The 2nd leg of the CAF Champions League encounter between Hearts of Oak and Wydad Athletic Club, will be played behind closed doors after a directive from CAF.
Wydad will host the return leg of the game at the King Mohammed V Sports Complex in Casablanca, and the 67,000 capacity seating stadium will have zero fans in attendance.
Hearts of Oak go into the encounter with a slight advantage, after beating their Moroccan counterparts 1-0 in Accra, and seem to have a further advantage after CAF’s ruling which was inspired by the precarious nature of Morocco’s covid-19 situation.
2,000 fans were able to attend the 1st leg in Accra Sports Stadium’s 40,000-seater capacity stadium.
The return leg will be played on October 24.
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