Enyimba attacking midfielder, Ayo Saka
Nigeria Premier League (NPL) side, Enyimba will decide on Sunday their participation in the Bauchi Group A centre of the 2012 Federation Cup.
Enyimba are still holed up in Katsina-Ala after the midweek's matchday 34 at Lobi Stars.
Teams at the Bauchi centre are still holding out after they raised security concern in the Northern state with the NFF insisting that the centre is safe for football.
None of the four teams at the centre namely Enyimba, Warri Wolves, Lobi Stars and Samba have arrived the state as at Saturday for the start of the group games on Monday.
An official of Enyimba, Okey Nwabekee told SuperSport.com that Sunday will be the decision day as far as their Cup participation at the Bauchi centre is concerned.
"Tomorrow (Sunday) a decision will be taken whether or not we'll take part in the group games at the Bauchi centre.
"Our concern is the safety of the players and officials in that volatile state.
"We don't have anything against Bauchi, we wanted guarantee because what we're talking about is human lives.
"We're still at Katsina-Ala waiting for the next line of action," he said.
The last year's runners-up were drawn bye in the first stage of the competition but they overcame the stiff opposition of Kogi United in the round of 32.
An official of Lobi Stars, Atom Terkula confirmed to SuperSport.com that they will head to Bauchi on Sunday for the group games.
"We'll arrive Bauchi on Sunday, this season has been good to us, so we're going to Bauchi to take the opportunities that await us there," he said.
Warri Wolves have premised their further participation in the Cup competition to change of Bauchi centre or adequate security guarantee to its side.