Ghana’s representative will be in action later this afternoon against Nigerian outfit Mark Mentors at 16:00 GMT.
This is either side’s fourth game in the competition after featuring in three previous fixtures since the competition tipped off on November 11 at the National Stadium in Lagos.
Braves have two wins in three games heading into the tie and need a win to stay in contention for one of two spots to book a place at the main continental games.
Braves are in contending with Gombe Bulls since reigning Champions Kano Pillars are well on their on their way to a return to the African games.
Kano take on Gombe at 14:00 GMT with Civil Defence taking on Aspac from Benin; Pillars placed fourth at the last edition with Egyptian side Al-Ahly winning the trophy.
The final round of games will be played on Saturday November 18.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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