Week 28 Pool Draw for Sat 14, January 2023 – UK 2022/2023

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Week 28 Pool Draw Prediction 2023

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This Week Pool Result Week 28 Pool Result for Sat 14 Jan 2023 – UK 2022/2023

 

 

A contest between struggling sides Everton and Southampton could have a bearing on the Premier League relegation battle. While, neither Middlesbrough or Millwall can give an inch in the race for play-off spots in the Championship. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five fixtures we think have the potential to end in a pool draw result this weekend.

 

3 – Everton v Southampton

Everton have dropped into the relegation zone and Southampton sit rock-bottom in the Premier League. The Toffees won 2-1 when the teams met at St Mary’s back in October.

Everton were dumped out of the FA Cup in a 3-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford last week, which extended their winless run to eight matches in all competitions. Everton have won just two of their nine Premier League matches at home this season.

Southampton have lost their last six Premier League matches, but may have boosted their morale with a victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup last weekend. James Ward-Prowse and Adam Armstrong both scored in the 2-1 win Selhurst Park.

97 League Encounters

47 Everton wins

29 Southampton wins

21 Draws

 

4 – Nottingham Forest v Leicester

Leicester thrashed Nottingham Forest 4-0 at the King Power Stadium in October, but the teams are currently level on points with Leicester 13th and Forest 15th.

Nottingham Forest lost 4-1 at Championship side Blackpool in the FA Cup last weekend, but are unbeaten in their last five Premier League matches at home, which includes wins over Liverpool (1-0) and Crystal Palace (1-0).

Leicester lost 2-0 in their EFL Cup quarter-final against Newcastle on Tuesday. The Foxes have lost four of their six matches since the World Cup break and the two victories came against lower league opposition MK Dons (EFL Cup) and Gillingham (FA Cup).

99 League Encounters

36 Nottingham Forest wins

39 Leicester wins

24 Draws

 

8 – Cardiff v Wigan

Charlie Wyke headed in a consolation goal for Wigan in their 3-1 defeat to Cardiff in the reverse fixture this season.

Cardiff are 2-points and two places above the drop zone and are winless in their last seven league matches, four ended in a stalemate. They drew 2-2 with Leeds in the FA Cup last weekend to earn themselves a replay at Elland Road.

Wigan are bottom of the table and have lost their last four league games, but they drew 1-1 visiting fellow Championship side Luton in the FA Cup last Saturday.

29 League Encounters

7 Cardiff wins

11 Wigan wins

11 Draws

 

11 – Middlesbrough v Millwall

Middlesbrough (5th) and Millwall (6th) are currently level on points in the Championship, but Millwall have a game in hand. The Lions won 2-0 when they met at The Den in October.

Middlesbrough were outclassed and beaten 5-1 by Brighton in the FA Cup last weekend, but they’ve enjoyed wins over Wigan (4-1), Blackburn (2-1) and Birmingham (3-1) in their last three Championship fixtures.

Millwall lost 2-0 hosting Sheffield United in the FA Cup last weekend, but have only lost once in their last eight Championship matches. They won their last away match 2-0 at Watford.

51 League Encounters

22 Middlesbrough wins

17 Millwall wins

12 Draws

 

25 – Ipswich v Plymouth

Ipswich have claimed 1-0 victories on the last two occasions they’ve hosted Plymouth, but the Tractor Boys were beaten 2-1 in the reverse fixture this season.

3rd placed Ipswich have only lost one of their last eleven League One matches and upset Championship side Rotherham with a 4-1 win in the FA Cup last weekend.

League One leaders Plymouth will arrive unbeaten in their last eight matches (6W, 2D). They won 2-0 in their EFL Trophy match away at Bristol Rovers on Tuesday.

49 League Encounters

21 Ipswich wins

13 Plymouth wins

15 Draws

 

Colour Movements

2 11
18 40

 

 

 

 

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