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The third round of the FA Cup kicks off this weekend and with Premier League clubs entering the fray, giant-killing is on the agenda. We’ve looked through some of the games on this week’s pools coupon and provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five matches we think have the potential to end in a draw.
11 – Middlesbrough v Aston Villa
Middlesbrough welcome Aston Villa to the Riverside Stadium for this third round FA Cup tie. They last met in the Championship in the 2018-2019 season and Villa won both encounters by 3-0.
Middlesbrough were beaten 3-1 hosting Coventry on New Year’s Day, but they’ve won four of their last six matches, which includes a 3-0 win over Port Vale to reach the EFL Cup semi-finals.
Aston Villa ended the year with a 3-2 victory hosting Burnley and their only defeat in their last twelve matches was a narrow 3-2 loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
132 League Encounters
39 Middlesbrough wins
61 Aston Villa wins
12 – Millwall v Leicester
Millwall and Leicester meet for an all-Championship tie in the third round of the FA Cup. The Foxes won 3-2 when they met at the King Power last month.
A late goal edged Millwall a 1-0 win at Bristol City on New Year’s Day, it was the Lions’ third win in a row and sees them unbeaten in their last five (2D, 3W).
Leicester thrashed Huddersfield 4-1 on New Year’s Day to go 10-points clear at the top of the Championship. The Foxes are unbeaten in their last ten matches (8W, 2D).
39 League Encounters
14 Millwall wins
17 Leicester wins
22 – Sunderland v Newcastle
This third FA Cup tie will be first meeting between bitter rivals Sunderland and Newcastle since 2016. That game ended in a 1-1 draw at St James’ Park in the Premier League.
Sunderland have won five of their last seven home games and moved into the top-6 in the Championship with a 2-0 victory hosting Preston on New Year’s Day.
Newcastle suffered a fourth straight defeat in a 4-2 loss at Liverpool on New Year’s Day. The Magpies have failed to win their last eight away games in all competitions (7L, 1D).
142 League Encounters
47 Sunderland wins
51 Newcastle wins
27 – Burton v Wycombe
Burton (19th) host Wycombe (16th) in League One this weekend. The reverse fixture finished 0-0 back in August.
Burton lost 1-0 at promotion chasing Bolton on New Year’s Day, but the Brewers ended December with back-to-back home wins over Blackpool (1-0) and Shrewsbury (1-0).
10-man Wycombe survived a nervy finish to hang on and beat Bristol Rovers 3-2 on New Year’s Day. It was the Chairboys first win in thirteen league matches.
16 League Encounters
7 Burton wins
8 Wycombe wins
31 – Port Vale v Charlton
Port Vale scored the winner in the 87th minute to snatch a 3-2 victory in the reverse of this League One fixture back in August.
Port Vale conceded two goals in the final 10-minutes to lose 2-1 at strugglers Carlisle on New Year’s Day, but beat Blackpool 3-0 in their last league game at home.
Charlton’s winless run was extended to eight matches in all competitions in a 2-1 defeat to Oxford on New Year’s Day. They’ve lost their last three league games on the bounce, but are level on points with Port Vale heading into this weekend’s clash.
33 League Encounters
10 Port Vale wins
13 Charlton wins
HIGH PRIORITY – has a broad chance of ending a draw;
MEDIUM PRIORITY – has an average chance of ending a draw.
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