Week 38 Pool Coupon Draw Prediction for Sat 27, Mar 2020/2021

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The Premier League and Championship hit pause as World Cup 2022 qualifying gets underway this week. In League One the relegation battle heats up in a six pointer between AFC Wimbledon and Northampton. While in League Two, Cheltenham hope to improve their narrow lead at the top with a trip to play-off seeking Morecambe.



1 – AFC Wimbledon v Northampton

There are 3-points between AFC Wimbledon, who are second from bottom, and Northampton, who are one above the drop zone. They drew 2-2 in the reverse fixture back in September.

AFC Wimbledon are in the habit of drawing matches with five of their last six ending in stalemates, including the last three on the spin. They drew 2-2 hosting Charlton in the latest.

Northampton climbed out of the relegation zone with a 1-0 win hosting Oxford United on Tuesday, their first win in four matches.

15 League Encounters

1 AFC Wimbledon win

7 Northampton wins

7 Draws



7 – MK Dons v Doncaster

MK Dons equalised 2-minutes from time to draw 1-1 with Doncaster in the reverse fixture this season.

MK Dons are looking for a fourth consecutive victory after beating Accrington 3-2, Plymouth 2-1 and Burton 2-1.

Doncaster have earned just 2-points in their last four league games. They came from two goals down to drawn 2-2 at Gillingham last weekend.

13 League Encounters

2 MK Dons wins

6 Doncaster wins

5 Draws



11 – Wigan v Ipswich

Ipswich have won four and drawn one of their last five meetings with Wigan. The Tractor Boys won 2-0 in the reverse fixture this season.

Wigan found some success recently and recorded back-to-back wins over MK Dons (3-0) and Plymouth (2-0) this month before drawing 1-1 with AFC Wimbledon. However, they reverted to a 3-1 defeat visiting Accrington last weekend.

Ipswich play their third consecutive match on the road, they lost the previous two at Fleetwood (2-0) and Portsmouth (2-1).

13 League Encounters

Wigan wins

6 Ipswich wins

2 Draws



15 – Grimsby v Walsall

Grimsby won 3-1 visiting Walsall in their only meeting in League Two last term and Walsall won 1-0 hosting their first meeting this season.

After four consecutive draws Grimsby finally picked up all three points with a 1-0 win away at Barrow on Tuesday.

With sixteen stalemates no team have more draws than Walsall in League Two this season. Seven of their last fourteen fixtures have ended all square, including a 0-0 draw with Southend on Tuesday.

62 League Encounters

21 Grimsby wins

31 Walsall wins

10 Draws



18 – Morecambe v Cheltenham

A 78th minute penalty equalised for Morecambe in their visit to Cheltenham back in September, before a stoppage time goal edged them a 2-1 victory.

Morecambe have only lost two of their last eight matches, they’ve won five and drawn one. They won 1-0 visiting Harrogate in the latest.

Cheltenham have a slender 1-point lead at the top of the League Two table. They’ve won six and lost two of their last eight league fixtures and won 2-0 hosting Salford in the latest.

25 League Encounters

7 Morecambe wins

11 Cheltenham wins

7 Draws



20 – Stevenage v Barrow

Inih Effiong’s 85th minute penalty for Stevenage cancelled out Dior Angus’s 12th penalty for Barrow, when the teams drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture.

Stevenage are unbeaten in their last nine league matches (4W, 5D). They won 3-1 hosting Carlisle last weekend.

Barrow had won four league games on the bounce before losing 1-0 hosting Grimsby in their midweek fixture.

7 League Encounters

4 Stevenage wins

1 Barrow win

2 Draws



23 – Dundee FC v Dunfermline

The teams are level on points in the Scottish Championship, although Dunfermline have a game in hand. They drew 3-3 in the replica fixture back in December.

Dundee FC have won three and lost two of their last five league matches. They won 3-0 visiting bottom of the table Alloa in the latest.

Dunfermline have three wins and three losses in their last six league matches, they were beaten 1-0 hosting Inverness last Saturday.

110 League Encounters

42 Dundee FC wins

39 Dunfermline wins

29 Draws



28 – Armenia v Iceland

The last meeting between these two was a friendly in 2008 which Iceland won 2-0 in Malta.

Armenia had three wins and two draws in their five matches prior to visiting Liechtenstein midweek for their first World Cup 2022 qualifier.

Iceland will visit Germany midweek for their first group qualifier, they had lost their previous five matches but faced Belgium, England and Denmark in that run of games.



36 – Israel v Scotland

Israel and Scotland met three times in 2020. A Nations League group match finished 1-1 at Hampden Park in September. The following month Scotland won on penalties following a 0-0 draw in Euro qualifying at Hampden Park and Israel hosted and won 1-0 in a Nations League group match in November.

Israel will host Denmark midweek before welcoming Scotland to Tel-Aviv. Their previous match was their 1-0 Nations League win over Scotland in November.

Scotland were beaten 1-0 by both Slovakia and Israel in their last two away games. They’ll come into this after hosting Austria on Thursday.



42 – Norway v Turkey

Norway and Turkey’s last encounters were in Euro 2008 qualifying, they drew 2-2 in the first meeting in Frankfurt, before Turkey won 2-1 in Oslo.

Norway drew their last match 1-1 away with Austria. They’ll take on Turkey for this World Cup qualifier in Malaga, following a midweek trip to Gibraltar.

Prior to their midweek fixture with the Netherlands, seven of Turkey’s last eleven matches had ended in draws.


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