Kaizer Chiefs have announced that their CAF Champions League opponents PWD Bamenda have requested that their game, scheduled for Friday, be postponed.
This is a developing story.
Chiefs were scheduled to play Bamenda in the second leg of their preliminary round tie on Friday, but announced on social media, that their Cameroonian opponents have requested a postponement from CAF.
Chiefs won the first leg 1-0 in Cameroon, with Erick Mathoho scoring. Itumeleng Khune also saved a last minute penalty to secure the win.
Update: Chiefs have since confirmed the match will not take place on Friday, and the new date was still to be confirmed.