Week 19 Pool Draw for Sat 11, Nov 2023 – UK 2023/2024

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Chelsea could do enough to deny Manchester City success at Stamford Bridge and a share of the spoils may suit Crystal Palace and Everton, who have both lacked consistency. We’ve looked through the games for this weekend and provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five matches we think have the potential to end in a draw.

5 – Chelsea v Man City

Chelsea welcome Manchester City to Stamford Bridge on Match Day 12 in the Premier League. City have won the past six meetings including a 1-0 win in this fixture last season.

Chelsea have only lost one of their last seven matches in all competitions and came away 4-1 winners in an eventful game at Tottenham in the latest. However, they’ve managed just one win in six Premier League games at Stamford Bridge this season.

Manchester City have suffered defeats on the road to Wolves (2-1) and Arsenal (1-0) in the Premier League this season, but the Citizens will come into this on a five-game win streak. They thrashed Bournemouth 6-1 in their last Premier League game and won 3-0 hosting Young Boys in the Champions League on Tuesday.

156 League Encounters

62 Chelsea wins

55 Man City wins

39 Draws

6 – Crystal Palace v Everton

It finished 0-0 when Crystal Palace and Everton met at Selhurst Park last season. The Toffees ran out 3-0 winners when they met at Goodison Park.

Crystal Palace won 2-0 at Burnley last Saturday, making four wins, four defeats and three draws for the Eagles in the Premier League this season. They’ve won just one of their five home games, which was a narrow 3-2 victory over Wolves.

Everton will arrive unbeaten in three matches, consisting of a 1-0 win at West Ham in their last away game, a 3-0 win hosting Burnley in the EFL Cup and a 1-1 with Brighton last weekend.

46 League Encounters

11 Crystal Palace wins

19 Everton wins

16 Draws

11 – Coventry v Stoke

Coventry won 2-0 visiting Stoke in the Championship last season, but the Potters came away with a 4-0 victory at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Coventry are hoping to end a run of four straight defeats, but three of those losses have come on the road. The Sky Blues have only lost one of their seven league games at home this season.

Stoke recently enjoyed three wins on the spin, beating Sunderland (2-1), Leeds (1-0) and Middlesbrough (2-0), but the Potters’ win streak ended in a 0-0 draw with Cardiff last weekend.

60 League Encounters

24 Coventry wins

26 Stoke wins

10 Draws

21 – Carlisle v Bristol Rovers

Carlisle (21st) host Bristol Rovers (12th) in League One. They last met in League Two in the 2021-22 season and Carlisle won 1-0 at home, following Bristol Rovers’ 3-0 victory in the reverse fixture.

Carlisle have suffered five defeats in their last six matches. The Cumbrians beat Burton 2-1 in their last league game at home, but they return to league action after losing 3-1 at Leyton Orient in the first round of the FA Cup.

Bristol Rovers thrashed Northern Premier League side Whitby 7-2 in the FA Cup last weekend and stretched their unbeaten run to four matches (2W, 2D) with a 1-1 draw at Reading on Tuesday.

36 League Encounters

13 Carlisle wins

15 Bristol Rovers wins

8 Draws

40 – Tranmere v Forest Green

Tranmere and Forest Green last met in the 2021-22 season and Forest Green thrashed Tranmere 4-0 in this fixture, it finished in a goalless draw when they met at the New Lawn.

Tranmere have lost their last six matches in all competitions, but four of those defeats came away from home. They narrowly lost 4-3 at League One Stevenage in the FA Cup last weekend.

Forest Green equalised in the 93rd minute to draw 1-1 at National League North side Scarborough Athletic in the FA Cup last weekend. On Tuesday evening they lost on penalties after a 0-0 draw with Brighton U21 in the EFL Trophy.

10 League Encounters

2 Tranmere wins

5 Forest Green wins

3 Draws


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