7 Super Eagles stars who risk Premier League exit
Seven (7) Super Eagles stars risk English Premier League exit as their respective clubs battle for survival in the 2022/2023 season.
ALEX IWOBI (EVERTON)
Everton Football Club are placed 19th on the log with 28-points from 33 matches. The Toffees are without a win since March 11 and face fellow relegation strugglers Leicester City on Monday May 1.
Another loss will further deem the Toffees hopes of survival while a win will take them out of the danger zone with four games to go.
KELECHI IHEANACHO AND WILFRED NDIDI (LEICESTER CITY)
2015/2016 English Premier League champions Leicester City have found themselves in a very complicated situation after a poor season.
In their ranks are two Super Eagles stars Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi .
The Foxes are placed 18th with 29-points after 33 games. Iheanacho and Ndidi will continue their push for survival against Alex Iwobi`s Everton on May 1.
Leicester City like Everton understand the importance of this relegation six-pointer to their season.
PAUL ONUACHU AND JOE ARIBO ( SOUTHAMPTON )
Paul Onuachu and Joe Aribo look destined for the English Championship at the end of the season except the Saints can put in performances like what earned a them a point vs Arsenal .
Their next opponent is In-form Newcastle United at St James Park on Sunday April 30.
Defeat to the Magpies will further rock their sinking ship reason Saints boss Ruben Selles must rally hi
s charges to deliver a special performance and keep their slim hopes of survival alive.
Southampton are bottom of the standings with 24-points from 33-games.
TAIWO AWONIYI AND EMMANUEL DENNIS ( SOUTHAMPTON )
Taiwo Awoniyi and Emmanuel Dennis complete the list of Super Eagles players battling against relegation from the English Premier League.
The Nottingham Forest strikers have their survival fight boosted with points from the 3-1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion at the City Ground in mid-week.
They face Brentford on Saturday afternoon and will fight to get the points and stay above the danger zone.
Forest are placed 17th on the log with 30-points from 33 matches.
A look at the English Premier League table with five games show it is mathematically impossible for all 7-Eagles to survive the drop.
The other Super Eagle in the Premier league Frank Onyeka of Brentford is safe and in-fact pursuing a spot in Europe.