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Week 44 Pool Draws for Sat 8 May 2021

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Week 44 Pool Draws on Coupon for Saturday 8 May 2021

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The pursuit of European football for next season continues when West Ham host Everton in the Premier League this weekend. And it’s the final day in the EFL where Championship survival hangs in the balance in a clash between Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday at Pride Park.

 

 

3 – Leeds v Tottenham

Tottenham beat Leeds 3-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in January. Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min and Toby Alderweireld all found the back of the net.

Leeds were beaten 2-0 at Brighton last Saturday, which ended an unbeaten run of six matches, a run that included a win over Man City and draws with Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United.

After losing 1-0 to Manchester City in the League Cup final, Tottenham returned to Premier League action last weekend and demolished Sheffield United 4-0. Gareth Bale contributed a hat-trick.

89 League Encounters

30 Leeds wins

33 Tottenham wins

26 Draws

 

 

7 – West Ham v Everton

Everton beat West Ham 4-1 in the League Cup in September last year, but the Hammers won 1-0 visiting Goodison Park in the Premier League in January.

West Ham’s 2-1 win at Burnley on Monday was their third win in five matches and moved them up to 5th and 3-points off 4th placed Chelsea.

Everton have won just one of their last eight matches, a 1-0 victory at Arsenal in their last away game. They lost 2-1 hosting Aston Villa last Saturday, Anwar El Ghazi’s 80th minute goal edging victory for the Villans.

129 League Encounters

36 West Ham wins

65 Everton wins

28 Draws

 

 

8 – Wolves v Brighton

The last four meetings between Wolves and Brighton have ended in draws, it finished 3-3 when they met at the Amex Stadium in January.

After losing 4-0 hosting Burnley last month, Wolves drew 1-1 away at Black Country rivals West Brom on Monday.

Brighton took a step closer to securing a fifth successive season in the top-flight with a 2-0 win over Leeds last weekend, the Seagulls’ first win in five matches.

33 League Encounters

4 Wolves wins

15 Brighton wins

14 Draws

 

 

13 – Cardiff v Rotherham

Cardiff have won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five meetings with Rotherham. The Bluebirds won 2-1 in the reverse fixture this season.

Cardiff head into their final league game of the season unbeaten in their last five matches, consisting of three draws followed by back-to-back wins. A Harry Wilson hat-trick helped them to a comfortable 4-0 win at Birmingham City last weekend.

Rotherham could only draw 0-0 with Luton on Tuesday. To avoid relegation the Millers now need a win at Cardiff and for Derby to fail to beat Sheffield Wednesday.

51 League Encounters

15 Cardiff wins

23 Rotherham wins

13 Draws

 

 

14 – Coventry v Millwall

Coventry have won five of their last ten meetings with Millwall, lost four and drawn one. The Sky Blues won 2-1 visiting The Den back in January.

Coventry have only lost one of their last five matches. They return to their temporary home of St Andrew’s following a 1-1 draw away at Huddersfield.

After a winless run of four matches (3L, 1D) Millwall picked up maximum points in a 4-1 win over Bristol City last weekend.

57 League Encounters

22 Coventry wins

25 Millwall wins

10 Draws

 

 

15 – Derby v Sheffield Wednesday

There are 3-points between Derby and Sheffield Wednesday heading into the final game of the season. The Rams are one place above the drop zone and the Owls are second to bottom.

Derby need all 3-points to ensure their Championship survival, but go into this on a run of six consecutive defeats.

Sheffield Wednesday need a win to have any chance of staying in the Championship. They’ve avoided defeat in three of their last four matches, including a 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest last weekend.

123 League Encounters

49 Derby wins

38 Sheffield Wednesday wins

36 Draws

 

 

23 – Crewe v Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury edged a 4-3 victory visiting Crewe in the EFL Trophy in November, but lost 1-0 in the reverse League One fixture in February.

Crewe are unbeaten in their last four matches (2W, 2D), but they haven’t won at home since March. They’ve lost three and drawn two of their last five on home turf.

Shrewsbury drew 0-0 hosting Ipswich on Tuesday and have now earned just 4-points in their last seven matches.

37 League Encounters

13 Crewe wins

13 Shrewsbury wins

11 Draws

 

 

26 – Ipswich v Fleetwood

Both sides won 1-0 away when they met in League One last season. When they met in this season’s campaign Fleetwood won 2-0 at home back in March.

Ipswich drew 0-0 visiting Shrewsbury on Tuesday, it was the fifth goalless draw in the last eight matches for the Tractor Boys.

Fleetwood have lost three of their last five matches. They were beaten 5-2 at Burton in their last away game and followed up with a 1-1 draw hosting MK Dons last Saturday.

3 League Encounters

1 Ipswich win

2 Fleetwood wins

0 Draws

 

 

39 – Oldham v Forest Green

It was a seven-goal thriller when the teams met in the reverse fixture in February, Forest Green won it 4-3 at The New Lawn.

Oldham are looking to bounce back from defeats to Grimsby (2-1) and Mansfield (4-1). They’ve won six, drawn two and lost fourteen of their twenty-two league home games this season.

Forest Green will want to pick up maximum points to ensure they hold the last League Two play-off spot. They go into their final game with just one defeat in their last five matches.

5 League Encounters

0 Oldham wins

2 Forest Green wins

3 Draws

 

 

40 – Port Vale v Mansfield

Jordan Bowery’s hat-trick helped propel Mansfield to a 4-0 win over Port Vale in the reverse fixture this season.

Port Vale’s nine-game unbeaten run (8W, 1D) was brought to an end in a 1-0 defeat away at relegated Grimsby last weekend.

Mansfield have the joint highest amount of draws in League Two this season, 19 of their 45 matches have ended in stalemates. They come into this following their 4-1 win over Oldham last weekend.

51 League Encounters

21 Port Vale wins

16 Mansfield wins

14 Draws

 

 

 

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