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Zamalek to play Confederation Cup final without Omar El-Said, Hamdi Nagguez

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Both Omar El-Said and Hamdi Nagguez will miss-out on the second-leg of the final, set to take place in Alexandria.

Zamalek suffered a last-minute defeat to Morocco’s , following a Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba’s goal.

To make matters worst, the Whites will have to play the second leg without Tunisia international right-back Hamdi Nagguez and striker Omar El-Said, after they each received a yellow card.

The White Knights will now miss three of their main strikers, as Moroccan duo Hamid Ahddad and Khaled Boutaib have also been ruled out.

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Zamalek are hosting the second leg of the final on May 26 at Borg El-Arab Stadium in Alexandria as they will be looking for their first CAF Confederations Cup title, with 30,000 fans are expected to attend the game.

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