Lagos - Warri Wolves have traveled to Tunisia for the second-leg of their CAF Confederation Cup second round tie against CA Bizertin billed for this weekend.
A 25-man delegation which comprised of 16 players and nine officials left the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos at about 7am local time and are expected to arrive in Tunis later on Wednesday.
CA Bizertin held Wolves to a goalless draw in the first leg played in Warri.
Technical adviser of Warri Wolves, Paul Aigbogun said the early departure is to allow the team acclimatize with the weather in Tunisia and to allow them enough time to train and rest before the game.
Victory will see any of the sides through to the next round, while a score draw will see the Nigerian side advance.
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