Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clubs, Enyimba and Rivers United, have discovered their opponents in the
CAF Confederation Cup play-off round.
Enyimba were the only Nigerian club left in the Confederation Cup after Bayelsa United crashed out, but Rivers United dropped to the second-tier competition after their race ended in the Champions League.
Both teams will now be fighting for a spot in the group stage of the competition.
Enyimba have been drawn against Libyan outfit Al Ittihad, while Rivers United will be going against Al Masry of Egypt.
The first-leg matches are scheduled for 28 November, while the second-leg games will take place on 5 December, according to the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
THE FULL FIXTURES
Zanaco (Zambia) – Binga (Mali)
Simba (Tanzania) – Red Arrows (Zambia)
TP MAzembe (DR Congo) – Marumo Gallants (South Africa)
ASEC Mimosas (Cote d’Ivoire) – GD Interclube (Angola)
Nouadhibou (Mauritania) – Coton Sport (Cameroon)
US Gendarmerie Nationale (Niger) – DC Motema Pembe (DR Congo)
AS Otoho (Congo) – Gor Mahia (Kenya)
APR (Rwanda) – RS Berkane (Morocco)
Tusker (Kenya) – CS Sfaxien (Tunisia)
Hearts if Oak (Ghana) – JS Saoura (Algeria)
Rivers United (Nigeria) – Al Masry (Egypt)
Stade Malien (Mali) – Ahly Tripoli (Libya) OR Biashara United (Tanzania)
Al Ittihad (Libya) – Enyimba (Nigeria)
AS Maniema Union (DR Congo) – Pyramids (Egypt)
LPRC Oilers (Liberia) – Orlando Pirates (South Africa)
Royal Leopards (Eswatini) – JS Kabylie (Algeria)
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