|A||Wydad 🇲🇦||JS Kabylie 🇩🇿|
|B||Mamelodi Sundowns 🇿🇦||Al Ahly 🇪🇬|
|C||Raja Casablanca 🇲🇦||Simba 🇹🇿|
|D||Esperance 🇹🇳||CR Belouizdad 🇩🇿|
Al Ahly booked the last ticket to CAF Champions League Quarterfinals after a deserved 3-0 win over Sudan’s Al Hilal on Saturday.
Goals from Hussein El Shahat (2) and Mahmoud Kahraba helped the hosts claim a needed win at Cairo International Stadium.
The result tied Al Ahly level on 10 points with Al Hilal but edged the second place on goal difference.
Mamelodi Sundowns finished top of group B with 14 points after a 2-1 victory over Coton Sport at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa.
CR Belouizdad (Algeria), Esperance Tunis (Tunisia), JS Kabylie (Algeria), Raja CA (Morocco), Simba SC (Tanzania) and Wydad AC (Morocco) are the other teams that also reached the quarterfinals.
The draw will be held on Wednesday, April 5 2023 in Cairo where teams will also learn their path to the final.
The 2022–23 CAF Champions League knockout stage will start on 21 April with the quarter-finals and end on 9 June 2023 with the finals to decide the champions of the 2022–23 CAF Champions League.
Unlike the last three seasons, the final of this edition will be played in a two-legged format.
The winner will automatically qualify for the 2023/24 CAF Champions League and earn the right to play against the winners of the 2022/23 CAF Confederation Cup in the 2023 CAF Super Cup along with the 2023 FIFA Club World Cup in Saudi Arabia.
Wydad AC are the defending champions after beating Al Ahly in the 2022 final to claim their third title and first since 2017.