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Côte d’Ivoire star, Wilfred Bony has admitted that the Watfrod striking duo of Odion Ighalo Troy Deeney pose a big threat and should not be treated with kid gloves ahead of Saturday’s EPL game.
For Bony, Ighalo and his strike partner are capable of wrecking any team so they should be watched closely.
“Ighalo and Deeney are both in good form now and as a striker when you are in good form everything can happen,” Bony said.
“In six months, you can score 20 to 25 goals. We have to be careful of what they can do and know that they are in great form and can score at any moment.
“We have to be ready and be prepared for this game.”
Ighalo has scored 14 goals this season and he is third leading scorer in the EPL.