Township Rollers manager Nikola Kavazovic said on Monday his side will play a ''balanced game'' against Ahly in Tuesday's Champions League clash.
Ahly will host the Botswanan side at Alexandria's Borg El-Arab Stadium in the group stage.
The Egyptians, who are bottom of their group, will be desperate to win to keep their hopes alive in the continental tournament.
"We will try to be balanced in all moments of the game," Nikola Kavazovic told the club's official website.
"For sure, we will not defend 90 minutes, but also we don’t have the intention to attack them like we are going to do in Gaborone."
The Serbian coach revealed that his side has no information concerning Ahly's current situation, adding that his men are facing the unknown.
"So far in the Champions League, we have analysed our opponents through video analysis down to the smallest details.
"For the first time we are going into the unknown; this is first time that any fresh DVD was not provided so we could analyse the opponent.
"We don’t know anything about them except some of their players played at the World Cup."
The Township Rollers are third in the group with three points, while Ahly have a single point.
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