Al Ahly and Zamalek booked their places in the Egyptian Cup round of 16 after a strong start to the competition.
The players of Al Ahly and Zamalek underwent COVID-19 tests on Wednesday ahead of the CAF Champions League Final.
Al Ahly have a record 36 Egyptian Cup titles and their last success in the competition was in 2017 after defeating El Masry in the final.
Walid Soliman, Al-Ahly player, denied the accusations against him of causing the injury of Mohamed Abdel-Shafi, the Zamalek player.
Arab Contractors are having a great run at the league this season as they come second at the table with 29 points from 13 games.
The winger never earned a call from the national team since 2016 when he played against Tunisia under Shawky Gharib’s command.
Al-Ahly entered the game with two goals as they defeated the Algerian team 2-0 in Cairo at the first leg.
Zamalek players seek to avenge their 3-0 loss to Al-Ahly in the first game of the season in the League.
Several parts of Cairo and Giza witnessed heavy rainfall with lightning and thunder on the last two days.
Zamalek players seek to avenge their 3-0 loss to Al-Ahly at the first game of the season in the League.
Al-Ahly’s coach Hossam El-Badry excluded goalkeeper Sherif Ekramy and midfielder Walid Soliman from his squad that will face the Emirati side, Al-Fujairah SC.
Al Ahly needs to win the game to qualify to the CAF Champions League final, as the team lost 2-1 in the first leg in Tunisia.