Egypt goalkeeping coach Zaki Abdul-Fattah indicated that the Pharaohs number one shirt is up for grabs ahead of the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Mozambique.
Egypt take on the Black Mambas on Friday, with regular number one Essam Al-Hadari tipped to retain his place between the posts.
However, inexperienced duo Ahmed Al-Shennawi and Sherif Ekrami seem to be vying the veteran keeper for a place in Bob Bradley's starting eleven, according to the trio coach.
“All three keepers have equal chances in starting the game,” Abdul-Fattah, who is set for his competitive debut with Egypt, told reporters.
Zamalek’s Abdul-Wahed Al-Sayed was also included in the squad for the Mozambique match, but was forced to pull out this week due to the illness of his daughter.