Mosimane believes that the team has to be focused and concentrated after reaching the CAF Champions League final.
Al Ahly won the tie 5-1 on aggregate to secure their place in the CAF Champions League final for the 13th time in the club’s history.
Al Ahly face Wydad Casablanca in the CAF Champions League semi-final second leg on Friday night at Cairo International Stadium.
The player missed the first leg as he injured his adductor muscle in the league game against Pyramids.
Raja Casablanca host Zamalek on Sunday night at Mohamed V Stadium.
Zamalek players hope to achieve a good result to have an advantage ahead of the second leg in Cairo.
The Red Devils put one foot in the competition final and they aim to secure their progress in the competition when they host Wydad on Friday night.
Al Ahly manager Pitso Mosimane preferred to count on three players in the midfield to put pressure on the opponent’s midfield.
The two teams enter the game with big ambitions as they both hold their fans’ dreams of reaching the competition’s final.
Al Ahly's Head of Medical Staff, Dr Khalid Mahmoud, announced on Thursday that El Shenawy is fit for the game.
Wydad have an amazing record In the CAF Champions League competition as they are unbeaten at home in the last 27 games.
Egypt will host the CAF Champions League final in case it is played between an Egyptian and a Moroccan team.
The manager, who led Al Ahly to their last Champions League title, believes that the Egyptian giants have a tough mission to knock Moroccans out. .
The team goalkeeper Mohamed El Shenawy and the team defender Ayman Ashraf are fit for the game against Wydad Casablanca.
Confederation of African Football (CAF) decided to play the second leg of the CAF Champions League semi-finals at Cairo stadium.
Wydad are having tough days after losing the domestic league title in a dramatic way to their arch-rivals, Raja.
Maaloul and Geraldo will join the team in Morocco.
Al Ahly announced on 1 October that they have parted ways with the Swiss manager and announced the appointment of South African manager, Pitso Mosimane.
Al Ahly defeated Ismaily 3_0 on Friday night and took another step towards achieving their fifth straight league title.
The games, initially scheduled to be played in May, were pushed back to September amid coronavirus pandemic.