Week 39 Pool Draw This Week for Sat 30, March 2024

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A West Midlands derby between Aston Villa and Wolves should be fiercely contested this Easter weekend, while Nottingham Forest fight for survival when they welcome Crystal Palace to the City Ground. We’ve looked through the games and provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five matches we think have the potential to end in a draw.

1 – Aston Villa vs Wolves

Aston Villa (4th) and Wolves (9th) meet at Villa Park in the Premier League this weekend. It finished 1-1 when they met at Molineux back in October.

Aston Villa have lost four of their last six matches at home, but they thrashed Ajax 4-0 in the Europa Conference League in the latest. They drew 1-1 at West Ham in their last match before the international break.

Wolves won 4-2 at Chelsea and 2-1 at Tottenham last month, but were beaten 3-0 by Newcastle in their last Premier League game on the road.

117 League Encounters

47 Aston Villa wins

41 Wolves wins

29 Draws

6 – Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace

Four of the last six meetings between Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace have ended in a draw. It finished 0-0 at Selhurst Park in October.

Nottingham Forest ended a run of three straight Premier League defeats to draw 1-1 with Luton in their last match, but currently sit in the relegation zone 1-point off the Hatters. They’ve lost three of their last four Premier League games at home, but faced Arsenal, Newcastle and Liverpool in that run.

Crystal Palace’s last match was also against Luton and finished 1-1 at Selhurst Park. Palace have failed to win their last eight Premier League games on the road (5L, 3D).

53 League Encounters

24 Nottingham Forest wins

13 Crystal Palace wins

16 Draws

10 – Hearts vs Kilmarnock

The replica fixture between Hearts and Kilmarnock finished 0-0 back in August. Hearts since beat Kilmarnock 2-1 away in the Scottish League Cup and won 1-0 in their Premiership visit in December.

Hearts lost 2-1 at Ross County in their last match before the international break, but they are unbeaten in their last seven home games (5W, 2D).

A second-half comeback saw Kilmarnock turn a 2-0 deficit into a 5-2 victory over St Mirren in their last match. Their last three league games on the road have ended in draws with Motherwell (1-1), Celtic (1-1) and Dundee FC (2-2).

236 League Encounters

92 Hearts wins

84 Kilmarnock wins

60 Draws

27 – Spartans FC vs Forfar

The first of three meetings between Spartans and Forfar in the Scottish League Two this season finished 2-2. Spartans than won 1-0 at home, before Forfar also claimed a 1-0 home win.

Spartans are winless in their last five league games, three of which have ended in a stalemate, but they were thrashed 6-2 by Dumbarton in their last home game.

No team have more draws than Forfar’s fifteen in the Scottish League Two this season. They are unbeaten in their last eleven league games, but seven have ended in a stalemate.

3 League Encounters

1 Spartans FC win

1 Forfar wins

1 Draw

40 – Marseille vs PSG

Runaway leaders PSG beat Marseille 4-0 when they met at the Parc des Princes back in September.

Marseille are unbeaten in their last seventeen home games across all competitions, consisting of eleven wins and six draws. They’ve won their last four on the spin.

PSG have only lost one Ligue 1 game this season which was back in September, but three of their last four league fixtures have ended in a draw. They have nine wins and four draws in thirteen league away games this season.

76 Encounters (since 1989)

22 Marseille wins

36 PSG wins

18 Draws

 

HIGH PRIORITY – has a broad chance of ending a draw;

HIGH PRIORITY

14

24

17

27

 

MEDIUM PRIORITY – has an average chance of ending a draw.

MEDIUM PRIORITY

1

29

30

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