The Moroccan side claimed the narrow lead in the first leg clash - courtesy of Karim Benarif’s strike - played at the Stade de FUS in Rabat last Saturday and will look to make their advantage count at the Stade Taieb Mhiri in Sfax.
— Club Sportif Sfaxien (@CSSofficiel) September 21, 2017
Sfaxien, who are three-time champions of this continental competition, will count on their experience in the completion to try and turn the tie around.
الفتح ينهي تداريبه استعدادا لمواجهة النادي الصفاقسي https://t.co/ko4rv3eOHg
— Fath Union Sport-FUS (@FUS_OFFICIEL) September 21, 2017
The aggregate winners of this encounter will face either Al-Hilal Al-Ubayyid or TP Mazembe in the semi-finals.