Hearts of Oak have touched down in Morocco ahead of the second leg of their CAF Champions League match against WAC.
Hearts, who made the trip to Morocco by making a transit in the gulf state of Dubai, will be looking to complete the job they started in Accra.
The second leg tie has been scheduled to kick off at 6:00 pm on Sunday, October 24 at the Stade Mohammed V.
CAF has decided that the match should be played behind closed doors due to the COVID situation in the North African country.
The aggregate winner on Sunday advances to the group stage of the CAF Champions League which will get underway in February next year.
The loser, meanwhile, still has a chance to continue continental football this season, by dropping down to feature in the group stage playoffs for the Caf Confederation Cup.
Hearts of Oak hold an advantage going in the second leg on Sundau.
Isaac Mensah’s first-half strike last Sunday ensured Hearts of Oak have a leg in the ‘Group Stages’ of the CAF Champions League after overcoming WAC 1-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Samuel Boadu has called on Hearts of Oak fans urging them not to lose hope despite the club’s slim win over WAC.
He believes despite his outfit beating WAC by a slim goal, they will still qualify.