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The Community Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City at Wembley serves as a new season curtain-raiser and both clubs will be eager to pick up the first piece of available silverware at the others expense. The new campaigns in the EFL and SPFL get underway this weekend and we’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for 5 fixtures we think have the potential to end in a possible draw.


1 – Liverpool v Man City

Three of the last four Premier League meetings between Liverpool and Manchester City have ended in a score draw, both encounters last season finished 2-2. They also met for an FA Cup semi-final last term and Liverpool stormed to a 3-0 lead in the first-half and held on to win 3-2.

Liverpool finished just 1-point off champions Manchester City in the Premier League last season. They lost a pre-season match 4-0 to Manchester United earlier this month, but won their following two games 2-0 against Crystal Palace and 5-0 against RB Leipzig.

New signing Erling Haaland scored on his debut to get Man City a 1-0 victory over Bayern Munich in a friendly in Wisconsin last weekend. The defending champions lost just three Premier League matches last season.

172 League Encounters

82 Liverpool wins

45 Manchester City wins

45 Draws



5 – Hull v Bristol City

Hull and Bristol City meet for their opening Championship game of the 2022-2023 season. They drew 2-2 in this fixture last term, but Bristol City hammered the Tigers 5-0 at Ashton Gate.

Hull finished 19th in the Championship last season. In preparation for the new campaign, they’ve won three and lost three of their six warm-up games and were most recently beaten 3-0 at Peterborough United.

Bristol City finished 17th and 4-points ahead of their hosts last season. They’ve won four and drawn two of their six friendlies over the past month, they beat Bournemouth 1-0 at the Vitality Stadium in the latest.

86 League Encounters

26 Hull wins

36 Bristol City wins

24 Draws



11 – Wigan v Preston

The last meeting between Wigan and Preston was friendly last year which Wigan won 3-2 at the DW Stadium.

League One champions Wigan are back in the Championship and will start their campaign following four wins and a draw in five warm-up games. In League One last season they had 13 wins, 5 draws and 5 defeats in 23 home games.

Preston finished 13th in the Championship last season and accumulated the most draws with 16 of their 46 games ending in a stalemate.

60 League Encounters

12 Wigan wins

16 Preston wins

12 Draws



15 – Cheltenham v Peterborough

The last meeting between Cheltenham and Peterborough was in the first round of the EFL Cup in the 2020-21 season, Cheltenham won it 1-0 away.

Cheltenham finished 15th in League One last season and drew 17 of their 46 matches, only AFC Wimbledon had more stalemates in the third tier. Cheltenham played their last two warm-up matches at home and beat Birmingham City 1-0 and Northampton 2-0.

Peterborough drop into League One after relegation from the Championship last season. They beat Hull 3-0 in their final pre-season friendly last weekend.

8 League Encounters

2 Cheltenham wins

4 Peterborough wins

2 Draws



18 – Lincoln v Exeter

Lincoln and Exeter haven’t met since League Two in the 2018-2019 season. They drew 1-1 in this fixture and Lincoln won 3-0 in the reverse.

Lincoln finished 17th in League One last season. They drew with Hartlepool (1-1) and Grimsby (0-0) and lost 1-0 to Blackburn in their last three warm-up games.

Exeter secured automatic promotion from League Two last season. They’ve played their last three friendlies on the road and drew with Yeovil (1-1) and Bristol City (2-2), before losing 1-0 to Torquay United last weekend.

62 League Encounters

27 Lincoln wins

19 Exeter wins

16 Draws







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