Niger Tornadoes head coach Hamza Abara has urged his wards to execute their game plan in the quest to avoid defeat in Sunday's showdown with MFM FC at the Agege Stadium.
Ikon Allah Boys won the first leg tie against the Olukoya Boys' courtesy of Abubakar Nyadebo's first-half strike from the spot to remain undefeated in nine consecutive matches a week ago.
And he believes they can return from Lagos unscratched if they give their all on the pitch for the entire duration of the encounter against Fidelis Ilechukwu's side.
"We've got to master our game plan throughout the 90 minutes to get a result against MFM FC," Abara told media.
"It's a big challenge for us and I think one we should really look forward to on the basis. We've got a good home record, we need to express ourselves away from home.
"There are few players missing that we'd maybe like a bit fit, but the ones who have been out on the pitch have been doing the business recently. So go and do your very best and see if that's good enough on the day."