SuperSport United will be without their Ghanaian midfielder Edwin Gyimah when they travel to Kenya to face AFC Leopards in the reverse Champions league fixture.
The 22-year-old has been in the treatment room since he suffered an injury during a League match against Orlando Pirates two months ago.
The South African side play Kenyaâ€™s AFC Leopards in Nairobi on Sunday taking a 2-0 lead from last Saturday nightâ€™s first leg in Atteridgeville.
SuperSportâ€™s match in Kenya was originally scheduled for Saturday but has been moved back 24 hours because opponents Leopards had players on international duty with Kenya, who were in Sudan on Wednesday for a friendly game that was eventually not played.
Should the side progress, they face either CARA Brazzaville of Congo or Tunisian powerhouse Etoile du Sahel in the next round.