Rangers International and Rivers United, have been drawn in the last 16 of the CAF Confederation Cup.
Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) champion, Rangers, were drawn against Zesco United of Zambia.
The club crashed out of the Champions League after losing to Zamalek 5-3 on aggregate.
Rivers United would face Rayon Sports of Rwanda, following their drop to the second tier having lost to Al-Merrikh 4-3 on aggregate.
The first leg would be played on April 7 and 9, while the return leg is scheduled for April 14 and 16.
Enyimba of Aba defeated relegation strugglers, Kwara United, by a lone goal to maintain the lead at the top of the NPFL table with three games left.
The League leaders have 65 points from 35 games, six points above Warri Wolves who have a game in hand.
Defending Champions, Kano Pillars also defeated Rangers International 2-1, while Akwa United defeated Sunshine Stars two goals to one in another week 35 clash.
Dolphins of Port Harcourt moved off the relegation zone, following a 2-0 win against El-Kanemi Warriors, and Giwa FC moved to third spot on the league table, following a 3-2 win against Wikki Tourists.
FC Ifeanyi Ubah also defeated Heartland of Owerri by a lone goal, while another Port Harcourt based team, Sharks beat Shooting Stars 2-1
The Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) defending champions, Kano Pillars have been beaten at home for the first time in 12 years, following a 1-2 defeat in the hands of visiting Nasarawa United at the Sani Abacha Stadium.
Mannir Ubale and Yaro Bature scored the goals for the Lafia-based club.
Sunshine Stars thrashed El-kanemi Warriors 5-nil to boost Coach Kennedy Boboye’s men chance of lifting their first domestic title.
In other games played on Sunday, Sharks FC beat Bayelsa United at home by a lone goal, while Akwa United and Giwa FC settled for a 2-2 draw.
Rangers International and Dolphins of Port Harcout played a 1-1 draw, as Warri Wolves edged out Wikki Tourists 1-nil.
Abia Warriors beat Heartland FC 1-nil, while Kwara United also defeated Shooting Stars by same score line.