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Ahly paired with SuperSport, Zamalek handed a tough draw in the CAF Champions League

Egyptian giants Ahly have been paired with South African side SuperSport United for the round of 32 of the 2011 CAF Champions League draw conducted in Cairo Monday

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Monday 20 Dec 2010
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Egyptian giants Ahly have been paired with South African side SuperSport United for the round of 32 of the 2011 CAF Champions League draw conducted in Cairo Monday.

The first leg will be held in Egypt at Cairo stadium, while the Red Devils will play the return leg in South Africa.

Arch-rivals Zamalek had a tough draw as they are set to take on Tunisian side Club Africain in the same round if they manage to edge through Kenyan team Stars in the preliminary round.

The Whites’, who are back to Africa’s most prestigious club competition for the first time since 2008, will begin their campaign on 28 January, with the return leg scheduled two weeks later.

Meanwhil, Ahly have a bye into the round of 32, after competing in last year's championship final.

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