Warri Wolves secured one of the two spots for a Nigerian team in the 2014-15 Caf Confederation Cup on Sunday, courtesy of a 2-2 draw with Nasarawa United away in Lafia.
Wolves ended the seaon with 61 points, while the ‘Solid Miners’ recorded 59 points, both from 38 games.
Hosts Nasarawa needed a win to clinch a spot in Africa’s second-tier club competition, but Wolves quickly registered twice in the first-half.
Joseph Osadiaye opened scoring for Wolves in the 1st minute and doubled the visitors’ lead two minutes to the break.
Andrew Igado leveled for coach Mohammed Ganaru’s men in the second half via a brace (the first from the penalty spot).
The winner or runners-up in the FA Cup final between Enyimba and Dolphins FC join Wolves to complete Nigeria’s line-up for the Confederation Cup next season.
Final Match Day Results
Heartland 1-2 Bayelsa United
Crown FC 3-0 Akwa United
Sharks 0-1 FC Taraba
Gombe United 4-1 Abia Warriors
Nasarawa United 2-2 Warri Wolves
Kaduna United 1-2 Rangers
El-Kanemi Warriors 3-0 Sunshine Stars
Nembe City 0-4 Giwa FC
Lobi Stars 1-0 Dolphins
Enyimba 3-1 Kano Pillars