Al Ahly is going head to head with Wydad AC starting on 30 May 2022 at 19:00 UTC . The match is a part of the CAF Champions League, Knockout stage.
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Egyptian giants Al Ahly had their struggles in the group stage of the competition, but took down Raja Casablanca, arch rivals of Moroccan side Wydad, in the quarterfinals. They appear to be just hitting their stride in the latter stages of the competition, taking Algerian monster ES Sétiffienne apart in the semi finals.
The Cairo club, generally held to be the most successful team in Africa, is looking to extend their impressive records and become the first team to win the African crown three times in a row.
South African coach Pitso Mosimane says, “If we can make history, it will be a great thing for this club and the players. But we know we are coming up against a very strong opponent and we will have to prepare well.”
Wydad came through the group stage on top before squeaking through a narrow quarterfinal victory over Algerian number one side CR Belouizdad 1-0, and then looking to be in firm control in their semifinal 4-2 win over top Angolan club Petro de Luanda in the semi final.
Wydad will have the benefit of playing this game in their home ground, and are no stranger to the CAFCL crown, being two-time winners of the competition.
Coach Walid Regraui makes light of the edge that playing at home might give them, saying, “We are ready to play anywhere. CAF decided to play the final in Morocco and we should respect their decision. It is not important for us where the final will take place. We are ready to play in Dakar, in Istanbul or in any other place. We earned four away wins in this edition and we are ready to grab a fifth.”
How and where to watch
Location: Stade Mohammed V, Casablanca, Morocco
Kickoff Time: 3 p.m. ET
TV: beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A., beIN SPORTS XTRA
Streaming: fuboTV, Fanatiz USA
You can also follow our live text coverage on AS USA as we bring you all the details from Casablanca, starting about an hour ahead of kick off and through all the action as it unfolds.
The final of the 2022 CAF Champions League, to be decided on Monday, will not just be a clash between Al Ally SC of Egypt and Wydah Casablanca of Morocco.
It is surely bigger than just a cup final, as it will also be a duel of two elite African coaches – the South African Pitso Mosimane of Ahly and Moroccan, Walid Regragui of Waydad.
Mosimane is a winner of three CAF Champions League titles; one with the Mamelodi Sundowns of Africa in 2016, and the last two with the Cairo giants, Al Ahly SC, in 2020 and 2021.
Pitso fondly called is into his fourth final of the competition, and has the opportunity to firmly establish himself in the folklore of African football, should the Red Devils win again tomorrow, to make it an unprecedented three titles in a row.
A fourth CAF Champions League trophy for the South African, will equal the record set in this competition by one of his predecessors on the bench of Al Ahly, Manuel José. The Portuguese trainer won the flagship continental title with Ahly in 2001, 2005, 2006 and 2008.