EASTERN chase their third successive league and cup double when they take on Rangers in the San Miguel FA Cup final at the Hong Kong Stadium this afternoon. Peter Leung's talented side clinched the league title after an exciting down-to-the-wire battle with South China - and Leung is confident of ending the season on a high note today. 'It's the end of the season for both teams and although it has been a long and hard one, my players are still fit and we are confident of ending the season with a second trophy,' he said. Eastern will be without defender Keung Heung-fai and striker Paul Nixon, who are both suspended, but Leung isn't worried about the disruption to team plans. 'Ian McParland will do an equally good job up front with Dale Tempest and Lee Wai-wo should be a capable replacement for Keung. 'The only worry is that we haven't been able to train as intensely as we would have liked because of the recent bad weather.' Rangers, who won the Senior Challenge Shield after a penalty shootout victory over Happy Valley last month, will be looking for their first FA Cup success since winning the trophy way back in the 1976-77 season when they beat Tung Sing. Rangers have been training for the past week at the Hong Kong Sports Institute and are in confident mood - especially after yesterday's visit of chairman Lam Tai-fai, who handed out team bonuses for winning the Senior Shield. TEAMS Rangers (probable): Peter Guthrie; Wu Yiu-kwok, Yan Lik-kin, Dimitri Kalkanov, Leung Kam-fai; Tam Siu-wai, Lee Wai-man, Hugo Gimenez, Yeung Kin-wah; Bobby Barnes, Marco Kraljevic. Eastern (probable): Iain Hesford; Ricky Cheng Siu-chung, Chan Chi-keung, Lee Wai-wo, Tim O'Shea; Lee Kin-wo, Lo Kai-wah, Ross Greer, Chiu Chun-ming; Dale Tempest, Ian McParland.