Table reveals how full each Premier League ground has been this season
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It seems that Leicester City might weirdly have more glory supporters than any club in the Premier League, as they drift towards relegation, whilst title chasing Manchester City fans are completely the opposite.
If nothing else proved how bad things are for Leicester at the moment, James Maddison even transferred himself out of his own fantasy football team.
The attacking midfielder has been one of the few good things at the King Power Stadium this season, but clearly he didn't fancy himself in the game against Manchester City on Saturday.
And in fairness, no one could really have blamed him, considering how good the Premier League champions are playing at the moment.
It turned out Maddison was correct, with Pep Guardiola's side going on to win 3-1, having been 3-0 up at half time and able to take off Erling Haaland ahead of the second half.
The result left Leicester still two points from safety and only two points above bottom side Southampton, and looking increasingly like they'll be headed to the Championship.
And the fans don't seem to be willing to get behind the team enough right now, with a table of how much everyone's stadium sells out every week not a great read for the Foxes.
1. Fulham - Capacity: 22,384. Average: 22,384 - 100% (New entry)
2. West Ham United - Capacity: 62,500. Average, 62,458 - 99.9% (9th)
3. Newcastle United - Capacity: 52,338. Average: 52,243 - 99.8% (4th)
4. Tottenham Hotspur - Capacity: 62,062. Average: 61,620 - 99.3% (18th)
5. Arsenal - Capacity: 60,704. Average: 60,205 - 99.2% (3rd)
6. Everton - Capacity: 39,571. Average: 39,221 - 99.1% (5th)
7. Brentford - Capacity: 17,250. Average: 17,077 - 99% (16th)
8. Brighton & Hove Albion - Capacity: 31,800. Average: 31,450 - 98.9% (10th)
9. Manchester United - Capacity: 74,879. Average: 73,886 - 98.7% (7th)
10. Leicester City - Capacity: 32.273. Average: 31,815 - 98.6% (1st)
11. Liverpool - Capacity: 54,074. Average: 53,230 - 98.4% (6th)
12. Wolverhampton Wanderers - Capacity: 32,050. Average: 31,477 - 98.2% (12th)
13. Chelsea - Capacity: 40,853. Average: 39,997 - 97.9% (19th)
14. Aston Villa - Capacity: 42,682, Average: 41,688 - 97.7% (8th)
15. Manchester City - Capacity: 55,017. Average: 53,203 - 96.7% (11th)
16. Leeds United - Capacity: 37,890. Average: 36,507 - 96.4% (12th)
17. Crystal Palace - Capacity: 26,047. Average: 25,018 - 96.1% (15th)
18. Nottingham Forest - Capacity: 30,445. Average: 29,177 - 95.8% (New entry)
19. Southampton - Capacity: 32,384. Average: 30,461 - 94.1% (17th)
20. Bournemouth - Capacity: 11,329. Average: 10,288 - 90.8% (New entry)
It's somewhat crazy to see that Guardiola's team don't get much support at the Etihad, compared to many others in the league, despite the amazing football they play.
Perhaps it's proof after all that rival fans are right to refer to their home ground as the 'Emptyhad,' whilst even the famed Liverpool crowd seem to have given up on their team this year.
The table could still change, with some teams having three games at home before the end of the campaign, and others have four or five.