Lagos - Bayelsa United have been handed Sewe Sport of Ivory Coast as their next opponent in the CAF Confederation Cup following the draw of 2nd 1/8th round held on Tuesday.
The clash will be a West African derby as Bayelsa United is now under pressure as Nigeria’s sole representative on the continent after Warri Wolves crashed out.
The first leg will be played between 18-20 April in San-Pédro, Ivory Coast. The return leg will hold in Nigeria between 25 and 27 April.
Kano Pillars and Enyimba had since crashed out of the CAF Champions League.
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