By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
South African Premier Soccer League side Kaizer Chiefs will leave the country for Cameroon on Thursday, November 26 via the Tambo International Airport.
Gavin Hunt and his foot soldiers travel to Cameroon via Addis Abeba where they will pass the night and arrive Douala-Cameroon on Friday before heading to Limbe via bus.
Kaizer Chiefs confront the 2020 champions of Cameroon at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium in Ngeme on Sunday, November 29.
It is going to be the first fixture between both sides and David Pagou’s PWD just returned to the country after a playing two friendlies against Al Ahli Tripoli.
Kaizer Chiefs will leave Cameroon on Tuesday, 1 December.
They will then host PWD of Bamenda in the second leg tie on Friday, December 4.
Both sides are keen on achieving CAF Champions League group stage qualification for the first time in their history.
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