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Week 41 Pool Draw This Week for Sat 13, April 2024

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Nottingham Forest dangle over the drop zone and will hope to improve their situation hosting Wolves in the Premier League this weekend. While Fulham could take advantage of West Ham’s hectic schedule when they meet at the London Stadium. We’ve looked through this weekend football pools coupon and provided recent form and head-to-head statistics for five matches we think have the potential to end in a draw.

7 – Nottingham Forest vs Wolves

Nottingham Forest and Wolves drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture at Molineux in December and it also finished 1-1 in Wolves’ visit to the City Ground last season.

Nottingham Forest’s 3-1 defeat at Tottenham last weekend leaves them 17th and outside the drop zone on goal difference. They’ve drawn 1-1 with Crystal Palace and beaten Fulham 3-1 in their last two matches at the City Ground.

Wolves are winless in their last three Premier League matches, losing 2-0 to Aston Villa, drawing 1-1 at Burnley and losing 2-1 hosting West Ham last weekend. They’ve won five, drawn three and lost eight of their sixteen Premier League away games this season.

127 League Encounters

41 Nottingham Forest wins

58 Wolves wins

28 Draws

8 – West Ham vs Fulham

Fulham stunned West Ham in the reverse fixture back in December, thrashing them 5-0 at Craven Cottage. It was Fulham’s first win over the Hammers since 2014.

West Ham will come into this after visiting Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League on Thursday and will have the second-leg of that tie next week. Three of their last five Premier League games have ended in a draw, but they were 2-1 winners at Wolves last weekend.

Fulham ended last month with a 3-0 win hosting Tottenham and a 3-3 draw at Sheffield United, but they’ve lost back-to-back matches in April to Nottingham Forest (3-1) and Newcastle (1-0).

89 League Encounters

42 West Ham wins

28 Fulham wins

19 Draws

11 – Hull vs Q.P.R.

QPR beat Hull 2-0 at Loftus Road in December, but the Tigers won 3-0 when the teams met at the MKM Stadium last season.

After six matches without a win (4D, 2L), Hull won 3-1 away at Cardiff last weekend, helped by two goals from Fabio Carvalho. The Tigers will host Middlesbrough midweek before taking on QPR.

QPR conceded a late own goal to draw 1-1 at Plymouth on Tuesday, which leaves them just 4-points clear of the drop zone. They’ve lost just two of their last ten league games.

53 League Encounters

20 Hull wins

15 QPR wins

18 Draws

20 – Bolton vs Portsmouth

9-points separate Bolton (3rd) and Portsmouth (1st) heading into this League One clash. Portsmouth won 2-0 when the teams met in the reverse fixture this season.

Bolton are looking for a third straight victory after beating Reading 5-2 and Bristol Rovers 2-0. The Trotters have lost just one of their last eight league games.

Leaders Portsmouth are unbeaten in their last fifteen league matches and their 3-1 win over Shrewsbury last weekend was their eleventh win in that run.

99 League Encounters

41 Bolton wins

36 Portsmouth wins

22 Draws

34 – Gillingham vs Barrow

11th placed Gillingham host 5th placed Barrow in League Two. Barrow won 2-0 in the reverse fixture just last month.

Gillingham return home after losing back-to-back away games to Harrogate (5-1) and Bradford City (1-0). They are unbeaten in their last eight home games, but seven have ended in a stalemate.

Barrow ended last month on a six-game unbeaten run (4W, 2D), but have lost both their matches in April 2-1 at Morecambe and 2-0 hosting Swindon.

23 League Encounters

10 Gillingham wins

7 Barrow wins

6 Draws

 

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

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18

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26

 

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

MEDIUM PRIORITY

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27

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36

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