Week 34 Pool Draw for Sat 25, February 2023 – UK 2022/2023

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Manchester United and Newcastle meet at Wembley for the EFL Cup final and it may take more than 90-minutes to decide who takes home the silverware. The relegation battle heats up in the Premier League when Leeds host Southampton and Millwall’s trip to Stoke in the Championship should also be a close contest. 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 for week 34.

 

1 – Man Utd v Newcastle

Manchester United and Newcastle contest the League Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. Their Premier League meeting at Old Trafford in October finished 0-0 and there’s currently an 8-point gap between the 3rd placed Red Devils and 5th placed Magpies.

Manchester United will come into this after their Europa League second-leg against Barcelona midweek and having played seven games in February. Their last defeat was a 3-2 reverse at Arsenal on the 22nd of January.

Newcastle have played just three matches in February, drawing 1-1 with both West Ham and Bournemouth, before losing 2-0 hosting Liverpool. The Magpies have lost just three of their thirty matches across all competitions this season.

165 League Encounters

82 Man Utd wins

42 Newcastle wins

41 Draws

 

5 – Leeds v Southampton

Leeds are just 1-point and one place above rock-bottom Southampton in the Premier League table. When they met at St Mary’s in August, Southampton came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2.

Leeds are winless in their last ten Premier League matches and have managed just 4-points in that run, from draws with Newcastle (0-0), West Ham (2-2), Brentford (0-0) and Manchester United (2-2). Javi Gracia will take charge of his first game as Leeds manager, following Jesse Marsch’s dismissal earlier this month.

A free-kick from James Ward-Prowse earned Southampton a 1-0 victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend. The Saints ended a run of three straight Premier League defeats.

93 League Encounters

46 Leeds wins

26 Southampton wins

21 Draws

 

17 – Stoke v Millwall

Millwall beat Stoke 2-0 when they met at The Den at the start of the season, but the Lions have only won one of their last eight visits to the Bet365 Stadium, they’ve drawn two and lost five.

Stoke have picked up 7-points from their last three league matches at home. Josh Laurent scored twice in the Potters’ 3-1 win away at Swansea on Tuesday.

Tom Bradshaw’s hat-trick gave Millwall a 3-2 win over 2nd placed Sheffield United last weekend and he came off the bench to score the equaliser in a 1-1 draw with leaders Burnley on Tuesday.

49 League Encounters

19 Stoke wins

18 Millwall wins

12 Draws

 

27 – Peterborough v Plymouth

9th placed Peterborough host 2nd placed Plymouth in League One. Plymouth won 2-0 in the reverse league fixture, but the Posh won 2-0 when they met in the first round of the EFL Cup back in August.

After back-to-back defeats to Bolton (5-0) and Fleetwood (1-0), Peterborough got back on track with a 3-0 victory at Morecambe last weekend, making four wins from their last six league fixtures.

Plymouth have beaten Portsmouth and Oxford both by 3-1 this month, but they dropped off the top spot in the table after drawing 0-0 with Fleetwood last weekend.

29 League Encounters

14 Peterborough wins

12 Plymouth wins

3 Draws

 

34 – Doncaster v Bradford City

10th placed Doncaster are just 2-points off 8th placed Bradford City in League Two. It finished 0-0 when they met in the reverse fixture at the start of the season.

After three wins on the bounce Doncaster’s progressed stalled in a 2-0 defeat at Sutton last Saturday. Doncaster have won four of their last five league matches at home.

Bradford City’s five-match unbeaten run (2W, 3D) ended in a 1-0 loss to Barrow last weekend. Bradford have the fourth best away record in League Two this season with 7 wins, 3 draws and 4 defeats.

75 League Encounters

24 Doncaster wins

30 Bradford City wins

21 Draws

 

 

 

Colour Movements

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