This comes a day after the host devised what Gor Mahia has termed as ‘mind games’ when they revealed contradicting information regarding kick-off date.
Confederation of Africa Football had set Saturday, March 17 as match day, but Esperance announced on a tweet that the game will take place on Sunday before reverting to Friday.
As such, Gor Mahia has sent out two officials; club CEO Lordvic Adida and Organizing Secretary Judith Nyangi to Tunis, to monitor the situation.
“As we are concerned, the match is on Saturday but we cannot take chances. We are sending an advance party to monitor the situation in Tunis,” Aduda told Goal.
The two officials are expected to depart on Tuesday for Tunis.
Gor Mahia held Esperance to a 0-0 draw in the first leg and any scoreline draw will see them progress.