Defending champions Young Africans (Yanga) will begin the defence of their Cecafa Kagame Club Championship title against Uganda's Express FC after the two sides were drawn together in Group C.
The Tanzanian league champions will be based in South Darfur and will also face Express, Ports of Djibouti and Vital'O.
Elsewhere in the draw, which was made on Tuesday at the Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum, Merriekh El Fasher, APR, Elman and Simba SC were pooled together in Group A, which will also be based in Darfur.
The other group matches in the 18 June to 2 July tournament will be played in South Kordofan.
SuperSport United v ENPPI
SuperSport United have been dumped out of the CAF Confederation Cup after a 3-1 loss to Egyptian side ENPPI at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday.
South African sides have had a notoriously lackadaisical attitude to CAF competitions in the past, but SuperSport has talked up their determination to do well this year.
Maluleka had SuperSport in front on 10 minutes though with a fantastic strike from just outside the box that flew into the top corner.
But the tie turned on two goals in as many minutes for the visitors just before halftime and Ivorian forward Vincent die Foneye got Ismaily both.
The Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (Cecafa) has confirmed that the once-troubled Darfur region in western Sudan will host the 2013 Cecafa Club Championships next month.
The football body said that Democratic Republic of Congo side St. Eloi Lupopo will take part in the event.
Cecafa Secretary General Nicholas Musonye also told BBC Sport that "a team from Eritrea is yet to confirm".
Musonye said that Darfur is 90% ready to host the event, but for only two of the three groups.
"Two football stadiums in Al Fashir - Al Nuggaa [capacity 15,000] and Al Fashir [45,000] - were of impressive quality and so were hotel accommodations and transport," he said.
Younes Bellakhdar and Khamis Mcha
ASEC Mimosas only managed a 1-0 victory over Lydia LB Academic on Saturday in Abidjan, in the first leg of their CAF Confederation Cup’s second round tie.
The score could have been much heavier in favour of the Ivoirians who had endless opportunities in that game, which appeared pretty much like a one way affair.
The locals had their first opportunity in the 8th minute with a Goua Mahan’s strike cleared by the Burundian keeper, Nyabenda Athanase for the header of Mimos’ skipper Hugues Zagbayou who ended up off target.
Unfortunately for the visitors, an injured Nyabenda had to leave the field, making room for second choice keeper Epimaque.
Papy Faty has been a revelation in the Bidvest Wits set up this season.
The experienced Burundian international has in recent matches formed an instrumental midfield partnership with the duo of Tinashe Nengomasha and Sibusiso Vilakazi to form a midfield trio that has been fruitful under the tutelage of coach Clive Barker.
His fantastic form in recent matches saw him score the winning goal in his side’s 2-1 victory at Golden Arrows three weeks ago and now Faty is hoping for more.
“I always try to push myself very hard which will not only benefit me but it will also benefit the team. We have had some tough games before and we lost them but now we are pushing ourselves hard and making things hard for other teams,” said Faty.