Former Super Eagles’ forward, Victor Moses is set for his first league start in nine months when he takes to the field later Friday evening for Turkish giants Fenerbahce in their matchday 21 clash away at Kayserispor, reports.
The 28-year-old has featured from the bench in two of his last games with the club, scoring in last week’s 2-0 with over Gotzepe but will however be called up to the starting lineup for the first time since joining the club last month.
His last league start came on the final day of the  2017/2018 season when he started Chelsea’s 3-0 loss to Newcastle with his only competitive start this season coming in the Carabao Cup win over Liverpool in September.
The Nigerian is, however, enjoying his football again in Turkey and has been receiving plenty of support from the Fenerbahce fans who believe the versatile player can become a cult hero in Turkey.
12th placed Fenerbache travel to Kayseri, hoping to make three back to back wins for the first time this season as they continue their steady push to the top half of the league table.