Zamalek will be looking for their third successive win this season on Friday when they face minnows side Nasr at Cairo stadium.
The White Knights' mission is expected to be easy against the new-arrival side to the premiere league Nasr who lie second from bottom in the table.
Nasr have never won any game in the Egyptian league so far, losing three and drawing in four others.
Meanwhile, Zamalek are third in the league table with 15 points, five points behind leaders Ismaily.
Zamalek's coach Nebojsa Jovovic named on Wednesday his 18-man list, featuring the return of team's international keeper Ahmed El-Shenawy who missed the team's past two games due to injury.
It is likely that Nebojsa will keep his 4-3-3 game strategy, which depends on the penetrations of lively wingers Ahmed Madbouli and Abdallah Gomaa behind a lone striker.
Classy playmaker Ayman Hefny could have a starting role in Friday's game against Nasr after recovering from a muscle injury.
Hefny, who has been out of action since last July, made his first start of the season in Zamalek's win against Minya in Egypt's Cup last week.