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Garrido and Ferreira announce Al Ahly, Zamalek squads
The Reds will have to do without strikers Emad Meteb, Ahmed Abdel-Zaher and Gedo, as well as left-back Hussein El-Sayed.
On the other hand, Zamalek’s squad appears to be very much complete, with Egypt U-23 left wing-back Ahmed Samir the main absentee.
Al Ahly squad:
Goalkeepers: Sherif Ekramy, Ahmed Adel.
Defenders: Sherif Abdel-Fadil, Bassem Ali, Saad Samir, Sabry Rahil, Sherif Hazem, Mohamed Hamdy.
Midfielders: Hossam Ghaly, Hossam Ashour, Abdallah El-Said, Walid Soliman, Mohamed Rizk, Karim Bambo, Mahmoud Hassan ‘Trezeguet’, Momen Zakaria.
Forwards: Saladin Said, Peter Ebimobowei.
Goalkeepers: Ahmed El-Shennawy, Mahmoud Gennesh, Mohamed Abou-Gabal.
Defenders: Ali Gabr, Ahmed Dweidar, Hamada Tolba, Omar Gaber, Islam Gamal, Mohamed Koffi.
Midfielders: Ahmed Tawfik, Tarek Hamed, Ahmed Eid, Mohamed Shaaban, Ayman Hefny, Ibrahim Salah, Hazem Emam, Moruf Yusuf.
Forwards: Ahmed Ali, Bassem Morsi, Khaled Kamar.
The Zamalek game is at 15:00 CLT while the Reds’ game kicks-off three hours later at 18:00.
Zamalek are top of the table with 48 points, while Al Ahly sit in 3rd with 40 points.