Medeama have arrived in Conakry-Guinea for the second-leg of our crucial CAF Champions League decider against AC Horoya on Saturday.

The Ghanaian champions touched down at the Ahmed Sékou Touré International Airport at 17:55GMT.

The team underwent formalities at the airport before reaching the 4-star Atlantic View Hotel where the team is lodging.

Medeama travelled to Conakry with a 3-1 lead from the first leg and will be hoping to hold onto the advantage as they eye progress in the competition.

The Mauve and Yellow welcome the return of several of their key players including Jonathan Sowah and Fatawu Hamidu, who missed the Ghana Premier League game against Aduana due to minor knocks.

The Tarkwa-based club will become the first Ghanaian team to make it to the group stage of the tournament in close to a decade since Berekum Chelsea.

It will also be the second time Medeama are reaching the stage of a continental champions after previously achieving the mark in the CAF Confederation Cup in 20216.

Medeama eliminated Nigerian side Remo Stars in the first round of the competition following a penalty shootout victory in Ikenne.