This came in response to a question about his opinion regarding the appointment of Bakari Jasama as referee for the meeting.
“We do not want a disastrous arbitration as it was in the first meeting,” he added in an interview on “Ontime Sports” channel.
Raja had objected to the performance of Cameroonian referee Allium Nyant and filed a complaint against him with the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
Regarding the number of people infected with Corona virus among the ranks of Raja currently, he replied, “We only have five players, and the rest is recovering.”
“Good handling in isolation and diet helped us get a lot of players back in less than a week,” he added.
Regarding the physical readiness of the players, he said: “We will try to overcome this matter in front of Zamalek, as everyone in Raja will give everything he has to win and this epidemic came suddenly to the whole world, not just hope.”
When asked about the percentage of victory for either team in the meeting, he replied, laughing, “We will give everything we have and we are motivated to win.”
Raja lost at home to Zamalek in the first leg with a goal without a response.