Week 26 Coupon Draws for Saturday 1 January 2022

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Teams will be hoping to make strong and resolute starts to the New Year, as they bid good riddance to 2021. Title chasers Chelsea and Liverpool meet at Stamford Bridge and both sides can’t afford to let leaders Man City slip further ahead. There’s not much separating Brentford and Aston Villa and Newcastle could pick up a point at Southampton. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for 5 fixtures we think have the potential to end in a  draw.


1 – Brentford v Aston Villa

Aston Villa have failed to win any of their last seven meetings with Brentford dating back to September, 2016. Villa have lost three and drawn four, the reverse fixture at Villa Park finished in a 1-1 in August.

Brentford have a tough midweek fixture hosting Man City, but could take a point when they welcome Aston Villa this weekend. The Bees have won their previous two Premier League matches at home, they beat Everton 1-0 and Watford 2-1.

Aston Villa have two wins and three losses in their last five Premier League matches, but the losses came against Man City (2-1), Liverpool (1-0) and Chelsea (3-1). Villa won 2-0 at Norwich in their last away game.

13 League Encounters

3 Brentford wins

5 Aston Villa wins

5 Draws



2 – Chelsea v Liverpool

Chelsea played the second-half with 10-men, but earned themselves a point in a 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Anfield back in August.

After draws with Everton (1-1) and Wolves (0-0), Chelsea got back to winnings ways with a 3-1 victory at Aston Villa on Boxing Day. They’ll host Brighton midweek, before taking on title rivals Liverpool.

Liverpool’s ten-game unbeaten run ended in a 1-0 defeat at Leicester on Tuesday, it was only the second defeat for the Reds in the Premier League this season.

157 League Encounters

51 Chelsea wins

70 Liverpool wins

36 Draws



8 – Southampton v Newcastle

James Ward-Prowse’s 96th minute penalty snatched a point for Southampton in their 2-2 draw with Newcastle at St James’ Park in August.

Southampton are leading the draw count in the Premier League this season, with 9 of their first 19 games ending in a stalemate. They played over 50-minutes with 10-men, but held on to draw 1-1 hosting Tottenham on Tuesday.

Newcastle picked up their first point in four games from a 1-1 draw hosting Manchester United on Monday.

89 League Encounters

31 Southampton wins

37 Newcastle wins

21 Draws



22 – Charlton v Wycombe

Charlton notched themselves a 92nd minute consolation goal in a 2-1 loss away at Wycombe in the reverse fixture back in September.

Charlton recently put together a four-game win streak, which includes back-to-back victories of 2-0 over Ipswich and Cambridge in their last two home games. Their success came to an end with a 1-0 defeat away at Plymouth in their last match.

Prior to a midweek visit to Ipswich, Wycombe were unbeaten in their last five matches (3W, 2D). They were held to a 2-2 draw hosting AFC Wimbledon in the latest.

7 League Encounters

6 Charlton wins

1 Wycombe win

0 Draws



29 – Shrewsbury v Sheffield Wednesday

Saido Berahino put Sheffield Wednesday ahead, but Ryan Bowman equalised for Shrewsbury just before the break when the teams drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture this season.

Shrewsbury enjoyed back-to-back wins over Cheltenham (3-1) and Fleetwood (3-0), prior to their midweek fixture with Accrington.

Sheffield Wednesday will go into their midweek fixture with Sunderland unbeaten in their last twelve league matches (5W, 7D).

17 League Encounters

5 Shrewsbury wins

1 Sheffield Wednesday win

11 Draws



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