The Red Eagles booked a place in the CAF Champions League final and they will face South Africa's Kaiser Chiefs.
Mosimane understandably sticks to the starting XI which performed so impressively in the team's 1-0 win in the first leg in Tunisia, only changing Salah Mohsen by Mohamed Magdy Afsha
Mosimane knows that Esperance of Tunisia have nothing to lose when they face Al Ahly in the CAF Champions League semis second leg on Saturday night.
Esperance arrived in Cairo on Thursday and they had their main training session on Friday night at Al Ahly stadium in Al Salam.
It is expected to be a crunch 90 minutes to decide who will secure the ticket to the CAF Champions League final.
Mohamed Hany is ruled out of the game despite his return to the training sessions this week.
Al Ahly host the Tunisian team in the second leg of the CAF Champions League semi-finals.
Al Ahly defeated Esperance 1-0 thanks to a goal from Mohamed Sherif, securing Al Ahly’s fifth win over Esperance away from home.
Al Ahly are three matches away from securing the title for the second season in a row and achieving a positive result in Tunisia is the beginning for Moimane’s men.
Hammadi Agrebi stadium in Rades will host the first leg on Saturday 19 June while the second leg will be played a week later in Cairo.
The details have been confirmed for the quarter-finals of this season's CAF Champions League competition.
Gomaa is suffering from an adductor muscle injury and he will not be ready for the game.
The Tunisian giants will carry out their pre-match training session at Cairo International Stadium, the venue of the match, on Monday night.
Crateron said that he trusts the players’ abilities to overcome the difficult circumstances and secure qualification to the next round.
Zamalek lost 3-1 against Esperance in Tunisia in Matchday 3 of CAF Champions League group stage and they are now third in the group with only two points.
Pacheco said that Zamalek players have the ambition to defeat Esperance and take a step towards securing a spot in the competition’s quarter-finals.
Carteron told sports website Yallakora in an interview that the recent circulations that appeared lately aren’t true.
Zamalek lost the second leg 1_0 in Tunisia which wasn't enough for the home team to advance to the semis as Zamalek won the first leg 3_1 in Cairo.
Zamalek secured first-leg advantage with a 3-1 win in Cairo thanks to goals from Mohamed Ounajem, Achraf Bencherki and Mahmoud Alaa.
Zamalek will play their first training session in Tunisia on Wednesday at the El Menzah stadium, before the expected match against Esperance.