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

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Wednesday's match between Arab Contractors and Zamalek in the 4th matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Wednesday 4 Nov 2015
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File Photo: Zamalek players fights for the ball during Egyptian premier league soccer match between Aswan and Zmalek in Aswan stadium (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Full time: Arab Contractors 1-2 Zamalek
Scorers: Hamada El-Ghanam 53 / Ahmed Hassan 74, Ahmed Dwidar 88

Yellow cards: 
Sayed Hassan, Hamada El-Ghanam, Ahmed Ali, Ali Rabu, Mohamed Samir (Arab Contractors)
Tarek Hamed (Zamalek)

Red card: 
Tarek Hamed (Zamalek)

Line-ups:

Arab Contractors: Mahmoud Abou El-Seoud, Ahmed Moudi, Sayed Hassan (Mahmoud Shedid 75), Mohamed Samir, Ahmed Ali, Ali Rabu, Mohamed Abou Sheashaa, Hamada El-Ghanam, Mohamed Shaaban (Taher Mohamed 77), Mohamed Zika, Eslam Fouad (Omar Gamal 63)

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shenawy; Omar Gaber, Islam Gamal, Ahmed Dwidar, Mohamed Adel; Marouf Youssef, Tarek hamed, Mohamed Ibrahim (Ibrahim Salah 20), Ayman Hefny (Ahmed Hassan 67), Mahmoud kahraba; Bassem Morsi (Mostafa Fathi 46)

Venue: Petro Sport stadium

Refree: Ibrahim Nour Eldin

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