Maaloul has been playing for Al Ahly since 2016 when he arrived from his childhood club, CS Sfaxien.
The duo has been called-up by their national teams to participate in the competition.
A total of 368 players are expected to take part in the competition with some big names called-up to compete in Qatar to lift the coveted trophy.
In the first half of the game, Al Ahly had a 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Aliou Dieng, Ali Maaloul and Mohamed Sherif.
The Red Eagles booked a place in the CAF Champions League final and they will face South Africa's Kaiser Chiefs.
The South African manager will start the game with a 4-3-3 formation as Amr El Soulia, Hamdy Fathy and Aliou Dieng will start in the midfield.
Al-Ahly's double came in the second half through Mohamad Hani and Ali Maaloul in the 64th and 94th respectively.
The Tunisian newspaper (Al-Sareeh) revealed the future of Ali Maaloul, Al-Ahly’s right-back, during the next summer transfer period.
Ali Maaloul revealed that he enjoys a wonderful relationship with the club and Al Ahly fans and what he feels for the club goes beyond any contract
Al-Ahly football team continues their daily training at the University of Technology Stadium, which is about 25 minutes away from the delegation hotel, and will train on the same stadium till their last training at "Lucas Moribi" stadium, which hosts the
Al Ahly defeated South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns 2_0 thanks to two goals from Al Ahly's Tunisian left back, Ali Maaloul, during the second half.
Maaloul suffers from a tension in the connective muscle and the same with Saleh Gomaa, while Lotfi suffers from a strain in the posterior muscle.
Maaloul captained his national team during their goalless draw against Cameroon on Saturday night
Al Ahly’s board of directors refused to negotiate about the player as he is considered one of the most important player with the Reds during the last season.
Maaloul participates with Al Ahly in today’s training before facing Alassiouty Sport.
Al-Ahly left back Ali Maaloul is preparing to be back against Esperance Tunis in May.
The report pointed out that Maaloul attracted the attention of both clubs, especially sincehis transfer to either of them wouldonly cost £3 million.
Al-Ahly triumphed alongside Mohammed Salah, the current Liverpool player, to form the best line-up in 2017 for Africa.
Ali Maaloul revealed his hopes of playing in Europe after he guided Al-Ahly to the CAF Champions League final.
Egypt’s Al Ahly football club management board is considering selling Tunisian left-back Ali Maaloul to Espérance Sportive de Tunis club.