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Fever pitch has reached such a tipping point in Egypt ahead of Al-Ahly's bid to win a record-extending ninth African Champions League crown that students are even skipping lectures to watch the team.Millions of Egyptian fans are expected to watch the clash, including Ahmad Abu Saada, a student prepared to travel all the way to Morocco in order to cheer on the "Cairo Red Devils".Almost 50,000 fans are expected at the sold-out match.Al-Ahly's 2013 cup-winning coach, Mohammed Youssef, said the Egyptians always rise to the big occasion, as their record of eight victories in 10 finals attests.
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