The second edition of the Egyptian Basketball Super Cup will be played at Dr. Hassan Moustafa hall in 6 October city.
Al Ittihad hosts the 33th edition of the competition and they hope to use the advantage of playing at home to defend their title.
The giants of Alexandria are going to Monday's meeting with a great advantage as they managed to secure a 2-0 lead in the first two games.
Al Ahly's head coach Pitso Mosimane spoke after the game and hailed the performance of his players in the game after losing five points in the last two games.
The Red Eagles have been struggling since they won the derby over Zamalek on 18 April, having achieved just 7 points from their last five matches.
The Red Devils will be hoping to avoid deja-vu as they will be facing Al Ittihad in a repeat of last season's final, which ended with a victory for Al Ittihad.
The Egyptian League's semi-finals matches will be played between 4 and 10 May.
Al Ahly players seek revenge as they lost the Super League and the Egyptian Cup titles last season to the Alexandrian giants.
Hegazi underwent COVID-19 test in England and he is expected to arrive in Saudi Arabia in the next few hours.
Hegazi took the decision to join Al Ittihad after a discussion with Bilic who told the Egyptian that he can't promise a starting position for the defender.
Hassan will succeed Talaat Youssef who resigned after Al Ittihad's 2-1 loss to El Masry in the Egyptian league.
Al Ittihad won the final play-offs 3_1 and secured their first league title in 10 years.
Zamalek football team concluded their training at Borg El Arab stadium in preparation to face Al-Ittihad of Alexandria on Monday, in the eighteenth round of the Egyptian League competition.
The basketball competitions in Egypt were suspended due to the spread of coronavirus.
Ahmed Diab, Al-Ittihad’s spokesperson, denied any interest from the Saudi club to sign Al Ahly’s midfielder Hossam Ashour.
The first leg will be played on 18 October and the second leg is scheduled a week later.
Whatever Al Ittihad’s situation at the domestic competitions, the green shirt holders know how to shine at the Arab Clubs Championship.
The competition's quarter finals draw put Al-Ittihad against Al-Hilal.
The first leg will be played in Riyadh, and Alexandria will host the second leg.
Al-Ahly lost their first game in the league this season to stay at the ninth position with 11 points.