The junior Teranga Lions will contest a play-off match with the Al-Ahmar on Monday in Coventry for a 2012 Olympic berth
The Senegal and Oman Under-23 teams will clash on Monday April 23 in Coventry, England for the last berth into the London 2012 Olympic Football Tournament.
The delegations of both teams arrived in the UK on Thursday and are currently lodged at the same hotel, according to Senegal Football Federation.
The Teranga Lions are coached by Karim Sega Diouf, who is also one of the caretaker coaches of the senior team, following the dismissal of Amara Traore.
Former Cameroon coach Paul le Guen will be leading the Oman outfit.
The game kicks off at in the afternoon at the City of Coventry Stadium, with the 2010 Fifa World Cup final referee Howard Webb officiating.