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Brighton’s winless run looks set to continue when they host Tottenham this weekend. Newcastle finally got their first Premier League win of the season and will hope they can continue picking up points with a trip to the King Power Stadium to take on Leicester. Here are  top 5 fixtures we think have the potential to end in a score draw.



2 – Brighton v Tottenham

In the past two seasons Brighton have won by 3-0 and 1-0 when they’ve hosted Tottenham in the Premier League, but Spurs have won five of their last eight meetings with the Seagulls.

Brighton haven’t won in the Premier League since beating Leicester 2-1 in September. Eight of their last ten have ended in a draw, including the last three on the bounce which finished 0-0 with Leeds, 1-1 with West Ham and 1-1 with Southampton.

Tottenham have won their last three Premier League matches, which were all at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, they beat Leeds 2-1, Brentford 2-0 and Norwich 3-0. Spurs will come into this after hosting Rennes in the Europa Conference League on Thursday.

18 League Encounters

5 Brighton wins

10 Tottenham wins

3 Draws



6 – Leicester v Newcastle

Callum Wilson’s brace helped Newcastle to a 4-2 victory when they visited Leicester in the Premier League last season.

Leicester drew 2-2 at Southampton and lost 2-1 at Aston Villa in their last two Premier League matches. The Foxes will return home after a midweek trip to Napoli in their final Europa League group match.

Newcastle got their first win on the board with a 1-0 victory hosting Burnley last weekend. Three of their last five Premier League matches have ended in a stalemate.

120 League Encounters

45 Leicester wins

50 Newcastle wins

25 Draws



9 – Birmingham v Cardiff

Cardiff thrashed Birmingham 4-0 when they met for this fixture in the Championship last season and the Bluebirds clinched a 3-2 win in the reverse fixture.

Birmingham have suffered three defeats in their last five Championship matches, including a 3-1 loss away at Millwall last weekend. But the Blues have won three of their last four at St Andrew’s.

Cardiff have three wins in their last five matches, which includes beating both Preston and Luton by 2-1 in their last two away games. Last weekend they lost 3-2 hosting Sheffield United.

74 League Encounters

28 Birmingham wins

29 Cardiff wins

17 Draws



10 – Bournemouth v Blackburn

Bournemouth edged a 3-2 win hosting Blackburn in the Championship last season and won by 2-0 visiting Ewood Park.

Bournemouth have failed to win their last four Championship matches consisting of a 3-2 defeat at Derby, before draws with Millwall (1-1), Coventry (2-2) and Fulham (1-1).

Blackburn are unbeaten in their last five matches (4W, 1D), with their only dropped points coming from a 1-1 draw at Bristol City last month.

20 League Encounters

6 Bournemouth wins

10 Blackburn wins

4 Draws



19 – Accrington v Bolton

Their only other league encounters were in the 2019-20 season and Accrington smashed Bolton 7-1 in this fixture and drew 0-0 in the reverse.

Accrington thrashed Fleetwood 5-1 last weekend, but were beaten 2-0 hosting AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday.

Bolton beat Fleetwood 1-0 in the 2nd round of the EFL Trophy at the end of November, but were beaten 3-0 by the Cod Army when met in League One on Tuesday.

2 League Encounters

1 Accrington win

0 Bolton wins

1 Draw




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