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Match facts: Dakhleya v Zamalek (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online is providing you with a live score coverage of Mondays's Egyptian Premier League match between Dakhleya and Zamalek

Ahram Online , Monday 30 Mar 2015
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Zamalek's midfielder Ayman Hefni (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Full time: Dakhleya 0-2 Zamalek 
Scorers: Hamada Tolba 60, Ahmed Eid 72 (pen)

Yellow card(s): Farid Shawky, Rashad Farouk, Emmanuel Agbettor, Gehad Genidy, Ahmed Katawy(Dakhleya) 

Red card: 

Farid Shawky (Dakhleya)

Starting lineups:

Dakhleya: Ahmed Fawzy, Ahmed Katawy (Khaled Rabie 78), Hossam Abdel-Gawad, Rashad Farouk (Mohamed El-Fayoumi 66), Aasem Saied, Nour El-Garhy (Ahmed Seddik 79), Emmanuel Agbettor, Gehad Genidy, Farid Shawky, Hossam 'Paolo', Hossam Hassan 

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shennawy, Ali Gabr, Ahmed Dwidar, Hamada Tolba, Hazem Emam, Ahmed Tawfik (Tarek Hamed 74), Ibrahim Salah, Maarouf Yousof (Ahmed Eid 46), Ayman Hefny, Ahmed Ali (Omar Gaber 66), Khaled Kamar

Venue: Suez Stadium 

Referee: Mohamed El-Hanafy

Assistant referees: Tahseen Abo-El-Sadat, Mohamed Mahmoud Lotfy

Fourth official: Awad Saafan

League positions: Dakhleya (15th), Zamalek (1st)

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