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Zamalek train at noon on Wednesday before traveling to Tunisia



The first football team of Zamalek Club will play its training session at 12 noon today, Wednesday, before heading to Cairo International Airport in preparation for traveling to Tunisia to meet Tunisia's Esperance in the African Champions League.

 

It is scheduled to leave the Zamalek mission to Tunisia at 6 pm on Wednesday in preparation to face Esperance on board a private plane.

 

Zamalek will face Tunisia's Esperance next Saturday night at the Rades stadium in Tunisia in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League.

Yesterday, Dr. Mohamed Osama, head of the medical staff of the Zamalek team, arrived in Tunis, accompanied by Hamada Al-Daly, the team's administrator; This is to follow up on the conditions of the hotel in which the team’s mission will be located in Tunisia, and the precautionary measures to prevent Corona virus.


The Zamalek doctor and the administrator were keen to arrange all the conditions for the team’s mission in Tunis before its arrival, and it was agreed that Zamalek would run again at five o'clock in the sub-stadium of Rades next Thursday evening, and Osama and Al-Daly agreed to run the team’s training next Friday on the main stadium in Rades stadium, hosting the match.


Zamalek was a negative tie with Mouloudia Algeria in the first round of the group stage in the African Champions League, and then tied with the same result with Senegalese Toungit outside his stadium, so that the White was in third place in Group Four behind the leaders of Tunisia's Esperance with 4 points, and behind him Mouloudia Algeria, who is in second place with two points, and surpasses Zamalek club on goal difference, while the Senegalese champion trailed the group with one point.

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