Unlike the Caf Champions League, the uniqueness of the 2019/20 Caf Confederation Cup is that no previous winner is in the quarterfinals.
The quarter-final line up was completed on Sunday night and interestingly no team in the last eight has ever lifted this second biggest club trophy on the continent. The closes we have is RS Berkane from Morocco who were finalists last season.
Nigerian side Enyimba have their own continental glory but in Champions League. They won in 2003 and 2004.
Just like Champions League, North African clubs dominate this stage with five clubs out of the eight. Egypt has two clubs in Al Masry and Pyramids same as Morocco who are represented by Berkane and Hassania Agadir. To other North African club is Libya's Al Nasr Al Benghazi.
West Africa is represented by Enyimba and Guinea's Horoya while the southern region is represented with Zambia's Zanaco.
East and Central African regions have no representations in the last eight.