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Match facts: Zamalek v Arab Contractors (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Sunday's match between Zamalek and Arab Contractors in the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Sunday 6 Mar 2016
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Zamalek vs. Arab Contractors in the Egyptian Premier League (Photo: Ahram Sport)
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Full time: Zamalek 2-0 Arab Contractors
Scorers: Mohamed Koffi 44', Emmanuel Mayuka  45

Yellow cards:
Kahraba, Omar Gaber, Tarek Hamed, Maarouf Yussuf (Zamalek)
Ali Rabo, Omar Gamal, Ahmed Ali (Arab Contractors)

Starting lineups:

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shennawi, Hamada Tolba, Ali Gabr, Mohamed Koffi, Omar Gaber, Tarek Hamed, Maarouf Yussuf, Mostafa Fathi, Ayman Hefni (Shikabala 78), Mahmoud Kahraba (Ahmed Hamoudi 46), Emmanuel Mayuka (Bassem Morsi 70)

Arab Contractors: Mahmoud Aboul-Saoud, Ahmed Ali, Fathi Mabrouk, Ahmed Moudi, Mohamed Samir, Ali Rabo, Omar Gamal (Didier Kore 75), Karim Mostafa (Silva 57), Mohamed Abou-Sheashaa, Ahmed Ali (Mohamed Magued 46), Mohamed Fadl  

Venue: Petro Sport Stadium

Referee: Gehad Greisha

League positions:

Zamalek: 2nd, 38 pts, 20 matches, 11 wins, 5 draws, 5 losses

Arab Contractors: 15th, 19 pts, 20 matches, 4 wins, 7 draws, 9 losses

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