Week 36 Pool Draw for Sat 11, March 2023 – UK 2022/2023

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Leicester have been drawn into the relegation scrap and will hope the home crowd can inspire a positive result against Chelsea. Also in the Premier League this weekend, Wolves look capable of spoiling Newcastle’s top-4 ambitions when they visit St James’ Park. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five fixtures we think have the potential to end in a classic football pools draw on coupon.


5 – Leicester v Chelsea

Raheem Sterling’s double helped Chelsea to a 2-1 victory over Leicester at Stamford Bridge earlier this season. Chelsea have won four, drawn five and lost two of their last eleven Premier League meetings with Leicester.

Leicester’s 1-0 loss at Southampton last weekend was the Foxes’ fourth defeat on the bounce in all competitions and leaves them just 2-points clear of the drop zone.

Chelsea beat Leeds 1-0 last weekend to end their six-match winless run. They continued the success on Tuesday and turned around their first-leg deficit to beat Borussia Dortmund 2-0 and reach the Champions League quarter-finals. However, they’ve won just two of their ten Premier League matches in 2023, drawn four and lost four.

107 League Encounters

26 Leicester wins

49 Chelsea wins

32 Draws


7 – Newcastle v Wolves

Six of the last nine meetings between Newcastle and Wolves have ended in a draw of 1-1, including the reverse fixture at Molineux back in August.

Newcastle are winless in their last five matches (2D, 3L) and have won just one of their seven Premier League matches in 2023, they’ve drawn four and lost two.

Adama Traore’s late goal snatched a 1-0 win for Wolves hosting Tottenham last weekend. Their last three Premier League away games have ended in a 2-1 win at Southampton, a 1-1 draw with Fulham and a 2-0 defeat to Liverpool.

93 League Encounters

31 Newcastle wins

36 Wolves wins

26 Draws


14 – Preston v Cardiff

It’s been all square at 90-minutes in the last three meetings between Preston and Cardiff, including a 3rd round FA Cup tie last season which Cardiff won 2-1 after extra time.

Preston are unbeaten in their last five matches, but four have ended in a draw, including a 0-0 stalemate away at Watford last weekend.

Relegation threatened Cardiff have found some success over the last few weeks and have won three of their last four matches. The Bluebirds beat Bristol City 2-0 last weekend to go 6-points clear of the drop zone.

99 League Encounters

36 Preston wins

38 Cardiff wins

25 Draws


16 – Reading v Millwall

Millwall have won seven of their last eleven meetings with Reading, but it was the Royals who came out on top in the reverse fixture this season winning 1-0 back in August.

Reading were thrashed 5-0 by Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium last weekend, but limited the damage to a 1-0 defeat hosting Sheffield United on Tuesday. The defeat to the Blades was their first loss in eight home games

Millwall have beaten Sheffield United (3-2) and drawn with Burnley (1-1) in recent weeks, but suffered their first loss in five games in a 3-2 defeat to Norwich last weekend. The Lions are currently 1-point and one place outside the play-off spots.

103 League Encounters

41 Reading wins

40 Millwall wins

22 Draws


24 – Exeter v Lincoln

Exeter and Lincoln shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw when they met for their opening League One game of the season.

Exeter have only lost one of their last six home games, but four have ended in a stalemate. They return home after a 1-1 draw away at Wycombe last weekend.

Lincoln are unbeaten in their last ten matches, but seven have ended in a draw. The Imps’ last three on the road finished 1-1 at Derby, 1-1 at Forest Green and 0-0 at Cheltenham.

63 League Encounters

19 Exeter wins

27 Lincoln wins

17 Draws



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