Tuesday 14 January 2020
February 20 is scheduled for the Egyptian Super Cup match between Al-Ahly, champion of the league and Zamalek, cup champion, in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi at Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium, with 37,000 fans attending.
The confrontation between the two clubs will be renewed after four days when the Cairo Stadium stadium will host the Egyptian League summit between Al-Ahly and Zamalek, postponed from the fourth round, on February 24 at Cairo Stadium.
Zamalek will start its matches in February by facing the first Angolan August outside its stadium, before playing two matches in the league against the border guards and Ismaili, then the African Super comes before Esperance.
Although the Zamalek board of directors, headed by Mortada Mansour, refused to play the match in Qatar, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) set February 14 as its date for Doha, with the threat of sanctions being imposed on the withdrawer.
On the other hand, Al-Ahly kicks off its matches in February with a crucial confrontation against Al-Hilal Al-Sudan club outside its stadium, during which it will need to achieve a positive result that will enable them to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Al-Ahly will then play three strong matches in the Egyptian League against Pyramids, the first and the first, before traveling to the Emirates to face Zamalek in the Egyptian Super which holds its title in the last two versions.
Al-Ahly and Zamalek may conclude their matches in February by going to the quarter-finals of the African Champions League, if they exceeded the group stage in the competition after each of them won seven points in that round.