Week 29 Pool Draw for Sat 21, January 2023 – UK 2022/2023

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A trio of victories will have boosted Southampton’s morale, but visitors Aston Villa look capable of leaving with a point when they meet in the Premier League this weekend. Birmingham and Preston both aim to end poor runs when they meet in the Championship and Derby and Bolton look to strengthen their play-off prospects in League One. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five fixtures we think have the potential to end in a classic score and no score draw.


7 – Southampton v Aston Villa

Rock-bottom Southampton host mid-table Aston Villa in the Premier League this weekend. Villa won 1-0 when they met in the reverse fixture back in September.

After a run of six Premier League defeats Southampton have found some success with cup wins over Crystal Palace (2-1) and Manchester City (2-0), before beating Everton 2-1 in the top-flight last weekend to complete three wins on the spin.

Aston Villa have only lost one of their last six Premier League matches and picked up victories at Brighton (2-1) and Tottenham (2-0) in their last two away games.

75 League Encounters

26 Southampton wins

28 Aston Villa wins

21 Draws


8 – West Ham v Everton

Marginal goal difference separates West Ham and Everton with both teams in the relegation zone. Neal Maupay scored the only goal to get the Toffees a 1-0 victory hosting West Ham in September.

West Ham have only picked up 1-point in their last eight Premier League matches, which came from a 2-2 draw at Leeds at the start of the month. They were beaten 1-0 visiting Wolves last weekend.

Everton have earned just 2-points in their last seven Premier League matches. They are looking to avoid a fourth straight defeat in all competitions.

133 League Encounters

38 West Ham wins

67 Everton wins

28 Draws


9 – Birmingham v Preston

Both Birmingham and Preston look to reverse poor form in the Championship when they meet at St Andrew’s this weekend. Birmingham were 1-0 winners at Deepdale in early September.

Birmingham have lost their last four Championship matches and lost 4-2 visiting Bristol City in the latest.

Preston have suffered four defeats in their last five Championship matches and were well beaten 4-0 by Norwich in the latest.

95 League Encounters

32 Birmingham wins

38 Preston wins

25 Draws


13 – QPR v Swansea

Just 1-point separates 12th placed QPR from 11thth placed Swansea in the Championship. The Swans were 1-0 winners when the teams met at the Swansea.com Stadium in September.

QPR are without a win in five matches, three of which ended in a stalemate. They produced a second-half comeback to draw 2-2 at Reading last weekend, Tyler Roberts scored a brace.

After going eight games without a win in the Championship, Swansea have found some success in their last three league fixtures with wins over Watford (4-0) and Sunderland (3-1), either side of a 2-1 defeat to leaders Burnley.

47 League Encounters

17 QPR wins

15 Swansea wins

15 Draws


20 – Derby v Bolton

In League One goal difference separates 4th placed Derby from 5th placed Bolton. It finished 0-0 when the teams met in the reverse fixture at the end of December.

Derby come into this unbeaten in their last twelve matches in all competitions (8W, 4D). The Rams have won their last four on the bounce.

Bolton have lost just one of their last thirteen matches in all competitions and are unbeaten in the last eight (5W, 3D). They won 3-0 hosting Portsmouth in League One last weekend.

127 League Encounters

63 Derby wins

41 Bolton wins

23 Draws



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