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Week 41 Pool Draws for Sat 17 Apr 2021

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Leicester and Southampton meet at Wembley this weekend for an FA Cup semi-final that may take more than 90-minutes to decide.

Fulham will carry a must-win attitude into their trip to the Emirates to take on Arsenal.

While, in-form Bournemouth could boost their chances of a play-off finish visiting Championship leaders Norwich.

We’ve provided head-to-head and recent form statistics for 10 fixtures we think could end in score draws.

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2 – Leicester v Southampton

There’s the potential for silverware this season for Leicester and Southampton as they meet for this FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. The Foxes won their Premier League meeting with the Saints 2-0 at the King Power in January.

Leicester come into this on the back of two Premier League defeats, they were beaten 2-0 hosting Manchester City and narrowly lost 3-2 visiting West Ham last weekend.

After coming from two goals down to beat Burnley 3-2 in their last home game, Southampton went on the road and slumped to a 3-0 defeat away at West Brom on Monday.

83 League Encounters

25 Leicester wins

31 Southampton wins

27 Draws

 

 

3 – Arsenal v Fulham

Alexandre Lacazette, Gabriel and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got the goals in Arsenal’s 3-0 win at Craven Cottage back in September.

An inconsistent Arsenal have lost two, drawn two and won one of their last five matches. The Gunners won 3-0 at bottom of the table Sheffield United last weekend, but have failed to win their last three matches at the Emirates.

Fulham have lost their last four matches on the spin and are 6-points from safety. They conceded in the 92nd minute to lose 1-0 to Wolves last Friday.

57 League Encounters

39 Arsenal wins

8 Fulham wins

10 Draws

 

 

11 – Norwich v Bournemouth

When they met in the Premier League last season Bournemouth and Norwich drew 0-0 at the Vitality Stadium and Norwich won 1-0 at Carrow Road. The Cherries won 1-0 hosting their Championship meeting this term.

Norwich have an 8-point lead at the top of the Championship table and come into this unbeaten in their last thirteen league matches (11W, 2D). They need 2-points to secure guaranteed promotion back to the Premier League.

Bournemouth have won their last five Championship matches and scored fourteen goals in the process. They won 4-1 hosting Coventry last weekend and won 2-1 at Huddersfield on Tuesday evening.

57 League Encounters

23 Norwich wins

19 Bournemouth wins

15 Draws

 

 

13 – Rotherham v Birmingham

Both teams scored penalties in the final 3-minutes of the match to draw 1-1 in the reverse fixture back in September.

Rotherham drew 0-0 visiting Huddersfield last Saturday, but they took a bigger step towards Championship survival with a 3-1 victory hosting QPR midweek.

Birmingham have won three of their last five matches, but they’ve all been at St Andrew’s. They’ve picked up just 2-points from their last four away games.

35 League Encounters

6 Rotherham wins

18 Birmingham wins

11 Draws

 

 

15 – Stoke v Preston

Preston went down to 10-men after 22-minutes and were beaten 1-0 by Stoke in the reverse fixture back in September.

Stoke have followed back-to-back wins with back-to-back losses in their last four Championship matches. They were beaten 2-1 hosting Millwall and lost 2-0 visiting Birmingham.

Preston won 1-0 at Swansea in their last away game, which is their only victory in their last eight matches. They were routed 5-0 by Brentford last Saturday.

99 League Encounters

34 Stoke wins

44 Preston wins

21 Draws

 

 

18 – Blackpool v Sunderland

Blackpool are 5th and 6-points adrift of 3rd placed Sunderland. They drew 1-1 when they met at the Stadium of Light in December.

Blackpool are unbeaten in their last fifteen matches, three from the last five have ended in draws including a 0-0 stalemate with Accrington on Tuesday.

Sunderland’s automatic promotion chances have taken a hit recently, as they’ve lost their last two matches by 2-1 to both Charlton and Wigan.

59 League Encounters

17 Blackpool wins

24 Sunderland wins

18 Draws

 

 

21 – Charlton v Ipswich

Charlton are 8th and 2-points ahead of 9th placed Ipswich. Charlton won 2-0 when they met in the reverse fixture earlier this season.

Winning 2-1 at Sunderland last weekend extended Charlton’s unbeaten run to eight league matches (5W, 3D).

Ipswich went down to 10-men after 28-minutes and were beaten 3-0 visiting AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday. Three of their previous four league matches ended in 0-0 draws.

45 League Encounters

16 Charlton wins

19 Ipswich wins

10 Draws

 

 

28 – Wigan v Crewe

Crewe comfortably beat Wigan 3-0 when the teams met in the reverse fixture back in October.

Wigan built on their 4-1 victory away at Doncaster last weekend and came from behind to win 2-1 hosting promotion chasing Sunderland on Tuesday.

Crewe were taken apart in a 6-0 defeat hosting Oxford United last weekend and could only follow up with a 0-0 draw hosting Portsmouth midweek.

23 League Encounters

13 Wigan wins

6 Crewe wins

4 Draws

 

 

39 – Stevenage v Mansfield

They drew 0-0 in their one meeting last season before Covid restrictions enforced a curtailed finish in League Two. The reverse fixture this season was back in October and also finished 0-0.

Stevenage’s twelve-match unbeaten run (6W, 6D) came to an end in a 2-1 defeat away at Salford City last weekend.

No team have more draws (19) than Mansfield in League Two this season, six of their last seven matches have ended in stalemates.

16 League Encounters

6 Stevenage wins

7 Mansfield wins

3 Draws

 

 

40 – Tranmere v Salford City

The only other league encounter between Tranmere and Salford City was the reverse fixture in October which finished 2-2.

Tranmere have drawn five of their last eight league matches, won one and lost two. They were beaten 1-0 away at Walsall on Tuesday.

Salford City started the month with a 1-1 draw hosting Grimsby, claimed back-to-back victories over Forest Green (2-0) and Stevenage (2-1) and lost 1-0 hosting Bolton this week.

1 League Encounter

0 Tranmere wins

0 Salford City wins

1 Draw

 

 

 

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