Week 43 Pool Draw This Week for Sat 27, April 2024

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A point may suit both Everton and Brentford when they meet in the Premier League this weekend. While the action heats up in League One and Two with the final round of fixtures. 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.

3 – Everton vs Brentford

Everton (16th) welcome Brentford (15th) to Goodison Park in the Premier League this weekend. The Toffees won 3-1 visiting the Gtech Community Stadium back in September.

Everton took a big step towards alleviating relegation fears with a 2-0 win hosting fellow strugglers Nottingham Forest last weekend. The Toffees will host Brentford after their midweek Merseyside derby with Liverpool.

Brentford have followed three straight draws with back-to-back wins to go unbeaten in their last five matches. The Bees’ 5-1 win at Luton last Saturday put them 10-points clear of the relegation zone.

21 League Encounters

9 Everton wins

9 Brentford wins

3 Draws

4 – Fulham vs Crystal Palace

Three of the last four meetings between Fulham and Crystal Palace have ended in a draw, including their meeting at Selhurst Park this season which finished 0-0.

Fulham beat Brighton and Tottenham by 3-0 in home games last month, but in April they’ve lost at Craven Cottage to Newcastle (1-0) and Liverpool (3-1).

After their triumphant 1-0 win at Liverpool, Crystal Palace carried the momentum back to Selhurst Park last weekend to thrash West Ham 5-2. The Eagles scored four goals within the first 31-minutes.

47 League Encounters

17 Fulham wins

13 Crystal Palace wins

17 Draws

18 – Sheffield Wednesday vs West Brom

Sheffield Wednesday and West Brom meet for their penultimate Championship game of the season. The Baggies won 1-0 when they met at The Hawthorns in October.

Sheffield Wednesday moved out of the bottom three and 1-point clear with a 3-1 win at Blackburn last weekend. Their last three home games have finished in draws with Swansea (1-1), Norwich (2-2) and Stoke (1-1).

West Brom (5th) are on course for a play-off finish, but will want to strengthen their position after back-to-back defeats to Sunderland (1-0) and Leicester (2-1).

111 League Encounters

50 Sheffield Wednesday wins

34 West Brom wins

27 Draws

20 – Watford vs Sunderland

Both meetings between Watford and Sunderland finished 2-2 last season. Sunderland won 2-0 when the teams met at the Stadium of Light this campaign.

Watford drew 0-0 with Hull last weekend, which was the Hornets’ fifth stalemate in their last six matches. The exception in that run was a narrow 3-2 defeat away at Southampton.

Sunderland have drawn with Leeds (0-0) and beaten West Brom (1-0) in their last two games on the road, but lost 1-0 hosting Millwall last weekend.

41 League Encounters

9 Watford wins

16 Sunderland wins

16 Draws

26 – Peterborough vs Bolton

Peterborough and Bolton meet for their final League One game of the season. It finished 1-1 when they met in the reverse fixture in September, but Bolton won 5-0 visiting the Posh last season.

Peterborough are already assured a play-off spot. After back-to-back wins over Fleetwood (4-1) and Bristol Rovers (2-0), the Posh were beaten 2-0 at relegation threatened Cheltenham on Tuesday.

This is a must-win for Bolton if they are to have any chance of beating Derby to 2nd place and securing automatic promotion. The Trotters will arrive unbeaten in their last six matches (3W, 3D) and most recently beat Port Vale 2-0.

14 League Encounters

4 Peterborough wins

8 Bolton wins

2 Draws

 

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

HIGH PRIORITY

3

4

39

49

 

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

MEDIUM PRIORITY

13

23

35

44

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