The Moroccan squad aims to bring the title back to Rabat for the second time in history as the Atlas Lions managed to lift the trophy only in 1976 in Ethiopia.
The duo was called up to the team by the team’s head coach Hussein Ammouta, as part of their preparations for the inaugural edition of the FIFA Arab Cup.
The Red Eagles have been struggling since they won the derby over Zamalek on 18 April, having achieved just 7 points from their last five matches.
The Red Devils were behind by two goals at the break but two goals from Al Ahly defenders Badr Benoun and Yasser Ibrahim secured a point for Al Ahly.
Whatever happens for Al Ahly in continental competitions, the team always bounces back in the domestic competitions.
Al Ahly Moroccan defender Badr Benoun will start the match after being fully recovered from the leg injury he suffered during the team's training on Tuesday.
The player signed his contract with the club and the Egyptian Football Association received the player’s international card.