuni, the stadium has only been 59% full in League Two, something that the club will be hoping to improve on heading into 2022/23, with the aim continuing to be a swift return to League One.

Looking at the longer term, both clubs appear to be on the up and if Swindon can keep hold of their better players this summer they will be amongst the promotion favourites next season.

The same goes for Oxford, who can be trusted to recruit smartly, with the chances that some of their key players move on to the second tier in the summer, if they are unable to make a late assault on the play-off places.


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