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Caf CC: Who is playing who in the final match day

Caf CC: Who is playing who in the final match day

Two quarterfinal tickets will be on offer on the ultimate matchday of the Caf Confederation Cup group stage this weekend. 

The Egyptian pair of Pyramids FC and Al Masry have already booked their places in the last eight alongside Moroccan duo of RS Berkane and Hassania Agadir. The other two tickets have been taken by Guinea's Horoya and Libya's Al Nasr Benghazi. 

The spotlight is firmly on Group C where Zambia's Zanaco is a neck-to-neck race with DR Congo's Motema Pembe for the remaining ticket. RS Berkane is already into the last eight with ten points.

Zanaco or Motema Pembe?

Zanaco on nine points need a minimum of a point when they travel to Morocco to take on Berkane. Motema Pembe on seven points host already eliminated ESAE from Benin in Kinshasa. They will need an outright win and hope that the results in Casablanca will go their way.

If the two teams are tied on ten points then Zanaco will progress on a superior head to head record.

Paradou or Enyimba?

In Pool D, Morocco's Hassania Agadir have already grabbed the first ticket to the knockout stage leaving Nigeria's Enyimba and Algeria's Paradou to fight it for the remaining slot.

Enyimba are on seven points while Paradou are third with five points. Enyimba need to avoid a defeat away to San Pedro as they have a better head to head record against Paradou. The Algerians will need to be at their very best when they travel to Berkane and hope that San Pedro will do them a favour and beat Enyimba. 

Caf Confederation Cup fixtures (February 2, 2020)

Group A

  • Nouadhibou (Mauritania)v Pyramids (Egypt)
  • Enugu Rangers (Nigeria)v Al Masry (Egypt)

Group B

  • Bidvest Wits (South Africa) v Djoliba (Mali)
  • Al Nasr (Libya) – Horoya (Guinea)

Group C

  • RS Berkane (Morocco) v Zanaco (Zambia)
  • DC Motema Pembe (DR Congo) v ESAE (Benin)

Group D

  • San Pedro (Cote d’Ivoire) v Enyimba (Nigeria)
  • Hassania Agadir (Morocco) v Paradou (Algeria)