Kaizer Chiefs have arrived in Burkina Faso For their CAF champions League encounter.
Amakosi will be facing one of the African's giants on Sunday evening for their second game in the CAFCL group stages.
Chiefs will go head to head with the Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca.
The game was supposed to be played in Morocco early this month, but it was postponed after Chiefs failed to secure Visas to enter into the country.
This was because Morocco banned flights to and from South Africa due to the rapid spread of Covid-19 infections in South Africa.
The game was then scheduled to take place in Egypt, but after Chiefs failed to make it to Egypt on time, the Egyptians pulled out.
The game was then moved to Burkina Faso as another neutral venue.
Both sides have arrived to west Africa for the encounter.
Chiefs will be looking for an away victory to better their chances of making it to the knockout stages.
But however if is expected to be a very tough game since the Moroccan side is very experienced when it comes to the tournament.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs official Twitter Account
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