boosted their title hopes after they beat Wikki 2-1 as FC IfeanyiUbah stayed in contentin for the title after they forced a 1-1 draw at Abia Warriors on Wednesday.
Enyimba are now sixth on the table with 49 points, five points behind leaders Enugu Rangers with a game in hand.
IfeanyiUbah moved to fourth on the table after a 1-1 draw at relegation battlers, Abia Warriors in the other rescheduled game.
They have 50 points from 32 matches.
In Enyimba’s adopted home in Port Harcourt, Wikki took the lead after four minutes through Godwin Obaje, who headed home a cross from Ibrahim Alhassan ‘Muazam’.
It was Obaje’s 18th goal of the season.
However, Enyimba drew level three minutes later, when Nzube Anaezemba shot home.
Enyimba then doubled their lead in the 50th minute with Anaezemba grabbing his brace.
An effort by Obaje for Wikki in the 64th minute was chalked off for offside.
Wikki won the reverse fixture 3-1 in Bauchi.
Abia Warriors went ahead in Umuahia through Rio Olympics star Ndifreke Effiong, but visiting IfeanyiUbah pegged them back four minutes from time off a goalmouth scramble.