Nottingham Forest's Taiwo Awoniyi arrives at the ground ahead of the Premier League match at City Ground, Nottingham. Picture date: Saturday May 11, 2024.


13:10 on Monday, May 13, 2024 In spite of Nottingham Forest’s 3-2 loss to Chelsea on Saturday, Taiwo Awoniyi is optimistic that the team will survive the drop this year. At the City Ground, the Tricky Trees were ahead 2-1 with fifteen minutes remaining. However, Raheem Sterling and Nicolas Jackson’s two goals in the last ten minutes sealed the Blues’ victory. Awoniyi, who was just brought on in the 87th minute, didn’t play much because he was still recuperating from an injury he sustained at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations. Nuno Espirito Santo’s team would virtually definitely play in the Premier League the following season after Luton lost 3-1 to West Ham at the London Stadium over the weekend.

Before playing relegated Burnley on the last day of the season, Forest leads the Hatters by three points in 17th place thanks to a significantly better goal differential. The Nigerian international is confident the team will stay in the top division, but he doesn’t want to take any chances when they play the Clarets on May 19 at Turf Moor. “I believe that we will be present. After the Chelsea defeat, he stated, “The most important thing is to win the next game. We’ll be in the Premier League next season.”

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