The team landed in Calabar on Thursday at about 1pm on a chartered aircraft and headed straight to their hotel provided by the Nigerian Football Federation.
The Walya Ibex trail 1-2 from the first leg, but remain confident of causing one of the biggest upsets in African football by overturning the deficit.
The squad will have an open training session at the University of Calabar on Thursday and a closed session at the UJ Esuene Stadium on Friday afternoon.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian Super Eagles who had a hectic training session at the UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar on Wednesday will have a closed training session on Thursday ahead of the Saturday clash.
Team Coordinator, Emmanuel Attah said that the schedule of the team has reached the crucial stage and it is about time for fans and the media to be excused from their session. The last training session of the team will however be opened to the media, but it is expected to be a brief and light session.
All the 3 goalkeepers and 21 on-field players were in excellent shape on Wednesday as Stephen Keshi and his crew showed glimpses of what could be the possible squad on Saturday.