Kaizer Chiefs will today know whether or not they get a walk-over in the CAF Champions League.
Amakhosi were meant to play their opening CAF Champions League group stage match against Moroccan outfit Wydad Casablanca in Casablanca on February 13, but they were denied visas over COVID-19 concerns from the north Africans.
Amakhosi's opponents proposed that the game be played in another country.
The game was then rescheduled to February 19, but Amakhosi's management raised concerns over getting visas and travel logistics, as the date for the game was at short notice.
This was followed up by confirmation that the game will be played on February 28 in Cauro, but the Egyptian Football Association sent out a statement apologising that they will not be able to host the game.
Now, after the back and forth between CAF, the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, SAFA and Chiefs, Wydad have been given until Sunday, February 21, to find a venue for the clash by Africa's football governing body.
Failure to do so, Amakhosi will be awarded a 2-0 victory and three points.
Chiefs, meanwhile, will host Horoya at FNB Stadium on Tuesday.