Ali Farag defeated Miguel Rodriguez to set up an all-Egypt semi-final at the Canary Wharf Classic ©Getty Images

Top seed Ali Farag set up an all-Egypt semi-final with third seed Tarek Momen at the Professional Squash Association Canary Wharf Classic in London thanks to a straight-sets victory over Colombia's Miguel Rodriguez.

Farag, who has never won the Canary Wharf Classic before in his career, dispatched the number seven seed with ease, winning 11-8, 11-3 to sail through to the semi-finals. 

His opponent, Momen, also made light work of his quarter-final - another all-Egypt affair - winning, incidentally, by the exact same score.

He beat Mostafa Asal 11-8, 11-3.

Second seed Paul Coll of New Zealand also qualified for the semi-finals with an 11-5, 11-6 win over Wales' Joel Makin.

Coll will face Diego Elias of Peru, the fourth seed, after he defeated Gregoire Marche of France, the eighth seed.

Elias won 11-7, 11-7.

Tomorrow's action sees the semi-finals take place, with the unique situation in which the top four seeds occupy the final four spots in the competition.