Week 30 Pool Draw for Sat 28, January 2023 – UK 2022/2023

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The Premier League and majority of the Championship hit pause this weekend for the fourth round of the FA Cup. Southampton are in a battle for Premier League survival, which could give Blackpool the opportunity to claim another top-flight scalp and Sunderland could make themselves a nuisance visiting Fulham. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five fixtures we think have the potential to end in a classic pool draw.


1 – Fulham v Sunderland

Premier League Fulham welcome Championship side Sunderland to Craven Cottage for this 4th round FA Cup tie. The Black Cats have won three of their last four visits to Craven Cottage, but were beaten 2-1 in the latest back in 2018.

Fulham beat Hull 2-0 in the last round and followed up with a 2-1 win hosting Chelsea in the Premier League, claiming a fifth consecutive victory in all competitions. The Cottagers have since lost back-to-back matches to Newcastle (1-0) and Tottenham (1-0).

Sunderland won 2-0 in their Tees-Wear derby with Middlesbrough last weekend and have only lost one of their last seven matches in all competitions. They scored twice in stoppage time to scrape a 2-1 victory over Shrewsbury in the 3rd round earlier this month.

58 League Encounters

18 Fulham wins

23 Sunderland wins

17 Draws


6 – Southampton v Blackpool

Southampton and Blackpool haven’t met since the 2011-2012 season, the teams drew their Championship encounter at St Mary’s 2-2 and Blackpool won 3-0 in the reverse fixture.

Southampton sit at the bottom of the Premier League, but recently put together three straight wins over Crystal Palace (2-1, FA Cup), Man City (2-0, EFL Cup) and Everton (2-1). Last weekend they lost 1-0 hosting Aston Villa and on Tuesday were beaten 1-0 in the first leg of their EFL Cup semi-final with Newcastle.

Blackpool have only won one of their last eleven matches across all competitions, but it was a 4-1 victory over Premier League Nottingham Forest in the 3rd round of the FA Cup.

42 League Encounters

17 Southampton wins

17 Blackpool wins

8 Draws


10 – Middlesbrough v Watford

Middlesbrough host Watford in the Championship this weekend. Watford won the reverse fixture 2-1 in August, Vakoun Bayo scored a stoppage time winner for the Hornets.

Middlesbrough were beaten 2-0 at Sunderland last weekend, but they’ve won seven of their last nine Championship matches and currently occupy the last play-off spot.

Watford are 3rd and have beaten Norwich (1-0) and Blackpool (2-0) and drawn with Rotherham (1-1) in their last three Championship matches.

39 League Encounters

13 Middlesbrough wins

17 Watford wins

9 Draws


14 – Milton K. Dons v Exeter

There’s 10-points between 19th MK Dons and 13th Exeter in League One. Exeter won 1-0 in the reverse back in early September.

MK Dons won 2-1 visiting bottom of the table Forest Green last weekend, claiming their first win in four matches. They couldn’t continue the success and were beaten 1-0 by Shrewsbury in their midweek fixture.

Exeter were unbeaten in four matches (2W, 2D) before losing 2-0 at Portsmouth last Saturday. Their midweek fixture against Barnsley was postponed due to a frozen pitch.

9 League Encounters

5 MK Dons wins

2 Exeter wins

2 Draws


15 – Morecambe v Bristol Rovers

Morecambe and Bristol Rovers drew 2-2 in the reverse fixture back in early September. Bristol Rovers are 6-points shy of the play-off spots and Morecambe are 1-point from safety in the relegation zone.

Morecambe recently enjoyed three consecutive home wins over Accrington (2-0), Burton (5-0) and Cheltenham (2-1), but their win streak ended visiting Ipswich on Tuesday and they were thrashed 4-0.

Bristol Rovers started the year with back-to-back wins over Cheltenham (2-1) and Cambridge United (2-1), but have since lost to Plymouth (2-0, EFL Trophy) and Accrington (2-0). They’ve won 5, drawn 3 and lost 6 of their 14 league away games this season.

9 League Encounters

2 Morecambe wins

5 Bristol Rovers wins

2 Draws



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