The relegation six-pointer between Wadi Degla and El Entag El Harby ended in a goalless draw.
What it all means at the bottom
The two sides remain in the bottom three with Wadi Degla edging a point closer to El Gaish in 15th, who are just a point above them after they lost 1-0 to El Masry.
El Entag El Harby stay bottom on 11 points but are now only separated by goal difference with El Ismaily, who were beaten 2-1 by Ceramica Cleopatra.
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Al Ittihad move up to second
Despite playing six more matches than third-placed Al Ahly, Al Ittihad can celebrate the fact they have moved into second after a 4-2 win against Al Mokawloon. It was their third win from their last four games.
There a few key matches tomorrow which affect the teams at the bottom. Wadi Degla host National Bank, hoping to move out of the bottom three and continue their four-game unbeaten run.
— Wadi Degla FC (@wadideglafc) April 6, 2021
El Gaish, winless in seven league games, travel to mid-table side El Gouna who are without a win themselves in six