Report .. Ahli highlights .. Is it included four Arab teams skip the groups of Africa after the fifth round?

The fifth round of the group stage begins in the African Champions League on Friday, where it is likely that this round will ensure some teams go up to the quarter-finals.

The Arab teams may dominate the boarding passes in the next round of the first continental championship at the club level through the teams of the Algerian sports club Alcantini Algerian and Moroccan sports and the Tunisian and Al-Ahly.

- The first group

Morocco's Wydad Casablanca have the opportunity to advance to the next round if they win the next round when they come out to meet ASEC in Côte d'Ivoire.

Morocco's Wydad, the 2017 champions, lead the standings on seven points with South Africa's Sun Dunes.

In contrast, Nigeria's Lopez Stars and ASEC Mimosa are third and fourth respectively with four points.

- the second group

Elsewhere in the final, Tunisia's Esperance have a chance to qualify from the next round if they beat Conakry in the match at the Bab Souika stadium.

Esperance leads the standings with eight points, Ellele Houria Conakry of Guinea with seven points, South African Orlando Pirates in third place with five points and then Platinum champion Zimbabwe with a point.

- Group III

The team is close to the next round where the Algerian team needs a point from the next round to get the boarding pass.

The champions of Algeria will meet on Friday evening their African-Tunisian counterpart, with the club leading the group with 10 points, Yulele Mazembe with seven points and Club Africain with four points.

- Group IV

Despite the loss of Ahli in the previous round to Simba, but the Champions League in the last two editions have the opportunity to climb if they beat Vita Club Congolese.

Al-Ahly will face the Congo champions in Saturday's game, with the red giants leading the standings with seven points, while the Congo champions and the Confederations Cup winners are in the final standings with four points.

On the other hand, third-placed JS Al-Saoura will host five-point team Simba of Tanzania and the group runners-up six points on Saturday.

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