Kotoko's former opponents in the CAF Confederation Cup Al Hilal and Nkana FC have been given tougher test against two Tunisian opponents in the CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals.

Zambia's Nkana FC have been drawn against CS Sfaxien while Sudan's Al Hilal face Étoile Sportive du Sahel.

A draw on Wednesday in Egypt saw the group C teams being pitched against the group B opponents, who both a previous winners of the competition.

Al Hilal, who won group B will clash with Étoile Sportive du Sahel who came second in group B, whiles Nkana FC faces Sfaxien the group winner.

CS Sfaxein, the record three-time CAF Confederation Cup champions, won their group with 12 points, while two-times winners Etoile du Sahel followed with 10.

Nkana reached the last-eight with 9 points, despite losing 4-1 to Al Hilal, who won the group with 11 points, in their last group encounter .

Their group also included  Ghana's Kotoko and ZESCO , who both ended their campaign with 7 points each.

Nkana will be making their last eight debut after two group stage appearances and are just one of two Sub-Saharan teams still standing in the race together with Gor Mahia of Kenya.

The draw also included new faces of Moroccan pair-RSB Berkane and Hassania Agadir,  who will test their strengths against  Kenya's Gor Mahia Football Club and Egypt's Zamalek, respectively.

But the biggest familiar name in the draws are Nkana’s perennial nemesis Zamalek but the Zambian club has yet to eliminate them from six continental meetings.

The first  leg is set for the weekend of April 5 while the final legs will follow during the weekend of April 12.