Egypt's 45-year-old goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary will turn into the most seasoned player in World Cup history on the off chance that he faces Saudi Arabia, however, manager Hector Cuper won't affirm on the off chance that he will play.
The captain was an unused substitute in the opening two games – the two defeats – however, Egypt presently have nothing to play for after being wiped out. Saudi Arabia is without the harmed Taiseer Al Jassam, Omar Hawsawi and Mansour Al-Harbi.

They are likewise out of the competition.


21 Yasser Al-Mosailem (Goalkeeper)
13 Yasir Al-Shahrani (Defender)
23 Motaz Hawsawi (Defender)
3 Osama Hawsawi (Defender)
6 Mohammed Al-Burayk (Defender)
14 Abdullah Ateef (Midfielder)
9 Hatan Bahbir (Midfielder)
16 Hussain Al Moqahwi (Midfielder)
19 Fahad Al Muwallad (Midfielder)
18 Salem Al-Dawsari (Midfielder)
7 Salman Al-Faraj (Midfielder)


1 Essam El-Hadary (Goalkeeper)
6 Ahmed Hegazy (Defender)
13 Mohamed Abd El-Shafy (Defender)
2 Ali Gabr (Defender)
7 Ahmed Fathi (Defender)
8 Tarek Hamed (Midfielder)
21 Mahmoud Trezeguet (Midfielder)
17 Mohamed Elneny (Midfielder)
19 Abdallah El-Said (Midfielder)
9 Marwan Mohsen (Forward)
10 Mohamed Salah (Forward)Review
Saudi Arabia and Egypt will attempt to abstain from completing toward the end in Group An as they bow out of the World Cup on Monday.

While the Saudis are yet to score in the competition, they conveyed a much-enhanced execution in their restricted 1-0 crush by Uruguay and will want to end the tournament with a twist and their first win since Saeed Al-Owairan's ponder strike against Belgium at the 1994 competition in the USA.

Egypt is hoping to win a World Cup coordinate without precedent for their history.

In their first World Cup since 1990, they had been tipped to progress into the knockout adjusts after looking solid in the qualifiers.

Be that as it may, star forward, Mohamed Salah missed their opening annihilation by Uruguay after a shoulder injury and looked shy of wellness in their misfortune to Russia.

The North African side will complete over the Saudis on the off chance that they draw on account of their goal contrast.


Saudi Arabia coach Juan Antonio Pizzi: "It's simple with knowledge of the past, after the outcomes that we have had, to concoct circumstances that you'd get a kick out of the chance to change.

"Yet, shockingly we mentors need to take the more significant part of our choices previously things work out.

"We've seen that specific idea work, we've seen options, we've attempted to get new players too, and this experience we have had particularly in the run-up to this World Cup has been imperative."

Egypt boss Hector Cuper: "This is a critical match since we need to win and complete with a decent outcome. We have arranged for it well, and we need to speak to the Egyptian individuals and make them content with a win.

"We will play against Saudi Arabia to recover wellbeing and accomplish our new desire after the early exit at this World Cup, which was a significant stun and blows. The group will be getting it done.

"I don't have a message to the individuals who reprimand me. It doesn't outrage me. All I would state is that occasionally desire is impossible."