Al-Ahly tops the table of the Egyptian Deroui ranking, with 76 points, after playing 29 matches, during which he won 24 confrontations, tied in 4 matches, and was defeated in a single match, while his players scored 66 goals and conceded 8 goals, and is the strongest line of attack and defense in the competition.
While Tanta is at the bottom of the Egyptian league table, with 18 points, after playing 29 matches, he won only two matches, tied in 12 matches, was defeated in 15 games, scored 15 goals, and conceded 17 goals.
Al-Ahly enters the match with great comfort, especially since it has officially won the league title, so the Swiss coach, Rene Weiler, will seek to rest a large number of players who participated mainly in the last period, to pay others who did not participate throughout the season.
While Tanta hopes, any point that escapes from the last place leading to the relegation, even though the task seems very difficult for coach Reda Abdel-Al and his players.
Reda Abdel-Al represents the talk of the hour in Egyptian football. After many years of waiting for a step in the Egyptian Premier League, he had a chance, but in the Tanta team, which is close to relegation.
As for Al-Ahly, it aspires to equip some players and rest others before the battle of Moroccan Wydad in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, the most important match for the Red Genie in the whole season, but this comes amid a burning atmosphere in the Red Castle.