Al-Ahly, who finished the group stage as runners-up, will face South African giants, Sundowns, in a repeat of their clash at the same round last season.
Espérance completed their amazing week as they achieved the CAF Champions League title on Friday night.
Walid Ahmed and Tahssin Abo El Sadat will assist Grisha while Mohamed Adel will act as fourth official.
The player, born in London to an Irish mother and Tunisian father, earned his first international call to play for Tunisia in 2016.
Al-Ahly has a brilliant history with Espérance as they achieved victory against the Tunisian giants six times during their 16 games against each other.
Espérance won the 2017 Arab Club Champions Cup title defeating Jordan’s Al-Faisaly 3-2 at the final.
Al-Ahly midfielder Ahmed Fathy was named on the team after his performance against Tunisia’s Espérance on Friday.
Al-Ahly manager, Hossam el-Badry, revealed on Tuesday that he had reached an agreement with the club to renew his contract that ends in the summer.
Al-Ahly will open their games in the group stage against Espérance at home before facing Kampala City in Uganda
Al Ahly never met a Moroccan club in the Champions League final and Al Ahly fans hope to welcome Wydad players the same way they did Etoile Du Sahel.