Week 37 Coupon Draws for Saturday 19 March 2022

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This Week Pool Result 2022: Week 37 Pool Result for Sat 19 Mar 2022 – UK 2021/2022

 

 

Southampton have drawn twice with Man City in the Premier League this season and the Saints may prove to be stubborn opponents once again, when the teams meet for an FA Cup quarter-final. Brentford are starting to widen the gap to the relegation zone and could pick up a point visiting Leicester in the Premier League this weekend. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for 5 fixtures we think have the potential to end in a  draw.

 

 

4 – Southampton v Man City

Both Premier League meetings between Southampton and Manchester City have ended in a draw this season, it finished 0-0 at the Etihad and 1-1 at St Mary’s.

Southampton beat West Ham 3-1 to reach this FA Cup quarter-final, but have since lost three on the spin in the Premier League against Aston Villa (4-0), Newcastle (2-1) and Watford (2-1).

Man City won 2-0 at Peterborough in the last round. The Citizens have since beaten Man United 4-1, been held a 0-0 draw hosting Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League, before a 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace in the Premier League last Sunday.

88 League Encounters

28 Southampton wins

35 Man City wins

25 Draws

 

 

5 – Leicester v Brentford

Youri Tielemans and James Maddison scored for the Foxes in their 2-1 win at Brentford back in October.

Leicester had put together a four-game win streak before losing 2-0 at Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday. The Foxes will return home after visiting French side Rennes in the Europa Conference League on Thursday.

After going eight league games without a win, Brentford have found some form and won back-to-back matches against Norwich (3-1) and Burnley (2-0). Ivan Toney scored all five goals.

21 League Encounters

7 Leicester wins

6 Brentford wins

8 Draws

 

 

9 – Hull v Luton

Elijah Adebayo scored the only goal of the game to get Luton a 1-0 win hosting Hull back in October.

Hull will visit Coventry for their midweek fixture, prior to that the Tigers have managed to win just one of their last nine league games. They drew 0-0 away at Birmingham last weekend.

Luton were narrowly beaten 2-1 hosting QPR last weekend and will host Preston before taking a trip to Hull. The Hatters have won three of their last five league games on the road.

41 League Encounters

15 Hull wins

18 Luton wins

8 Draws

 

 

12 – Stoke v Millwall

A second-half brace from Tom Bradshaw saw Millwall come from behind and beat Stoke 2-1 at The Den back in October.

Prior to visiting Cardiff midweek, Stoke had drawn five of their last nine league matches. They drew their two most recent fixtures 1-1 at Barnsley and 2-2 at Peterborough.

Millwall are unbeaten in their last seven Championship matches, prior to their midweek fixture with Huddersfield. The Lions have followed five wins on the spin with back-to-back goalless draws against Blackburn and Middlesbrough.

47 League Encounters

18 Stoke wins

17 Millwall wins

12 Draws

 

 

26 – Barrow v Carlisle

It finished goalless in the reverse of this Cumbrian derby back in November. Carlisle’s last visit Barrow ended in a 2-2 draw in April last year.

Barrow ended a winless run of seven matches (5D, 2L) with a 1-0 win away at bottom of the table Scunthorpe on Tuesday.

Carlisle have been in good form recently and had put together four straight league wins, before losing 2-1 to 3rd placed Newport County on Tuesday.

59 League Encounters

18 Barrow wins

23 Carlisle wins

18 Draws

 

 

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