El Zamalek go into tonight’s game as the second favourite for the title behind the reigning Champions and the current league leaders, Al Ahly.
Can Zamalek keep their impressive home record going against an El Geish team battling at the bottom rung of the League’s ladder?
Zamalek scored over2.5goals in 5 of their last 10 games played against El Geish.
El Geish saw 0ver1.5goals in 8 of their last 10 matches played against Zamalek.
Zamalek won five of their last ten league matches, losing three and two draws.
El Geish have lost four of their last ten league matches played, drawing five and just one win.
Zamalek have only lost twice to El Geish since 2014.
Zamalek have won 7 of the last 10 meetings between these sides.
In the last 10 meetings between these sides, there have been over2.5goals in 8 of the clashes and under1.5goals in just 2.
Both teams won their last league games respectively.
Zamalek have never lost at home to El Geish.
Zamalek scored over2.5goals per match in their last six home matches.
Zamalek conceded 1goal per match in their last six home matches.
HEAD TO HEAD
Zamalek have won SEVEN of the last 10 meetings with El Geish winning TWO and ONE ending in a draw.
There are no injury news or suspensions for both sides so expect both teams to line up with the same set of players that won their games respectively.
El Geish come into this one on the back of a home victory against Al Mokawloon but are fully aware that Zamalek are a different and a more difficult proposition to their last outing. Zamalek need to win this game to stay in the title mix.
Expect this to be a very comfortable victory for the Zamalek. Zamalek to win 2-0 (1 or over1.5)