The East Africans will take on the seven-time African champions in a build-up game at Borg El Arab Stadium on Thursday evening.
The Taifa Stars will be making a return to the continental tournament since they were knocked out in the first round of the 1980 edition in Nigeria.
Amuneke believes that the meeting with the Pharaohs, the hosts of the continental competition will help him to evaluate his side before the finals.
“They are a very good side and have a lot of history when it comes to African football," Amuneke told SuperSport.
"It is just a game that will give us the opportunity to assess ourselves as a team and since we are still preparing for the Afcon and the Afcon kicks off on the 21st of this month, it will be a good privilege to assess ourselves as we return to the Afcon after 39 years.”
After their encounter with the North Africans, they will take on Zimbabwe for their final preparatory game before the tournament on Saturday.