The trip to Morocco will be Downs' final match of Group A against another former champions Wydad Casablanca.
The Brazilians want to secure qualification at the weekend and avoid having to travel to Morocco with a must-win mission.
A win will be enough as it will take Downs to 10 points but it won't be easy against Lobi whom they lost 2-1 to in the first-leg earlier this year.
"In Champions League it's different. Nothing is a given in this tournament, so we will not be focusing on that loss against them," he said.
The evergreen Zambian has been his old dependable self for Downs, with Denis Onyango sidelined with a hip injury.