Lagos - Nigeria Premier League club Enyimba are hoping to survive a tough group they have been placed in the CAF Champions League.
SuperSport report that Ebyimba will contend with North African giants, Zamalek of Egypt and ES Setif of Algeria, as well as Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa in Group B.
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Enyimba striker Mfon Udoh is hoping his side put in the hard work required to qualify among the two teams from the group to the next stage.
“There are no easy opponents in the group and we were not expecting one but I strongly believe if we do the needful and at the right time we will qualify from the group to the semifinals stage.”
According to Sportdaylive, the first matches of the Champions League will be played on June 17.
Enyimba have won the African title twice when they achieved a back-to-back feat in 2003 and 2004.
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