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Match facts: Aswan v Ahly (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online will be providing a live score coverage for Thursday's match between Aswan and Ahly in the 28th matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Thursday 12 May 2016
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Al Masry's Osama Azab (L) fights for the ball against Al-Ahly's Ahmed Hegazy during their Egyptian Premier League soccer match at Borg El Arab "Army Stadium", west of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, Egypt, February 23, 2016 (Reuters)
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Full time: Aswan 0-4 Ahly
Scorers: Rami Rabia 40, Malick Evouna 41, Abdallah El-Saed 45, Moemen Zakareya 72

Yellow card:
Abdallah El-Saed (Ahly)

Line-ups:

Aswan: Reda Salem, Hamada El-Sayed, iBRAHIM El-Qadi, Fouad Salama, Ibrahim El-Shayeb, Ossama Marey, Mohamed El-Fayoumi (Shoukry Naguib 50), Amir Abed, Mohamed Rezk (Mohamed Fawzi 75), Erick Traoure, Ihab El-Masry

Ahly: Sherif Ekramy, Ahmed Fathi, Rami Rabia, Ahmed Hegazy (Mohamed Naguib 57), Sabri Rahil, Hossam Ashour, Hossam Ghali, Abdallah El-Said (Emad Meteab 76), Ramadan Sobhi, Moemen Zakareya, Malick Evouna (John Antwi 70) 

Venue: Aswan stadium

Referee: Mohamed El-hanafy

League positions:

Aswan: 14th, 31 pts, 26 matches, 7 wins, 10 draws, 9 losses

Ahly: 1st, 59 pts, 26 matches, 18 wins, 5 draws, 3 losses  

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