The Nigerian delegation will depart the nation's capital to Lagos on Wednesday before flying out via Muritala Mohammed International Airport to Johannesburg same day.
The Falconets have been training in Abuja since December 19 and played four test matches with wins against Heart FC, Camp United Academy and Super Lion and a draw.
They will be hoping to silence Basetsana in the final round of the qualifiers to book a spot in this year's U20 Women's World Cup in France.
The first leg of the qualifier will take place at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on January 13, and the reverse fixture two weeks later in Benin City.
The eventual winner over two legs will represent Africa at the international women's youth showpiece in the European nation billed to hold from August 5-24, 2018.