General

The 2018/19 CAF Confederation Cup has stepped into the business end of the competition, with CAF revealing the last 16 draw on Monday in Cairo.

Futaa takes a look at which teams featured in last term’s last 16 and how Morocco’s Raja Casablanca claimed glory.

2018’s final 16:

  1. Algeria - USM Alger
  2. Sudan - Al-Hilal
  3. Democratic Republic of the Congo - AS Vita Club
  4. Nigeria - Enyimba
  5. Ivory Coast - ASEC Mimosas
  6. Tanzania - Young Africans
  7. Republic of the Congo - CARA Brazzaville
  8. Ivory Coast - Williamsville AC
  9. Egypt - Al-Masry
  10. Ghana - Aduana Stars
  11. Kenya - Gor Mahia
  12. Mali - Djoliba
  13. Morocco - Raja Casablanca
  14. Morocco - RS Berkane
  15. Mozambique - UD Songo
  16. Rwanda - Rayon Sports.

Raja’s road to glory:

Pitted in an unforgiving Group A draw alongside Vita, Aduana & Asec Mimosas, the Moroccan finished top with three wins & two draws from six matches.

Quarter-final

  • 3-1 aggregate win over Congo Brazzaville's CARA.

Semi’s

  • 3-1 aggregate win over Nigeria’ Enyimba

Final

  • 4-3 aggregate win over Congo’s Vita.

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