Week 43 Coupon Draws for Saturday 30 April 2022

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There’s not much separating Southampton and Crystal Palace in the Premier League and a clash between Wolves and Brighton could also be close. It’s the final weekend of the season for League One, while the majority of the Championship and League Two face their penultimate fixture. We’ve provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for 5 fixtures we think have the potential to end in a pools draw.



5 – Southampton v Crystal Palace

Southampton and Crystal Palace had to share the spoils in an entertaining 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park in December. The Saints are currently in 13th and 2-points better off than the 14th placed Eagles.

Two goals from James Ward-Prowse saw Southampton come back from 2-0 down and draw 2-2 at Brighton last weekend. The Saints have managed just one win in their last eight Premier League matches, which came against Arsenal (1-0) in their last home game.

After defeats on the road against Leicester (2-1) and Newcastle (1-0), Crystal Palace had seven shots on target, but were held to a 0-0 draw hosting Leeds on Monday.

77 League Encounters

39 Southampton wins

21 Crystal Palace wins

17 Draws



9 – Wolves v Brighton

Four of the last six Premier League meetings between Wolves and Brighton have ended in a draw. Romain Saiss scored in first-half stoppage time to edge a 1-0 win for Wolves in the reverse fixture this season.

Wolves beat Aston Villa 2-1 in their last home game, but have since suffered back-to-back losses of 1-0 away at Newcastle and Burnley and currently sit 3-points off a Europa Conference League qualification spot.

No team have drawn more than Brighton’s 14 stalemates in the Premier League this season. The Seagulls drew 2-2 hosting Southampton last weekend.

35 League Encounters

6 Wolves wins

15 Brighton wins

14 Draws



11 – Blackburn v Bournemouth

Bournemouth won 3-2 at home and 2-0 away in their Championship meetings with Blackburn last season, but the Cherries were beaten 2-0 when they met at the Vitality Stadium this term.

Blackburn ended a five-game winless run by thrashing Preston 5-1 at Deepdale on Monday and moved within 3-points of the play-off positions.

Bournemouth are holding on to 2nd place and battled back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 at Swansea on Tuesday. Four of their last five matches have ended in a draw.

21 League Encounters

11 Blackburn wins

6 Bournemouth wins

4 Draws



29 – Plymouth v MK Dons

Plymouth and MK Dons have two wins each and a draw in their last five encounters. The reverse fixture this season finished 1-1 back in December.

Plymouth’s play-off hopes come down to this final game, but they are winless in their last four, three of which ended in stalemates.

MK Dons need a win to have any chance of securing an automatic promotion spot. After a three-game winless run they bounced back and won 2-0 hosting Morecambe last weekend.

7 League Encounters

4 Plymouth wins

2 MK Dons wins

1 Draw



36 – Northampton v Exeter

Northampton have won their last four meetings with Exeter, they won 2-1 in the reverse fixture this season.

Northampton are 1-point clear in the last automatic promotion spot and come into their penultimate league fixture looking for a fourth consecutive victory.

Exeter came from a goal down and won 2-1 hosting Barrow on Tuesday, confirming their promotion from League Two. They’ve won eight of their last ten league matches.

109 League Encounters

50 Northampton wins

29 Exeter wins

30 Draws






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