Week 36 Pool Coupon Draw Prediction For Sat 13, Mar 2020/2021

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1 – Arsenal v Tottenham

Arsenal have only won two of their last eight meetings with Tottenham, they’ve drawn two and Spurs have won four. Their last meeting at the Emirates ended in a 2-2 draw.

Arsenal have played five Premier League matches at home in 2021. They’ve beaten Newcastle and Leeds, drawn with Crystal Palace and Man Utd and lost to current leaders Manchester City last month.

Tottenham lost five of their six Premier League matches from late January through February, but their form has improved with wins in their last three league games on the bounce. They beat Burnley 4-0, Fulham 1-0 and Crystal Palace 4-1.

167 League Encounters

66 Arsenal wins

54 Tottenham wins

47 Draws




6 – Man Utd v West Ham

Manchester United won 3-1 when the teams met at the London Stadium in the December, but extra time was required for the Red Devils to win 1-0 hosting the Hammers in the FA Cup last month.

Manchester United go into their Europa League fixture with AC Milan on Thursday unbeaten in eleven matches (5 wins, 6 draws). They won 2-0 away at rivals Manchester City last weekend.

West Ham beat Leeds 2-0 on Monday, which makes three wins in their last four matches and moves them up to 5th in the table.

129 League Encounters

60 Man Utd wins

40 West Ham wins

29 Draws




7 – Southampton v Brighton

Southampton have won four and drawn four of their last eight meetings with Brighton. Danny Ings’ late penalty edged a 2-1 win for the Saints at the Amex Stadium in December.

Southampton ended their 9-game winless run in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory at Sheffield United last Saturday. They’ll come into this after visiting Manchester City midweek.

Brighton haven’t won since beating Liverpool 1-0 at the beginning of February. In their five Premier league matches since, they’ve drawn two followed by three straight defeats.

43 League Encounters

21 Southampton wins

8 Brighton wins

14 Draws




9 – Bournemouth v Barnsley

Bournemouth smashed Barnsley 4-0 when the teams met in the reverse fixture back in December.

Bournemouth are unbeaten in their last three matches, but after back-to-back wins over Watford (1-0) and Bristol City (2-1), they were forced to share the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Preston last weekend.

Barnsley go into their midweek fixture with Derby on a 7-game win streak. The 1-0 win over Birmingham last weekend saw the Tykes leapfrog Bournemouth to take 6th place in the Championship table.

41 League Encounters

14 Bournemouth wins

14 Barnsley wins

13 Draws




10 – Cardiff v Watford

A single goal from Kieffer Moore was enough for Cardiff to take all 3-points in a 1-0 victory away at Vicarage Road back in December.

Cardiff drew 0-0 at Huddersfield last weekend and stretched their unbeaten run in the Championship to eleven matches (7 wins, 4 draws).

Watford have won six of their last seven matches. A 1-0 loss away at Bournemouth last month was the only blip in that sequence and just their second defeat in their last thirteen games.

53 League Encounters

21 Cardiff wins

20 Watford wins

12 Draws




12 – Middlesbrough v Stoke

Middlesbrough won both meetings with Stoke in the Championship last season (2-1 at home, 2-0 away), but the Potters won 1-0 in the reverse fixture this term.

Middlesbrough are struggling to find some consistency with two wins, two defeats and a draw in their last five league games. They were beaten 2-1 by Swansea last weekend.

Stoke bounced back following three straight defeats with a 2-0 win hosting bottom of the table Wycombe last weekend.

95 League Encounters

40 Middlesbrough wins

34 Stoke wins

21 Draws




18 – Blackpool v Fleetwood

Blackpool won the first Fylde Cost derby of this season 1-0 in League One in early December. Fleetwood returned the favour and won on penalties in an EFL Trophy clash 3-days later.

Blackpool are unbeaten in their last six matches (4 wins, 2 draws). Their last two at home both ended 1-1 with Crewe and AFC Wimbledon, but the Seasiders won 1-0 away at MK Dons on Tuesday.

Fleetwood are looking for a fourth consecutive victory after wins over Lincoln (2-1), Shrewsbury (2-0) and Gillingham (1-0).

9 League Encounters

5 Blackpool wins

1 Fleetwood win

3 Draws




19 – Bristol Rovers v AFC Wimbledon

Bristol Rovers won 4-2 in the reverse League One fixture in December. AFC Wimbledon won 1-0 away when they met in the EFL Trophy the following month.

After double defeats on the road to Burton (1-0) and Hull (2-0), Bristol Rovers returned home and thumped Accrington 4-1 on Tuesday evening.

AFC Wimbledon drew their last two away games 1-1 at both Shrewsbury and Blackpool, but they were beaten 1-0 hosting Burton in their midweek fixture.

17 League Encounters

10 Bristol Rovers wins

4 AFC Wimbledon wins

3 Draws




32 – Morecambe v Newport County

Three of their last six meetings in League Two have ended in draws of 1-1. Matthew Dolan’s 83rd minute penalty snatched a 2-1 win for Newport in the reverse fixture this season.

Morecambe have won four of their last six matches and they picked up a point in a 2-2 draw away at Forest Green on Tuesday.

Newport followed up their 2-0 win away at Colchester last weekend with a 2-1 win hosting Bradford City on Tuesday, Matthew Dolan provided both midweek goals.

15 League Encounters

7 Morecambe wins

4 Newport County wins

4 Draws




35 – Southend v Stevenage

13-points separate 23rd placed Southend from 15th placed Stevenage. The teams drew 0-0 in the reverse fixture this season.

Southend have earned 2-points from their last four league games, they were beaten 2-0 hosting Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday.

Stevenage have drawn a divisional high 15 of their 35 league games this season. They arrive unbeaten in 7 matches with 4 ending in stalemates.

5 League Encounters

2 Southend wins

1 Stevenage win

2 Draws



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