The Tunisian club posted pictures of their departure from the airport early on Thursday on their official twitter handle as well as on their Facebook page before arriving hours later.
An official of the Flying Antelopes confirmed to Goal that the Black and Whites came into town aboard a chartered flight on Thursday.
“CS Sfaxien are in town now, they came via a chartered flight Thursday evening,” the top official stated.
The Tunisian club are through to the quarter-finals of the Caf Confederation Cup and would only be looking to keep top spot in Group B by avoiding defeat against the Nigerian side who have a very slim chance of pulling through.
In the reverse fixture between these two sides, it ended all square as Rangers got a 1-1 draw in Sfax.
Ahead of the last set of group games, Sfaxien have nine points from five matches. The twice Confederation Cup winners Etoile du Sahel have seven, while the coach Gbenga Ogunbote tutored side has five and Salitas four.