Wanderers' excellent start to the 2019/20 campaign has been rewarded with rising attendances at Adams Park, with a 10% increase in the number of home fans at each game compared to the first nine home matches last season.
Saturday's crowd of 4,826 took the total number of visitors to Adams Park past the 50,000 mark (51,013) - an increase of over 6,000 compared to the same period in 2018/19.
While there have been more away fans this term (an average of 1,054 per game, compared to 809 in the first nine home games last season), the home crowd has also risen from an average of 4,188 to 4,614.
That's contributed to an overall average attendance of 5,668 so far this season, which is up from 4,997 in the first three months of last campaign.
On the pitch, Wycombe have 33 points from 16 games; it took 27 matches to reach that tally last season. At home, it's seven wins and two draws (23 points) from nine outings - the same points tally was reached in the 14th home match of last season.