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Match facts: Zamalek v Wadi Degla (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online is providing a live score coverage for Monday's game between Zamalek and Wadi Degla in the postponed gamed from week 24 of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Monday 3 Aug 2015
Zamalek players
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Full time: Zamalek 0-0 Wadi Degla


Starting line ups


Mohamed Abu Gabal- Ahmed Samir, Ahmed Dewidar, Eslam Gamal, Saleh Moussa (Mohamed Khalefa 67)- Tarek Hamed, Ahmed Tawfik, Mostafa Ftahi (Ahmed Ali 81), Maarouf Youssef- Abdoulaye Cisse (Mohamed Abdel-Meged 67), Basem Morsi

Wadi Degla:

Haytham Mohamed, Mohamed Tahaa, Eslam Tarek, Karim Mosaad, Tamer Moheb, Mohamed Abdel- Aty (Momen Atef 46), Ayman Adel, Mahmoud Shawky (Ahmed Abdel-Raouf 72), Mohamed Farouk, Dodo El-Gabas (Mohab Saied 78), Mohamed Sherif


Yellow cards: 

Abdoulaye Cisse (Zamalek)

Eslam Tarek, Momen Atef (Wadi Degla)


Venue: Petro Sport stadium

Referee: Ibrahim Nour Eldin

Teams' position:

Zamalek (1st with 86 points after 37 games)

Wadi Degla (5th with 56 points after 37 games)

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