Al Ahly will host a difficult test at 7:00 pm on Saturday when they host the Moroccan Wadad Stadium at the Borg El Arab Stadium in the final leg of the African Champions League, which will be attended by nearly 50,000 fans and run by Ethiopian rule Bamalak Tesima and Yissa.


 Ahli looking to regain the African Championship

It is one of the most important games played by the Egyptian champion in recent years, being one step away from the restoration of the "African Princess" absent from the island fortress since 2013, and knows the red giant well that the face of the Moroccan team tonight is different from most previous confrontations of the strength of the rival , As Wydad was playing with Al Ahly in one group and the groups and issued at the expense of Ahli.


The Moroccan side is also one of the strongest defensive and offensive teams, which makes the meeting very difficult, especially in the absence of Al-Ahli, where Saleh Gomaa's efforts are missing, and the absence of Hossam Ashour continues for the same reason.


Ahli regain Fathi and Saeed efforts

Al-Ahli will be able to recover Ahmed Fathi and Abdullah Al-Saeed in the meeting today, where the first comes after the end of the suspension, and the second comes after recovering from his last injury. Hossam Al-Badri relies on the keys of his game during the last period, the most important of which are Maalul, Ajay, .

Al Badri talked with his players over the past few days about the importance of focus in the night meeting and not to be preoccupied with any other things, including the public pressure and the result of the meeting of the coast star Burj Al Arab, which ended with the victory of Egypt champion 6/2, Al-Badri warned of repeated mistakes of the Red defense, The Moroccan team is a difficult opponent and it is necessary to focus on the game since its inception to achieve a good result that will facilitate the team's mission in the meeting of the oud in Morocco on November 4th.



The closest formation to Al Ahli in front of Wydad

The formation of Al-Ahli against the night will include: Sharif Ikrami, Ahmed Fathi, Mohamed Naguib, Saad Samir, Ali Maaloul, Amr Sulayy, Rami Rabia, Mo'men Zakaria, Abdullah Al-Saeed, Junior Ajay and Walid Azaroo.

WAC, meanwhile, are seeking to get out of a less-than-expected match to maintain their continental title for the second time in their history, having been crowned champions in 1992 before coming back next week in Casablanca.

Wydad Casablanca is hoping to break the jaunty barrier in the Burj Al Arab stadium, where they have already fought 3 times on the same field in front of the Egyptian clubs, which did not taste the taste of victory, and failed to register throughout the three matches.

Hisham Amouta, the technical director of Wydad Club, the six-team team Abdellatif Naseer, Ismail Haddad, Abdel-Azim Khadrouf, Ibrahim El-Nakhab, Mohamed Onagem and Badr Gadarin were cautious during their participation in the match due to fear of getting the yellow card and absence from the return match. Due to suspension, after receiving the red card during his participation in the Algiers match last Saturday in the semi-final of the African Champions League, which ended with the victory of Wydad 3-1.

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