Rangers International of Enugu are set for two potentially decisive trips to Tunisia in the CAF Confederation Cup, as The Flying Antelopes have been placed in the same group with Etoile du Sahel and CS Sfaxien.
In what could be one of the most dramatic draws ever in African club football, The Flying Antelopes will battle two clubs from the same country in their group, with Salitas of Burkina Faso completing the log.
Footballive.ng gathered that all odds favour the Tunisia duo to qualify from Group B, with Rangers and Salitas ranked as outsiders for tickets into the expanded quarter-final stage of the second-tier competition.
On the other hand, the Kenyan team that Lobi Stars knocked out of the CAF Champions League race, Gor Mahia have been pooled with Zamalek of Egypt in the same group, following the draw conducted on Monday.
Zamalek, who have won eight CAF Champions League title s as well as one Confederations Cup, eliminated Tunisian side Ittihad Tanger to seal their place in the next round, where they will also face NA Hussein from Algeria and Petro Atletico of Angola in Group D.
The full draw has – Group A: Hassania Agadir, Otoho d’Oyo , RS Berkane, Raja CA; Group B: Etoile Sahel, Enugu Rangers, Salitas FC, CS Sfaxien; Group C: ZESCO United, Al Hilal Omdurman, Asante Kotoko SC, Nkana FC; Group D: Gor Mahia FC, NA Hussein Dey, Petro Atletico and Zamalek SC.