Ajax Cape Town, who leave for Harare, Zimbabwe, tomorrow, will find out if Mabhudi Khenyeza's two goals a fortnight ago will be enough to keep them in the African Champions League.
Ajax and Monomotapa United clash on Saturday in the second leg, and having thrown away the advantage by conceding two goals at home, Ajax did themselves no favours as they now have a mammoth task of defeating the Zimbabweans in their own back yard.
However, Ajax's public relations officer Thabiso Mekuto has a different view: "That team still have to score and stop us from doing the same, so we cannot say we are at a disadvantage."
With Franklyn Cale out injured, Ajax will rely on Khenyeza to score.
Meanwhile, SuperSport United take on Uganda's Kampala City Council, who beat them 2-1 in the first leg away, at Milpark Stadium at 8pm on Saturday, while Sundowns host Mauritian side AS Vacoas Phoenix in the Caf Confederations Cup second leg at Pilditch Stadium in Pretoria on Sunday.