Al Ahly are set to book their place in the African Champions League final when they face ES Setif in Algiers this Saturday.
The two-time defending champions, led by their star coach, the South African Pitso Mosimane, are with the advantage having won the first leg of the duel in Cairo by 4 goals to 0
But there is no question of looking down on the Algerians, Mosimane has warned.
"We will play a normal game. For us the score is zero-zero and we come here to play a game that is zero-zero so I think you understand what will be the strategy when you have zero-zero. It's important for us to score a goal here - or two. But we know it's not going to be easy" Pitso Mosimane said.
If they qualify, the Red Devils will face Wydad of Casablanca, who last night booked their place after a 3-1 agregrate win against Athletico Petroleos of Angola.
The Moroccans drew one-all at home in the second leg with Amine Farhane answering for Brazilian Gleisson Moreira.