Nigerians to watch this weekend

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Nigerians to watch this weekend

Victor Osimhen

 

 

Victor Osimhen will aim to continue his amazing scoring run on Sunday when table-topping Napoli travel to Fiorentina seeking a continuation of their unblemished record.

In the Premier League, Alex Iwobi may feature at Old Trafford as Everton hope to stun Manchester United.

Osimhen was introduced at half-time in Napoli’s Europa League clash with Spartak Moscow and netted for the fifth game running.

However, it was too little too late as the 10-man Azzurri fell to a 3-2 defeat on their turf.

The Nigerian will look forward to Sunday’s meeting with a Fiorentina side that has beaten Napoli only once in the last 12 Serie A meetings between the pair.

Luciano Spalletti gave Osimhen a little rest on Thursday and he’ll hope the forward nets in Florence as they hope to continue their unblemished league run.

Iheanacho & Ndidi

 

 

 

Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi missed out on Thursday as Leicester City dispiriting run of results continued with a 1-0 defeat by Legia Warsaw.

Brendan Rodgers noticeable utilised a three-man defence in the Europa League and the Nigeria frontman will hope his manager sticks to the formation in their trip to Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Excluding their 2-0 success over Millwall in the EFL Cup, the Foxes haven’t won a competitive game in September, a situation that’ll worry their Northern Irish tactician.

Ndidi, suspended on Thursday, is likely to play from the start at Selhurst Park.

Alex Iwobi

Manchester United host Iwobi’s Everton this weekend, with the Toffees looking to pounce on the home side’s tendency to concede on their turf in each of the last eight games at Old Trafford.

The Nigeria playmaker is yet to open his Premier League account under Rafael Benitez but will relish the chance of ending that run at present.

Everton could leapfrog United in the table with a victory.

 

 

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Alex Iwobi
Preview of Nigerians abroad
Victor Osimhen will aim to continue his amazing scoring run on Sunday when table-topping Napoli travel to Fiorentina seeking a continuation of their unblemished record.

In the Premier League, Alex Iwobi may feature at Old Trafford as Everton hope to stun Manchester United.

Wilfred Ndidi & Kelechi Iheanacho – Leicester City
Iheanacho & Ndidi
Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi missed out on Thursday as Leicester City dispiriting run of results continued with a 1-0 defeat by Legia Warsaw.

Brendan Rodgers noticeable utilised a three-man defence in the Europa League and the Nigeria frontman will hope his manager sticks to the formation in their trip to Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Excluding their 2-0 success over Millwall in the EFL Cup, the Foxes haven’t won a competitive game in September, a situation that’ll worry their Northern Irish tactician.

Ndidi, suspended on Thursday, is likely to play from the start at Selhurst Park.

Alex Iwobi
Manchester United host Iwobi’s Everton this weekend, with the Toffees looking to pounce on the home side’s tendency to concede on their turf in each of the last eight games at Old Trafford.

The Nigeria playmaker is yet to open his Premier League account under Rafael Benitez but will relish the chance of ending that run at present.

Everton could leapfrog United in the table with a victory.

Frank Onyeka
Onyeka will play his third London derby of the season when Brentford travel to West Ham United looking to stun another fancied PL outfit.

The midfielder returned to the XI against Liverpool last time out in a rip-roaring game that finished 3-3.

Brentford are still unbeaten away from home in their debut season and they’ll look to extend the ongoing run at the London Stadium to match a league record.

 

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Taiwo Awoniyi
Awoniyi hasn’t netted in the last three Bundesliga games but he’ll look forward to facing old side Mainz this weekend.

The quality of chances coming his way has lessened in recent matches, a broader situation Urs Fischer will look to remedy against the Carnival Club, although he did hit the back of the net minutes after coming on in Thursday’s Europa Conference League meeting with Maccabi Haifa.

Union could move as high as fifth at the end of the gameweek if results go their way.

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