Tunisia's Al-Sarayh Online website has announced calls to reduce Al-Turji fans in Al-Ahli's regular match on Friday at the Rade Stadium in the final team of the African Champions League.
The Tunisian Football Association announced on Sunday the Tunisian home department's preparedness to secure the match between Al-Turji and Al Ahly in the presence of 60,000 fans. The security authorities confirmed their readiness to secure the match with the stadium's full capacity after the meeting of officials in Tunisia and the Ministry of the Interior.
The Tunisian website said there were fears between Al-Turjis fans and security forces during the Ahly match and the rehearsal of the events of the 1st-August Angolan game in the semi-final of the African Champions League, resulting in the injury of 38 police officers.
The site said citizens invited to reduce Al-Turjis fans in the game Ahli believe that the presence of 60,000 fans for the African Champions League final will increase the chances of violent outbreaks between the masses and security forces.
Al-Ahli is enough to draw or withdraw a free goal to win the title of the African Champions League for the ninth time in his history, while Al-Turji must win two free goals to win the continental title.