The Red Devils announced that their captain is fit to be back to action after missing the team’s games during the last month for injury.
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Egypt will face the hosts Cameroon on Thursday 3 February at Olembe Stadium in Yaounde.
The two star-studded squads will fight for a place in the semi-finals in their journey to win the title after a long time away from the podium.
If Egypt beat Morocco in Sunday’s Cup of Nations quarter-final, and advance to next week’s semi-final and final, Ahly will have to play without six of their best players.
After disappointing displays in the group stage, the Pharaohs put on a convincing performance against one of the biggest contenders for the title.
After 120 minutes of intense play, the game was decided on penalties as the regular and extra times could not separate the two sides.
Queiroz boosted the midfield with Hamdy Fathy, who will start alongside the team’s veterans Mohamed Elneny and Amr El Soulia.
Douala’s Japoma Stadium is set to witness a battle for a place in the quarter-finals.
FIFA sends its deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims who lost their lives following the tragic incident that took place at Olembe Stadium.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF), the continent's soccer government body, said in a statement that it was investigating.
Ghana suffered a major setback in Cameroon, finishing at the bottom of the group with only one point after two losses and a draw.
Ndala will be assisted by Oliver Safari from DR Congo and Soulaiman Almaldine from Comoros.
Zizo has a buyout clause of 1.7 million Euros, which makes him an affordable target for the clubs in Ligue 1.
The group stage was concluded on Thursday evening and the teams are rested for two days before returning to compete in the knockout stage on Sunday.
The 10 teams are divided into two levels based on the official FIFA ranking of November 2021.
Hegazi was named the man of the match against Sudan after leading the team to finish the group stage with a 1-0 win.
Egypt will face the leader of Group E, which contains Algeria, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea and Sierra Leone.
The two giants, Egypt and Sudan, will face off on Wednesday night in Yaounde, Cameroon's capital, with the two nations having a chance to reach the second round of the competition.
The iconic derby brings back the memory of the first ever game in the competition's history when Egypt defeated Sudan 2-1 in 1957.