Enyimba still have slim chance of qualifying for the semi final of the CAF confederation cup despite away heavy loss.
Enyimba lost from a winning position by 4-1.
Pyramid were set for the clash on Sunday.
They would be delighted to get past this stage again for the second time.
Pyramid FC make it to the final of the CAF confederation cup last season, and are in the quarter final for second consecutive season.
Mahmoud Saber admit it won’t be an easy task for his team in Nigeria, but optimistic that they have an edge
“Facing Enyimba will be very important, especially since it is facing a team with experience in Africa, and it cannot be tolerated at all.” Saber told the press.
“We have players at the highest level and have great experience in continental tournaments.”
“Our desire to qualify for the semi-finals and win the championship will make us overcome the difficulty of heat and humidity, and play on artificial turf.”
Enyimba needs a three goals and clean sheet to progress to the later stage and a chance to play Orlando Pirate or Raja Casablanca.
Anayo Iwuala is a major boost for Enyimba, having been left out of Pyramid first leg due to yellow card.