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Zamalek coach Inacio confident ahead of Algeria game

Ahram Online , Sunday 18 Jun 2017
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Zamalek coach Inacio (Photo: Zamalek's official website)
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Zamalek's coach Augusto Inacio voiced confidence ahead of Zamalek’s Champions League clash against Algerian side USMA, saying his side will be looking for a win in Algeria.

USMA will host Zamalek on Wednesday in a crucial game for the two sides, as they both eye the group summit.

Zamalek are leading the group with five points, only one point ahead of the Algerian side, who lie in second place.

The White Knights snatched a late 1-1 draw against USMA in their previous clash in Alexandria two weeks ago, though Inacio believes that his side will perform better in Algeria.

"USMA are a tough opponent, but we will be looking for a win in Wednesday's clash to cement our position in the group summit," Inacio told reporters in Algeria on Sunday.

"The Algerian side are a good team that plays modern football, but we are ready to achieve a positive result in Algeria."

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