Everyone’s eyes will be on the match on the present CAF Confederation Cup elimination round first leg between Enyimba and Morocco’s Raja Casablanca in Aba.
Enyimba require a persuading triumph on their home soil to facilitate the weight on them in the arrival leg.
In any case, the consideration will center around the execution of the match authorities, who purportedly came to Nigeria on a similar trip with the Moroccan group for this amusement against Enyimba.
In their appeal to CAF over the improvement on Monday, Enyimba griped, “the way that the match authorities went in a similar trip with our rivals, Raja Club Athletic the distance to Port Harcourt, prematurely ending the first Lagos course is profoundly troubling.”
In spite of their worries on the lack of bias of the authorities, Enyimba mentor, Usman Abdallah is certain his wards will turn out with a decent outcome today regardless of Raja’s more grounded family in African football.
Enyimba destroyed Rayon Sport of Rwanda in the quarterfinals to get to this stage and Abdallah trusts Raja will go a similar way.
“Raja are a best side in Africa and they have a rich mainland history and experience. They play great and minimized football yet we are not terrified of playing them.
“North African sides are constantly extreme for West African groups, on the grounds that a large portion of their players play together for a more drawn out time.
“The majority of them discover their way into their national groups – so they give their adversaries an intense time.
“When we beat Rayon Sport, we knew the elimination rounds won’t come simple, so we began arrangements long back.
“We are not concentrating on a specific player rather we will play our diversion and get the outcome we require at home.
“To be the best on the mainland, one needs to play against the best and intense groups,” he told a neighborhood site.
Enyimba isn’t new to Raja as they met in the 2011 Champions League, where the Aba side won the scraper leg 2-0 and attracted goalless Casablanca.