Action continues on Sunday all across leagues in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Headlining the Super Sunday programs in the English Premier League is the high profile clash between Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho’s Leicester Cityand Nigerian born British youngster Bukayo Saka’s Arsenal at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester were dumped out of the Europa League on Thursday evening after a shock 2-0 reverse at home to Czech outfit Slavia Prague leaving the Foxes’ with only one route to next season’s Champions League.
City need a top-four finish to quality for the continent’s elite club competition next term, though their chances of nabbing a crucial three points against Arsenal on Sunday have been hit by an injury to James Maddison.
Arsenal meanwhile, came through a sticky tie at home to Benfica on Thursday to book their place in the Last 16 of the Europa League, though they needed a late Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang effort to win by the odd goal in five.
Still in the English Premier League, Ola Aina and Josh Maja’s Fulham take a short trip to Selhurst Park for a potentially tight clash with Crystal Palace.
Fulham had looked dead, buried and destined for a return to the Championship at the turn of the year, though a haul of seven points from the last nine on offer has set the Cottagers up for a miraculous escape.
Scott Parker’s slick passers earned a valuable 1-0 victory over Sheffield United last time out to close the gap on 17th placed Newcastle to just three points, and with spirits high in the Fulham camp, they will cross London with confidence on Saturday.
Crystal Palace meanwhile, made it a trio wins from five Premier League assignments when they won by the odd goal in three at Brighton, though their victory was scarcely deserved.
The Eagles scored twice from just three attempts against the Seagulls who racked up 25 shots in reply, and a more ruthless team might have punished Palace’s lax defending.
Elsewhere in the Spanish La Liga, Super Eagles forward Samuel Chukwueze will be in action for Villarreal as the ‘Yellow Submarines’ play host to the under pressure leaders Atlético Madrid at Estadio de la Ceramica.
After winning just one of their last four games, the chasers are closing in on Atletico Madrid at the top of La Liga and Los Colchoneros will be desperate to secure a positive result to calm the nerves when they travel to La Ceramica on Sunday night.
Diego Simeone’s charges have been dominant domestically throughout the campaign up until the last three weeks, but a home draw with Celta Vigo and just a single point from a double header against Levante has seen Atleti’s advantage cut to three points.
At the home front, there are full matchday programs in the 2021 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL 21) which enters its 13th round today. League leaders Kano Pillars play away to Dakkada FC at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium inUyo, while the beleaguered MFM FC entertain Nasarawa United at the Agege Stadium in Lagos.
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