Week 32 Pool Draw for Sat 11, February 2023 – UK 2022/2023

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After failing to reach the EFL Cup final Southampton will resume their focus on Premier League survival, but a rampant Wolves side look threatening at St Mary’s. Fulham and Nottingham Forest both came up from the Championship last season and will strive to retain their top-flight status in a clash at Craven Cottage. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five fixtures we think have the potential to end in a score draw. Why not have a go yourself? Take a shot at winning big cash prizes every week with the Classic Pools competition.


4 – Fulham v Nottingham Forest

Both teams came up from the Championship last season, with Fulham as title winners and Nottingham Forest via the play-offs. Fulham scored three goals in the space of 6-minutes in their 3-2 comeback win at the City Ground in September.

Fulham play an FA Cup replay against Sunderland midweek, after drawing 1-1 with the Black Cats at Craven Cottage last month. Fulham held Chelsea to a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League last Friday.

Nottingham Forest have claimed their best results at the City Ground this season, but they’ll arrive at Craven Cottage unbeaten in their last five Premier League matches (3W, 2D). They moved 6-points clear of the relegation zone with a 1-0 win over Leeds last Sunday.

95 League Encounters

40 Fulham wins

30 Nottingham Forest wins

25 Draws


8 – Southampton v Wolves

A goal from Daniel Podence at the end of the first-half was enough for Wolves to beat Southampton 1-0 in the reverse fixture back in September.

Southampton lost 2-1 to Newcastle in their EFL Cup semi-final last week and were beaten for the eighth time in nine Premier League matches in a 3-0 defeat at Brentford on Sunday.

Wolves have scored the fewest goals in the Premier League this season, but they’ve won three of their last six league games, which includes their 3-0 victory over Liverpool at Molineux last Saturday.

65 League Encounters

24 Southampton wins

24 Wolves wins

17 Draws


13 – Coventry v Luton

Coventry twice came from behind to earn a point in a 2-2 draw with Luton at Kenilworth Road in September.

Coventry have lost four of their last five matches in all competitions, but have a good home record in the Championship this season with 7W, 4D, 4L. They’ve lost just one of their last nine league home games, which was a 4-2 defeat to Norwich last month.

Luton were beaten 3-0 by League Two Grimsby in their FA Cup replay on Tuesday. However, the Hatters have won six of their last seven Championship fixtures, including the last three on the bounce.

73 League Encounters

36 Coventry wins

21 Luton wins

16 Draws


16 – Stoke v Hull

Stoke have won their last four meetings with Hull, including a 3-0 victory in the reverse fixture in mid-September.

Stoke suffered their fourth defeat in five Championship matches in a 1-0 loss at Luton last weekend. However, the Potters thrashed Reading 4-0 in their last league game at the Bet365 Stadium.

Hull have lost just one of their last nine league games and go on the road following back-to-back home wins over QPR (3-0) and Cardiff (1-0).

67 League Encounters

30 Stoke wins

18 Hull wins

19 Draws


26 – Milton Keynes Dons v Oxford Utd.

Oxford United have won three of their last five meetings with MK Dons, but were beaten 2-1 in the reverse fixture this season.

MK Dons are just 1-point and two places above the drop zone, but a 2-0 win at Bristol Rovers last Saturday helped boost their survival prospects.

Oxford United went on an eight-match unbeaten run in League One from late October through to December, but last weekend suffered their fourth league defeat on the spin in a 1-0 loss hosting Shrewsbury.

10 League Encounters

2 MK Dons wins

5 Oxford Utd wins

3 Draws



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