Egypt's FA delays Zamalek game against Wadi Degla

Mohamad Mosselhi, Sunday 9 Feb 2014

Zamalek's league game against Wadi Degla postponed for an indefinite period upon the former's request

Egypt's Zamalek (Photo:Al-Ahram)

The Egyptian football Association (EFA) postponed on Sunday a Premier League game between Zamalek and Wadi Degla due to the former club's African Champions League commitments.

The game was scheduled to be played on 19 February but Zamalek demanded that the EFA postpone it as they will face Niger's AS Douannes away from home just three days earlier. They will also arrive in Cairo just one day before facing Degla.

The EFA has not set a new date for the match yet.

Zamalek defeated Douannes of Niger 2-0 on Sunday in the first leg of the CAF Champions League preliminary round

The White Knights are third of the Egyptian league Group B with 13 points, four behind leaders Petrojet.

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