The White Knights will be back to action in the league on Friday when they face Ismaily away from home.
Zamalek are back to the driving wheel as they are leading the standings by two points, with five games remaining in the league campaign, including tonight’s matches
Zamalek defeated Ismaily 1-0 on Thursday night at Suez Stadium in the Egyptian Cup round of 16.
Ismaily jumped to the 12th position in the standings with 26 points while Aswan stayed with 21 points in the 15th position.
Zamalek maintained their position atop of the Egyptian League table with 8 points ahead of Al Ahly, who still have three games to play.
Ismaily wrote their names in history with letters of gold as they opened the doors for Egyptian clubs to dominate the competition.
The Red Devils destroyed Ismaily after a sensational performance and they are 3 points away from clinching their beloved trophy.
Al Ahly's crowning title moment edging closer as the Red Devils need only six points to secure their beloved trophy.
Al Ahly's director of signings Amir Tawfik stated on Friday that the club is not interested in signing Ismaily's defender Baher Elmohamady.
The player was admitted to the hospital after suffering from coronavirus symptoms.
Ismaily first team player, Mohamed Magdy, to stay in Ismailia quarantine hospital until his test results come back, according to the club's director of Sports.
The Egyptian team traveled to Morocco with the aim of securing a spot at the final after winning the first leg in Egypt 1_0.
Ismaily achieved a 1-0 victory in Ismailia thanks to a goal from Ismaily Tunisian winger, Fakhreddine Ben Youssef.
"Zamalek does not achieve victory in Ismailia." A sentence that no longer has any meaning after the White Knight managed to defeat the Darawish in Ismailia.
El Said became the 9th Egyptian player in the history to join the club.
The first leg will be played on 18 October and the second leg is scheduled a week later.
Ismaili Chairman Ibrahim Othman praised the team's appearance against AhliBani Ghazi of Libya last Friday in the Arab Championship.
The defending champions, Etoile du Sahel, aim to bounce back as they lost the first leg 2-1 in Jordan.
Piqueti caught the eyes of many clubs especially after his performances in the 2017 African Cup of Nations in Gabon.
Zamalek’s coaching staff, headed by Khaled Galal, decided to perform their last training session on Tuesday at Petrosport stadium.