ANICHEBE, MIKEL END SEASON WITH FORMALITY GAME
The Nigerian duo of Victor Anichebe and John Mikel Obi will tomorrow, at the Goodson Park, end the 2010/11 season with an inconsequential game whose outcome will not change their teams' respective positions on the Premiership table. However, if there is anything to play for in that game, it would be pride, as Chelsea, in the past three seasons or there about, has not defeated Everton.
The Blues, without doubt, has finished the season in the second position with 71 points. If it loses the encounter, it would still maintain that position on account of its superior goal difference, thereby restricting Manchester City in the third place.
Everton, on its part, is seventh on the log with 48 points. It is clinically out of the contest for a place in Europe next season. But if it decisions Chelsea in this very last game, it would end the season on a high, having earlier played a 1-1 draw with the London millionaire club in the first stanza of the season.
The Super Eagles' playing staff, who have not scored any goal for their respective clubs this season, have this opportunity to add their names on the scorers' sheet for the season.