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Ismaily to face Al-Nasr in Egypt Cup round of 32nd

Drawings for the Egypt Cup later this month place ENPPI against Ittihad of Alexandria, Ismaily vs. Al-Nasr

Ahram Online, Monday 12 May 2014
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The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) held its Egypt Cup round of 32 draw on Monday.

Some results for the 32nd round of the prestigious cup include:

Ismaily facing Al-Nasr, ENPPI playing Ittihad of Alexandria and Masry being paired with Haras El-Hodoud.

In another tough knock-out match, Smouha will face their coastal counterparts Gouna.

The round of 32 matches is scheduled to be held on 18-21 May.

The Cairo-based popular clubs Ahly and Zamalek will kick off their bids in the Egypt Cup's round of 16, as the EFA has decided to allow them focus on their continental competitions.

Egypt's Cup round of 32 draw:

Haras El-Hdoud vs. Masry

Minya vs. Bahtem

ENPPI vs. Ittihad of Alexandria

Maqassa vs. Dakhlya

El-Entag El-Harby vs. Dirot  

Arab contractors vs. (winner from Zaafaran and Dabaa game)

Ghazl El-Mahalla vs. (winner from Kafr El-Dawar and Tanta game)

Ragaa vs. (winner from Qena and Mahalla game)

Ismaily vs. Al-Nasr

Smouha vs. Gouna

Ittihad El-Shorta vs. (winner from El-Hawamdya and Mecca game)

Petrojet vs. Talae El-Gaish

Qanah vs. Suez

Wadi Degla vs. Ismaily Electric 

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