Around 25k fans will pack the stadium in Al Ain to watch their beloved teams fighting for the precious title.
Board Member of Al Ahly SC, Mohamed Serag, has participated as one of the instructors in LaLiga Business School’s MBA program.
Al Ahly's victory was their second in a row since losing the Cup final to Zamalek.
Zamalek won the domestic double of the 2020-2021 season and for sure their victory on Thursday will give them an edge in the domestic league title race.
What adds more excitement to the game is that the two teams are already in a race for the league title and their last meeting in the league ended in a 2-2 draw.
Soares received some good news ahead of the game as Amr El Soulia returned to the squad after missing the game against Smouha for injury.
The coach arrived at Al Ahly's training ground, El Tetsh Stadium, on Thursday afternoon and took first-team training for the first time.
Taher Mohamed Taher's header and a late goal from Hossam Hassan were not enough as Smouha secured a vital win over Al Ahly.
Al Ahly players fought to avoid losing another two points as the game was in a 1-1 draw till the final two minutes of the match.
Mohamed Awwad, the team's back-up goalkeeper, will start against Al Ahly.
The player is suffering from a muscular injury and he will have a fitness test on Saturday to determine his availability for the match.
The EFA also announced that José Luis Munuera from Spain will officiate the game.
The Red Devils are boosted with the return of four key players to the squad as El Soulia, Hamdy Fathy, Aliou Dieng and Mohamed Abdelmonem received the green light to participate in the final.
The club had a fantastic campaign in the CAF Champions League and they managed to book their place in the final but they do not enjoy the same success in the league.
The player missed his team's matches since January as he was rested in full after being diagnosed with heart conditions related to the virus.
Zamalek have lifted the trophy on five previous occasions while the Red Devils, the defending champions, are chasing them with four titles.
Mosimane knows that his team will not have an easy mission against the Algerians, who sprang a major surprise in the quarter-finals when they knocked out Esperance with a victory in Tunisia.
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.
The game was played under tough weather conditions as the temperature hit 34C, which affected the performance of the players.
Reports have linked El Badry, who led Al Ahly to 2012 CAF Champions League title, with coaching cross-city rivals Zamalek following a poor start for Zamalek in the league.