The competition's semi-finalists, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Cape Verde will represent Africa in the World Cup alongside the winner of the fifth position.
The matches between the top two handball teams in Africa always bring joy and excitement for the fans as both teams have some of the finest talents in the continent.
Dr Hassan Mostafa Hall and October international hall will host the games.
The Pharaohs, the defending champions, aim to maintain their dominance over the continent and achieve the 8th African title.
The African champions will participate in the IHF Super Globe for the fifth time in the club’s history.
The eagerly awaited match will decide the team that will represent Africa in the upcoming IHF Super Globe in Saudi Arabia next October.
Spain lost to France 27-23 on Thursday in the semi-finals and they will face Egypt in the bronze-medal match.
Ahmed El Ahmar and Yehia Khaled were Egypt's top scorers against France, having scored five goals each.
Despite having an early lead in the first ten minutes of the game, France managed to return to the game to finish the first half in a 13-13 draw.
The Pharaohs enter the match as the group leaders after they bounced back from their loss against Sweden with two victories over RHF and Belarus.
The Pharaohs put on a great performance and outclassed their European opponent to win the match by 9 goals.
El Ahmar stated that this generation is able to achieve the fans' dreams and reach the podium.
The Pharaohs, who defeated Chile in the opening game, are looking forward to achieving their second victory in the competition.
Hussein Zaky, current head coach of Zamalek, was among the national team squad that finished 4th in World Cup in 2001.
Egypt plays in Group G alongside Chile, Sweden, and Macedonia.
Ahmar’s fame reached the levels of football stars in Egypt and he is considered by many as the best player in the history of the game in the African continent.
Egypt qualified to the quarter finals after topping Group B with 8 points to meet Group A, the fourth placed, Congo on Wednesday.
Egypt faces Nigeria on Thursday, and they will rest for two days before meeting Angola on Sunday, January 21.