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Algeria's JS Kabylie head a list of four former winners facing elimination from the African Champions League in the group stage at the weekend.
JSK need a home win over Libya's Al Ittihad in their penultimate Group A match tomorrow to avoid an early exit, a situation mirrored by Morocco's Royal Armed Forces, ASEC Abidjan from the Ivory Coast and Tunisia's Esperance.
Royal Armed Forces prop up the group along with JSK on three points from four matches but face a more difficult match away to group leaders Etoile Sahel (10 points) in Sousse, Tunisia on Saturday.
Over in Group B, ASEC Abidjan host Esperance in the Ivorian capital on Sunday, with both sides desperate for a win that will keep them in the battle for one of the top-two places.
JSK go into Friday's match under the command of their third coach in five games since the group phase kicked off in June.
Former Tottenham and Valencia midfielder Moussa Saib takes charge of the side for a second spell against the Libyans, who have been a surprise package in the tournament on seven points from four matches.
Etoile coach Bertrand Marchand says he will resist the temptation to rest key players in order to make sure of top place in Group A.
That would mean that Etoile will likely avoid defending champions A-l Ahly in the semi-finals.
Al-Ahly lead Group B on nine points from four matches but could be overhauled by their Sudanese hosts Al Hilal (six points) when the teams meet in Omdurman on Sunday. ASEC Abidjan and Esperance have four points apiece.
The Sudanese club have made a remarkable debut in the group stage of the competition and are seeking a third consecutive home win.
Al-Ahyi's temperamental coach Manuel Jose labeled his players "overconfident" after they were held to a 2-2 draw at Al Masri in their first game of the new Egyptian season.
The weekend's four group matches will be followed by a final round of games at the start of September before the top two sides in each group advance to the semifinals. - Reuters