Power Dynamos striker Jimmy Ndhlovu says playing against little known Sudanese club Al Khartoum in the preliminary round of the 2015 CAF Confederation Cup would be tricky.
Power and Khartoum coached by ex-Ghana boss Kwesi Appiah will clash in the preliminary round of next year’s Confederation Cup.
“It is tricky because we hardly know about that team.Even if you search on the internet there is lack of information about that team,” Ndhlovu said.
The Kitwe club will be in Sudan on February 14 before welcoming Khartoum at Arthur Davies Stadium two weeks later.
“But the coach and us players will work hard to get maximum results,” he said.
Ndhlovu added:” I want to help Power Dynamos reach at least the semifinals of the Confederation Cup.”
The overall winner between Power and Al Khartoum will face either Sewe Sport of Cote d’Ivoire or AS Kaloum of Guinea in the first round in March.