Lagos - Nigerian champions, Kano Pillars, as well as two-time African champions, Enyimba and Dolphins will have to battle for second round places in Caf interclub competitions in mid-March and first weekend of April against tricky oppositions from North Africa, SuperSport reports.
The fourth club from Nigeria's top flight, Warri Wolves, who dislodged Burkina Faso's Racing Club de Bobo-Dioulasso over two legs, have a trip to the East of African country of Ethiopia.
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It is the first time since 2013 that all of four Nigerian clubs will progress beyond the preliminaries of the Caf Champions League and Confederation Cup.
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