The first leg at the Bidvest Stadium, in Johannesburg ended 1-1 after Ibrahim Mustapha cancelled out Daine Klate’s opener.
And with Gavin Hunt’s men needing a win to guarantee their place in the group phase, the Nigerians have invented means to cruise to victory.
According to club chairman, Felix Anyansi, a decision was reached to appreciate Calabar fans for their support so far.
"We want them to come out and enjoy a great game with us, to share in our moment of victory," Anyansi Agwu told Enyimba media.
"As they have always accepted us as their own, we invite the beautiful people of Calabar to come out and cheer on the team as we march into the Confederation Cup Group Stage."
#Elephants— Enyimba FC (@EnyimbaFC) April 15, 2018
All our focus, all our effort, all our sweat; it all comes down to this. We face Bidvest Wits on Wednesday in Calabar.
It's 1-1 from the first leg: Harry Kane pulling us level after Daine Klate's opener for the Clever Boys in Johannesburg. #CAFCC pic.twitter.com/kmpKFDmWAp