Week 39 Coupon Draws for Saturday 2 April 2022

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The Premier League returns following the international break and Manchester United resume their pursuit of a top-four finish, but a visiting Leicester side could come away with a point at Old Trafford. A clash between Midlands rivals Wolves and Aston Villa could also end all square. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for 5 fixtures we think have the potential to end in a fixed draw.

 

5 – Man Utd v Leicester

The last four encounters between Manchester United and Leicester have ended in a draw, followed by three wins for Leicester. The Foxes won 4-2 in October’s reverse fixture this season.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick propelled Manchester United to a 3-2 home win over Tottenham in their last Premier League match, which is the Red Devils’ only win in five matches.

Leicester have won three of their last four Premier League matches and this month reached the Europa Conference League quarter-finals with a 3-2 aggregate win over Rennes.

127 League Encounters

63 Manchester United wins

34 Leicester wins

30 Draws

 

 

6 – Wolves v Aston Villa

10-points separate 8th placed Wolves from 9th placed Aston Villa. Wolves produced an incredible comeback from 2-0 down and scored in 80th, 85th and 95th minutes to win 3-2 in the reverse fixture.

After wins over Watford (4-0) and Everton (1-0), Wolves were looking for a third straight Premier League victory before the international break, but squandered a 2-0 lead and lost 3-2 hosting Leeds.

Aston Villa couldn’t extend their win streak after victories over Brighton (2-0), Southampton (4-0) and Leeds (3-0) and lost their last two matches 2-1 at West Ham and 1-0 hosting Arsenal.

113 League Encounters

39 Wolves wins

47 Aston Villa wins

27 Draws

 

 

10 – Coventry v Blackburn

Coventry fought back from 2-0 down and drew 2-2 visiting Blackburn for the reverse fixture back in October. The Sky Blues are currently 11th with a 6-point gap to 6th placed Blackburn.

Coventry have only managed one win in their last six matches, which was a 4-1 victory hosting Sheffield United. They drew 1-1 visiting Derby before the international break.

Blackburn come into this with just one win in five matches, a 3-1 victory hosting Derby. They were beaten 1-0 visiting Reading in their last match before the international break.

33 League Encounters

14 Coventry wins

12 Blackburn wins

7 Draws

 

 

12 – Luton v Millwall

A brace from Harry Cornick gave Luton a 2-0 victory over Millwall at The Den back in October.

Luton have won six of their last eight Championship matches, they beat Preston 4-0 and Hull 3-1 in their last two games before the international break.

Millwall’s eight-match unbeaten run (6W, 2D) came to an end in a 2-0 defeat away at Stoke before the international break. The Lions are currently 4-points and four places off the last play-off spot.

75 League Encounters

21 Luton wins

28 Millwall wins

26 Draws

 

 

16 – Accrington v Cheltenham

Accrington (13th) and Cheltenham (12th) are level on 50-points apiece, but Accrington have a game in hand. Cheltenham were 1-0 winners in October’s reverse fixture.

An injury-time penalty gave Accrington a consolation goal in their 2-1 defeat hosting Gillingham last weekend. They’ve managed just two wins in their last eight matches.

Cheltenham enjoyed back-to-back 3-1 wins over struggling sides Morecambe and AFC Wimbledon this month, but have since lost to play-off hopefuls Plymouth (2-0) and Sheffield Wednesday (4-1).

17 League Encounters

5 Accrington wins

7 Cheltenham wins

5 Draws

 

 

 

 

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