Live coverage: Egypt v Belarus (London 2012)
15:20 Egypt coach Hany Ramzy made two changes in his starting XI, introducing central defender Saad Samir instead of Mahmoud Alaa and midfielder Shehab Ahmed instead of Saleh Gomaa.
15:00 Belarus starting line-up: Alyaksandr Hutar, Stanislaw Dragun, Ihar Kuzmyanok, Sergei Politevic, Dzmitry Baha, Sergei Kornilenko, Renan Bressan, Alyaksey Kazlow, Illya Aleksiyevich, Mikhail Gordeichuk, Dzyanis Palyakow
14:50 Egypt's starting line-up: Ahmed El-Shennawy, Ahmed Fathi, Ahmed Hegazy, Saad Samir, Eslam Ramadan, Hossam Hassan, Mohamed El-Nenny, Shehab Ahmed, Mohamed Abou-Treika, Mohamed Salah, Emad Meteb.
14:40 The Pharaohs also hope New Zealand, who have one point, do not beat the already-qualified Brazil in the other group game.
14:40 Egypt, who could only garner one point following a defeat by Brazil and draw with New Zealand, will have to beat Belarus (three points) to stand any chance of advancing to the quarter finals.
14:40 Welcome to Ahram Online's live coverage of Egypt's final Group C game against Belarus which will be played in Glasgow.
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