CASABLANCA, Oct 16 (MENA) - The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced on Friday that Egypt will host the CAF Champions League final in case it is played between an Egyptian and a Moroccan team, after a draw was conducted in Casablanca between the two North African countries.
The draw, conducted by CAF Director of Competitions Samson Adamu, decided that, should a team from Egypt and another from Morocco reach the final, scheduled for November 6, it will be played in Egypt.
In case two teams from the same country reached the final, it would be played in their respective country, CAF said on its official website.
Wydad (Morocco) faces Al Ahly (Egypt) on Saturday, October 17, while Raja (Morocco) plays against Zamalek (Egypt) on Sunday, October 18, at Mohamed V Complex, Casablanca in the first leg of the semifinals.
The return legs will be played on October 23 and 24, 2020 respectively at the Cairo International Stadium, Egypt.