Current Champions of Cameroon, Cotonsport of Garoua have left the country this Thursday en route to Kumasi Ghana where they will face,Asante Kotoko of Ghana in an all important Clash for a place in the group stage of the 2019 CAF confederation cup.

The Cotonsport delegation left the country via the Douala International airport this Thursday morning ahead Sunday’s clash at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi but will make transits at Lome and Accra before they get to Kumasi.

The boys of Ebwelle Bertin were eliminated in the last playoffs round of the current champions league campaign and entered the confederation where they suffered a defeat in their last game last Sunday.

Cotonsport’s stay in the competition needs a good comeback fight, after they lost 2-3 at home to Asante Kotoko last Sunday.

The club’s communication boss,Adamou Saliou took to social media to talk about the traveling troops of president, Fernand Sadou.

“The boys are quite motivated and have forgotten about the first game after learning their lessons,we know Kotoko is very good at home but we want to have a better game than we had in Cameroon”

Cotonsport beat local side Musango FC by 7 goals to nil in a friendly game on Monday and travel without Midfielder,Moise Sakava who left the country on Tuesday evening to complete formalities ahead of a move to French League un side,Stade Reims.

Defender Etta Bawak is suspended while Togolese Midfielder,Serge Seko comes back after serving a 1 game suspension.

Central African, International Brice Zimbori is still unavailable for selection due to an injury.

Asante Kotoko will be without defender Augustine Sefah whose yellow in Yaounde was his second in the competition this season thus ruling him out.

Cotonsport needs a 2 goals win to qualify against a Kotoko side that needs just a draw to get to the group stage of a CAF competition for the first time since 2008.

Angu Lesley