Sadomba will be hoping that Wydad Casablanca’s duo of Mouhssine Iajour and Fabrice Ondama, who have found the net five times each in the competition, do not find the target in the final.
The Moroccan side takes on Tunisia’s Esperance in the first leg of the competition at Mahomed V Stadium this afternoon with the second leg set for Tunisia in two weeks time.
Sadomba’s terrific form in the Champions League ensured his Sudanese side Al Hilal reached the semi-finals of the annual competition. They eventually lost to Tunisian giants Esperance in the semi-finals.
The top scorers for fellow semi-finalists Esperance are skipper Oussama Darragi and Yannick Ndjeunk, who blasted a hat-trick in the 4-0 trouncing of MC Alger of Algeria in a group game recently and have four goals each.
Enyimba’s leading scorers are striker Uche Kalu and power-shooting leftback Valentine Nwaebili, who have recorded three goals apiece.
Last year’s top scorer was Nigeria striker Michael Eneramo, who scored eight goals to propel Esperance to last year’s final.