Bencharki left-out as Zamalek release squad for Wadi Degla clash

Bencharki left-out as Zamalek release squad for Wadi Degla clash
Bencharki left-out as Zamalek release squad for Wadi Degla clash

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Morocco’s Achraf Bencharki has been left-out of Zamalek’s 19-man squad for their Egyptian Premier League clash against Wadi Degla.

Zamalek who had a slow start to the season are currently on a three-game winning run in the league.

As they sit fourth on the league table, the Whites will look to beat Wadi Degla next Tuesday at the Al-Salam Stadium at 6:30pm Cairo local time.

Former Al Hilal forward Achraf Bencharki was left-out of the squad after sustaining an injury before their Champions League game against TP Mazembe.

Abdallah Gomaa also didn’t make the cut as he’s still recovering from his previous injury. Meanwhile, U-23 AFCON winner Emam Ashour returned to the squad for the first time since January 5th.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Mohamed Abou-Gabal and Mohamed Sobhi.

Defenders: Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud Hamdy ‘El-Wensh’, Mohamed Abdelsalam, Mohamed Abdel-Shafy and Hazem Emam.

Midfielders: Ferjani Sassi, Mohamed Hassan, Youssef Obama, Ahmed Sayed ‘Zizo’, Mohamed Ounajem, Islam Gaber, Mahmoud Shikabala, Mostafa Fathi and Emam Ashour.

Strikers: Mostafa Mohamed and Kabongo Kasongo.

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