Walid Al-Attar, CEO of the Football Association, toldFilGoal.com“The sponsoring company of CAF is the one that sets the fixtures, and we do not interfere in the matter.”
“We have not been informed about enough about the match times,” he added.
Zamalek plays against its Tunisian guest Esperance, and Al-Ahly host the South African Mamelodi Sun Downs team in the first leg of the quarter-finals at the end of this month.
On 6 or 7 March, they will play the home games in Tunisia and South Africa.
Al-Ahly and Zamalek clash in the league on February 24, a few days before the Champions League quarter-finals.
Before the top match in the league, Al-Ahly and Zamalek will face the Egyptian Super Cup on February 20 in Abu Dhabi.