The White Knights need to win two of the remaining three matches to secure their first league title since 2015.
Egypt U-23 national team achieved an important point in the Pharaohs' opening game of Tokyo Olympic Games.
Sobhy believes that the team could survive the tough Group in the Olympic Games in Tokyo, which includes Spain, Argentina and Australia.
Hegazi is one of the three over-aged players alongside Mahmoud El Wensh and Mohamed El Shenawy, who were chosen by the team's coach Shawki Gharib to support the team in the competition.
Zamalek announced on Thursday that they have activated the option to buy they had on the Tunisian striker and he will be committed to the club until 2024 summer.
The winger is now committed to Zamalek till the summer of 2024, putting an end to all the rumours that linked him with a move away from the club.
El Wensh’s name has emerged as one of the main candidates for one of the three places that will reinforce Egypt’s squad in the competition.
El Wensh, who missed the CAF Champions League final after being tested positive for COVID-19, underwent a COVID-19 test and it came out positive.
The players of Al Ahly and Zamalek underwent COVID-19 tests on Wednesday ahead of the CAF Champions League Final.
El Wensh scored the goal in the second half after a wonderful cross from Mohamed Elneny.
The player underwent a scan on Tuesday to evaluate his injury and it showed that the player will not be available for the important game.
The player suffered a muscle injury during the team's training session on Tuesday and further investigations showed that the player will not be fit for the game.
El Wensh was named on the list although he could not participate at the team’s training session on Sunday.