Wikki Tourists of Bauchi will have their hands full on Sunday when RSLAF FC of Sierra Leone visit the Tafawa Belewa Stadium, Bauchi for the return leg of the first preliminary round of CAF Confederation Cup.
Wikki definitely have a huge task ahead of them in the form of overturning a 2-0 deficit they suffered in the first leg last weekend.
Their opponents, RSLAF FC, formed in 2002 by the Sierra Leonean military to bridge the military/civilian gap, convincingly defeated Wikki tourists, who finished in the third place in the Nigerian Professional Football League last season after missing out the previous season when they finished fourth.
The Bauchi based club remains optimistic about their qualification as they believe that the deficit is not insurmountable and that they have all it takes to overturn it and run away with the qualification ticket.
RSLAF FC on the other hand will employ both their military and football experience to try and thwart the Nigerians’ victory plan.
Wikki Tourists need to win with more than two goals while making sure they do not concede in order to meet Tunisia Giants, Club Africain waiting for the winners of this crunch tie.
Kick off is 4pm.