By Izuchukwu Okosi:
The Barclays Premier League action continues this weekend with Week 25 round of matches to be played, and Nigeria's celebrities are among millions of fans around the world that will either watch the games on television from the comfort of their living rooms or be at the stadiums in England.
The duo of Richard Mofe Damijo, an Arsenal fan, and Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun (Wizkid) – a Liverpool fan, spoke exclusively to Completesportsnigeria.com about their clubs' games this weekend.
Arsenal will play against Bournemouth at Dean Court on Sunday, while Liverpool and Sunderland square off Saturday afternoon at Anfield.
Richard Mofe Damijo, known as RMD in the Nigerian movie industry – like other Arsenal faithful, has not been impressed by The Gunners' recent performances.
The superstar actor insisted the club must start winning games again after four on the trot without any win and with no goals scored.
"I'm not happy by Arsenal's results of late. However, someR of the club's supporters are still confident they will make up for the defeats and draws. But with the way Leicester City and Manchester City are getting the wins, you wonder if Arsenal can catch up again," RMD told Completesportsnigeria.com
"I'm very upset at my team, and I seriously hope they go on some winning streak henceforth, starting with the Bournemouth game."
On his part, celebrated music star, Wizkid told Completesportsnigeria.com he hoped to see Liverpool get into the Premier League top four position this season.
"I support Liverpool and all I can say is that I wish them luck in their remaining games this season," the boss of Star Boy Record who stressed he is now 'whiz baba' with laughter, said to Completesportsnigeria.com Friday evening.
"I want to see Liverpool in the top four in the table. Liverpool is a big team in Europe and shouldn't be outside the top three or top four positions in England, that's what I feel.
"I'm in the studio right now working on my next project. I hope I can find time to watch their game against Sunderland."