Court of Arbitration for Sports will on July 31st rule on the appeal of Espearance of Tunisia over the replay of CAF Champions League final ordered by the Confederation Of African Football CAF.
The Africa soccer ruling body last month ordered the replay of the second leg of the final, following the crisis that rocked the match between defending champions Esperance of Tunisia and Wydad Casablanca.
CAF also ordered that Esperance should return the medals and trophy that has been handed over to them after the centre referee Papa Gassama ended the match in 61st minute.
The replay match has been slated for a yet to be named neutral venue and a date to be confirmed later.
CAS on Monday morning issued a correspondence which communicated the time of their verdict and judgement