Kano Pillars will make a request to the Confederation of African Football to have the second leg of their Champions League tie against Morrocan outfit, Maghreb Athletic Tetouan moved to 1pm in the afternoon.
The Nigerian Champions lost the first leg last Saturday 4-0 to their hosts and face a tough task in their bid to qualify for the next round of the competition.
With North Africans not accustomed in the hot weather the management of the club believes they will struggle to adapt to the change and expect that to sway victory in their favour.
That tactics has been employed against teams from North Africa in the past and has been quite successful.
Pillars conceded three goals in the first half of the game with the fourth coming on the 90th minute.
The players claimed the scoreline could have been more respectable one, had the refreee been fair and firm in the game.
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