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Week 39 Pool Draws for Sat 3, Apr 2021 – UK 2020/2021

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The Premier League returns following the international break and defending champions Liverpool endeavour to salvage the remains of a disappointing season, where a place in Europe hangs in the balance. They’ll visit Arsenal, who are just 4-points behind Jurgen Klopp’s men.

 

 

1 – Arsenal v Liverpool

Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-1 in the Premier League back in September last year, but the Gunners won on penalties after the teams drew 0-0 in the League Cup the following month.

Arsenal have only lost two of their last ten matches in all competitions, a 1-0 defeat hosting Manchester City in February and a 1-0 defeat to Olympiakos in the 2nd leg of their last-16 Europa League tie. They came back from three goals down to draw 3-3 at West Ham before the international break.

Liverpool have lost six of their last ten matches in all competitions, but beat RB Leipzig 2-0 (Champions League) and Wolves 1-0 in their last two games before the international break.

193 League Encounters

65 Arsenal wins

76 Liverpool wins

52 Draws

 

 

2 – Aston Villa v Fulham

Jack Grealish, Conor Hourihane and Tyrone Mings got the goals in Aston Villa’s 3-0 win at Fulham back in September.

Aston Villa were winless in their last four matches before the international break, losing 1-0 to Sheffield United, before draws with Wolves (0-0) and Newcastle (1-1) and a 2-0 defeat hosting Tottenham.

Fulham are 2-points from safety and have lost three of their last four matches, but won 1-0 at Liverpool in their last away game.

65 League Encounters

22 Aston Villa wins

22 Fulham wins

21 Draws

 

 

9 – Wolves v West Ham

West Ham’s first Premier League win of the season was their 4-0 victory over Wolves back in September, Wolves had won the previous four league encounters between them.

Wolves have only picked up 2-points in their last four league games, they were beaten 1-0 hosting Liverpool in their last match before the international break.

West Ham have failed to win their last four away games and threw away a 3-0 lead to draw 3-3 hosting Arsenal before the international break.

63 League Encounters

22 Wolves wins

27 West Ham wins

14 Draws

 

 

12 – Luton v Barnsley

Barnsley drew 1-1 visiting Luton in the Championship last season and lost 3-1 in the reverse. When the Tykes hosted this season back in September they were beaten 1-0.

Luton have only lost three of their last fourteen matches at home, they beat Coventry 2-0 in their latest game at Kenilworth Road.

Barnsley lost 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday before the international break, which ended their impressive 12-game unbeaten run in the Championship (9 wins, 3 draws).

57 League Encounters

22 Luton wins

26 Barnsley wins

9 Draws

 

 

14 – Nottingham Forest v QPR

A penalty early in the second-half and Ilias Chair’s stoppage time goal gave QPR a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest back in September.

Nottingham Forest have only managed one win from their last seven home games, they’ve drawn three and lost three. They were beaten 2-0 by leaders Norwich in their latest at the City Ground.

QPR have only lost one of their last ten away matches, they’ve won four and drawn five. They drew 1-1 at Reading last time out.

63 League Encounters

26 Nottingham Forest wins

17 QPR wins

20 Draws

 

 

18 – Stoke v Millwall

The last five meetings between Stoke and Millwall in the Championship have resulted in three draws and a win each. They drew 0-0 when they met at The Den this season.

Stoke have won four of their last five home games, consisting of two wins either side of a 2-1 loss hosting Swansea in early March.

Millwall have won two, drawn two and lost two of their last six away games. They threw away a first-half lead of 2-0 and lost 3-2 to QPR in their last trip.

45 League Encounters

18 Stoke wins

15 Millwall wins

12 Draws

 

 

20 – AFC Wimbledon v Fleetwood

Fleetwood won 2-1 in both league encounters with AFC Wimbledon last season, the Dons won 1-0 in the reverse fixture this term.

In their last three home games AFC Wimbledon have drawn with Wigan (1-1) and Charlton (2-2) and beaten Northampton 1-0.

In their last three games on the road Fleetwood followed back-to-back wins over Lincoln (2-1) and Shrewsbury (2-0) with a 0-0 draw at Blackpool.

15 League Encounters

5 AFC Wimbledon wins

5 Fleetwood wins

5 Draws

 

 

27 – Peterborough v Sunderland

They met just once last season which Peterborough won 3-0 at home, Sunderland won 1-0 when they met at the Stadium of Light this season.

Peterborough have only lost two of their last fifteen games in all competitions at home, they smashed Accrington 7-0 in the latest.

Sunderland have only lost two of their last twenty-one away games in all competitions. They’ve won the last three on the bounce, beating Bristol Rovers 1-0 in the latest.

8 League Encounters

2 Peterborough wins

4 Sunderland wins

2 Draws

 

33 – Exeter v Mansfield

Exeter came from behind to win 2-1 visiting Mansfield back in September.

Exeter have only lost one of their last five matches at home, which was to 2nd placed Cheltenham in mid-March. They won 1-0 hosting Salford City last weekend.

Mansfield are winless in their last seven away games, but they’ve made a habit of drawing this season and three games in that sequence ended in stalemates. They drew 1-1 away at Tranmere last weekend.

66 League Encounters

26 Exeter wins

22 Mansfield wins

18 Draws

 

 

36 – Harrogate v Port Vale

Their only other encounter was the reverse fixture this season which finished goalless back in September.

Harrogate have lost their last two on home turf by 1-0 to both play-off chasing Morecambe and relegation threatened Southend.

Port Vale are looking for a third successive win on the road after victories away Colchester (1-0) and Crawley (3-1).

1 League Encounter

0 Harrogate wins

0 Port Vale wins

1 Draw

 

 

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