The two players does not have time to rest as they will join Al Ahly's delegation in the UAE as the champions of Africa are preparing to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup.
The Red Devils are in a great run of form since the start of the league season with five wins out of five games, leading the table with two points clear.
Al Ahly fans hope their captain to return before the Cairo derby, scheduled on Friday.
Good news are coming from Al Ahly camp in Doha as Ali Maaloul and Hamdy Fathy, Al Ahly players, are fully fit and ready for the CAF Super Cup game.
CAF Champions League title-holders Al Ahly will face South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Champions League quarter-finals.
The Red Devils defender has been sidelined since the game against Bayern Munich in the FIFA Club World Cup due to a hamstring injury.
Al Ahly completed a historic treble last season after winning the domestic league, the domestic cup and the CAF Champions League title.
Al Ahly defender Ali Maaloul revealed that the team will fight against the UEFA Champions League winners, Bayern Munich, when both giants meet on Monday in the FIFA Club World Cup semis.
Maaloul participated in the final for the first time in his career as he missed the final in 2017 and 2018 for injury. Al Ahly lost the title on both occasions.
Al Ahly manager Pitso Mosimane preferred to count on three players in the midfield to put pressure on the opponent’s midfield.
The Red Devils destroyed Ismaily after a sensational performance and they are 3 points away from clinching their beloved trophy.
The Egyptian winger wore the Egyptian flag during the ceremony as he became the first Egyptian player to win a Premier League medal.
Maaloul, 30, established himself as one of the key players in the Red Devils' squad since he joined Al Ahly from his childhood club, Club Sportif Sfaxien.
Al Ahly Tunisian left back Ali Maaloul opened the score from a free kick as his shot was deflected by Sundowns defender to grant Al Ahly an early lead.
Al-Ahly won the first leg 2-0 at Cairo stadium thanks to two goals from the team Tunisian left back, Ali Maaloul.
More than 40k Al Ahly fans attended the game at Cairo stadium and witnessed Al Ahly's 2_0 win over the South African giants.
The Tunisian missed Al-Ahly’s recent games at the league and CAF Champions League after he suffered a muscular injury during Al-Ahly’s loss to Etoile du Sahel.
El Solia suffered an injury during Al-Ahly 5-1 victory over Aswan before the international break and he was forced to miss the national team camp.
Al-Ahly defeated Arab Contractors 3-1 at Borg El Arab Stadium to reach 77 points and win the 41st league title in the club’s history.
Al-Ahly defeated Arab Contractors 3-1 on Wednesday night at Borg El Arab Stadium to secure the team’s 41st Egyptian League Title.