Loftus Road and Stamford Bridge have been two of the most full stadiums in the Premier League this season.
Chelsea have attracted an average of 41,540 fans to home league games this season, 99.4 per cent of Stamford Bridge's capacity.
That's the fourth best occupancy ratio in the league, according to new figures revealed by the Trinity Mirror Data Unit.
QPR have the next highest ratio at 99% of capacity, with an average of 17,820 fans packing into the 18,000 seater Loftus Road stadium.
However, Manchester United have the highest occupancy ratio in the league.
Old Trafford has had an average attendance of 75,329 this season according to the Premier League's official figures.
That's an average of 99.6 per cent of the stadium's capacity, and equates to an average of just 306 empty seats per game.
Arsenal have the next best occupancy record, with the Emirates operating at 99.5% of capacity.
Aston Villa have the league's worst record in terms of filling their ground.
Villa Park has been just 77.7% full on average this season.
Attendances have averaged 33,161 for league games this season, 9,521 short of capacity.
Sunderland have the next lowest ratio at 88.6%, with an average of 5,550 empty seats a game.
Burnley come next (89.5%) followed by Hull (92.1%), Southampton (94.1%) and West Brom (94.8%).