Cameroonian side Union Douala will travel to Nigeria to face Warri Wolves. Doula carries a 3-2 deficit and will need to turn things round away from home if they are to reach second round. It is the same story with Malian side C.O Bamako who lost 2-0 to visiting Ivorians, ASEC Mimosas and now head to Abidjan looking for a miracle win.
South African side SuperSport United will be in Nairobi at the weekend to play AFC Leopards and the Kenyans 2-0 down from first leg encounter. Matsatsantsa as SuperSport Utd are affectionately known will be hoping the Kenyan Leopards do not claw their way back like they did against Defence FC from Ethiopia in the previous round.