Cairo International Stadium will open its doors this Friday evening at nine o’clock in the morning, to host the fiery confrontation between the Egyptian football poles Al-Ahly and Zamalek in the final of the current edition of the African Champions League.
The two teams are fighting tonight amid many absences in their ranks, as Al-Ahly loses the efforts of Walid Suleiman, Saleh Jumaa, and Ali Diiang, while Zamalek will be absent from Abdullah Jumaa, Mahmoud Al-Wensh and Youssef Obama after he was. He confirmed it infected him with the Coronavirus, along with other absences for the two teams because of various infections.
Doubts surround Mohamed Hani’s participation with Al-Ahly in the Zamalek match this evening, as media reports confirmed the player had a bruise in the team’s training and the possibility of his absence from the match.
Al-Ahly is expected to start the match tonight with a formation comprising:
Goalkeeper: Muhammad Al-Shennawi
Defense line: Muhammad Hani (Rami Rabia), Yasser Ibrahim, Ayman Ashraf, and Ali Maaloul.
Midfielders: Amr Al-Soleya, Hamdi Fathy, Mohamed Magdy Qafsha, Hussein El-Shahat, and Ajay.
Offensive line: Marwan Mohsen.
While Zamalek is expected to start the match by forming a component of:
Goalkeeper: Mohammed Abu Jabal
Defense line: Hazem Emam (Ahmed Eid), Muhammad Abduh-Ghani, Mahmoud Alaa, and Islam Jaber
Midfielders: Tariq Hamed, Ferjani Sassi, Shikabala (Onagem), Ahmed Sayed Zizou, and Achraf Bencharki.
Offensive line: Mustafa Muhammad.