Having edged past Congolese side CARA Brazzaville, the Moroccans will be hoping to subdue the Nigerian giants at the Enyimba Stadium to boost their chances of reaching the finals.
And the tactician admits wary of facing the two-time Caf Champions League winners but he is confident they will give a good account of themselves against Usman Abdullah’s men.
“We know this is not an ideal situation and our players and team have to react against the situation to know that more than often, we have to play a good match,” Garrido told media.
“At this stage of the competition, we know the opponents, the opponents know us. We have information about the games they’ve played. Enyimba are in a good position, they played very well in their last few games and have lots of offensive potentials with great players.
“It will be a very difficult game for us obviously. In a way, we want to play a very good game, we know we have to concentrate a lot, we know we have to play hard and have a very good defensive organisation. We will do our best.”