Exciting football actions continue this Sunday across leagues in Europe, Africa and Asia.
Headlining the Super Sunday programs in the English Premier League today is the clash between Alexander Iwobi’s Everton and Ola Aina’s Fulham at the Goodison Park.
Everton secured their passage to the FA Cup quarter finals in midweek, though the Toffees’ extra-time triumph over Tottenham could leave them leggy for what looks a tricky test against Fulham on Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men emerged from a nine-goal slugfest after 120 pulsating minutes against Spurs, though key centre-forward and leading scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin came off with what looked like a hamstring complaint.
Premier League victories are still proving elusive for Fulham, though the Cottagers have morphed into a much more competitive force as the campaign has progressed.
The relegation candidates were beaten just three times in their last 11 league assignments, and Liverpool, Tottenham, Southampton and West Ham all tried and failed to beat Scott Parker’s stubborn outfit during that period.
Still in the English Premier League, Super Eagles defender Semi Ajayi will be in action for West Bromwich Albion as the Baggies seek to end their poor run when they host Manchester United at the Hawthorns.
West Brom have the Premier League’s worst record over the last eight games, with the Baggies claiming just four points from the last 24 available.
Manchester United have been tested twice at Old Trafford since their 9-0 win over Southampton. They dropped two points against Everton before needing extra-time to eliminate West Ham from the FA Cup. However, expect them to breeze past a West Brom side who are 11 points off safety.
In Italy, Nigerian Simy Nwankwo will lead the charge for the Italian Serie A basement team Crotone when they entertain the stuttering Sassuolo Stadio Ezio Scida.
Sassuolo have not won in their last five Serie A games (D2 L3). Their poor record looks to be down to a run of tough fixtures, until their home loss to newly-promoted Spezia.
Crotone have won 83% of their points in Serie A this season at home and they’ve picked up three wins in their last five at their own ground. However, they conceded in all of those wins, having failed to keep a clean sheet here all season.
Sassuolo come into this one having lost four of their last six in all competitions, including a defeat at home to Serie B side SPAL. However, Sassuolo have scored in 91% of their away games.
At the home front, there are full matchday actions in the 2021 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL 21) which enters its tenth round today. Crisis ridden MFM FC travel to Kano to take on Kano Pillars at the Sanni Abacha Stadium.
However, the duo of Enyimba and Rivers United slug it out in the first leg of their CAF Confederations Cup Final qualifications match at the Enyimba International Stadium in Aba.
Amidst these exciting actions involving Nigerian players across Europe and Africa, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home Wins ACCA.
We are backing the home teams to triumph in the 8 selected matches. These selections have been made based on the teams’ current forms and best available head to head stats.
See bet slip below for the selected matches:
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