The Flying Antelopes must score at least three answered goals past the five-time winners, to progress to the lucrative mini-league stage.
“Despite the fact that we lose 4-1 in the first leg does not mean we cannot change the tune of the music here in Nigeria.
“The first leg has come and gone and we have moved on. The important thing is that I have my team intact and I believe we will perform wonders this weekend.
“We know it won’t be an easy match but we are banking on the fact that we want to maintain the jinx we have broken in the league after 32 years. We intend to do the same in the continental club championship because it has been a decade since Rangers the country in the CAF Champions league.
“The truth is that we will put in our best to make we score goals and win the day as well qualify to the group stage, but only if the players will step up their game and make use of their chances once the need arises,” Amapakabo said.
Saturday, 18 March 2017
KCCA (Uganda) vs Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa) (1-2)
RC Kadiogo (Burkina Faso) vs USM Alger (Algeria) (0-2)
El Merreikh (Sudan) vs Rivers United (Nigeria) (0-3)
FUS Rabat (Morocco) vs Ahly Tripoli (Libya) (0-2)
Mounana (Gabon) vs Wydad Athletic Club (Morocco) (0-1)
Zanaco (Zambia) vs Young Africans (Tanzania) (1-1)
CNaPs (Madagascar) vs Coton Sport (Cameroon) (0-1)
Sunday, 19 March 2017
AS Tanda (Cote d’Ivoire) vs Etoile du Sahel (0-3)
Horoya (Guinea) vs Esperance (1-3)
Barrack Young Controllers (Liberia) vs Ferroviario Beira (Mozambique) (0-2)
Enugu Rangers (Nigeria) vs Zamalek (Egypt) (1-4)
AS Vita (DR Congo) vs Ports Authority (Gambia) (1-1)
Bidvest (South Africa) vs Al Ahly (Egypt) (0-1)
Caps United (Zimbabwe) vs TP Mazembe (DR Congo) (1-1)
Saint George (Ethiopia) vs AC Leopards (Congo) (1-0)
Port Louis (Mauritius) vs El Hilal (Sudan) (0-3)