MINNOWS Kui Tan will be aiming to cause another upset when they meet holders Ernest Borel in the quarter-finals of the Viceroy Cup next month. Borel, who won the Viceroy Cup and the Hongkong FA Cup in their second season in local football last year, were strongly tipped to be challenging for the league championship this time. But Kui Tan, whose annual budget of $2.3 million is dwarfed by Borel's mammoth $9 million, beat the Watchmen 2-1 in their first league game of the season to set the alarm bells ringing in the Borel camp. The two sides meet in the return league match at Shamshuipo Sports Ground on Monday, a dress rehearsal for their cup tie at Mongkok Stadium on March 16. Borel team manager Tsui Kwok-on said: ''It is not an easy game for us because they have beaten us once before but we hope to get rid of them and then meet Eastern in the semi-finals. ''We play Kui Tan on Monday so that will be a good test for us. By the time we play them in the cup we will have another new face in the side.'' Borel, who fielded their new midfielder, Tony Finnigan, in the 0-0 draw with Sing Tao this week, have agreed terms with former Arsenal forward Raphael Meade and they expect him to arrive in the territory next week. Last season's Viceroy Cup runners-up, South China, are in the bottom half of the draw and meet Sing Tao in the quarter-finals on March 19. Also in the bottom half of the draw, Instant-Dict have a bye to the quarter-finals, where they play the winners of the March 9 first-round tie between Happy Valley and Michelotti. In the top half of the draw, Eastern play British Forces in the first round on March 7, with the winners meeting Kitchee in the quarter-finals on March 14. Forces secretary Don Grant, who saw his side lose 6-0 to Eastern last Monday, was delighted with the draw. ''It suits us,'' he said. ''It's a big game and great for us. We really enjoyed it the other night.'' The champions receive $200,000 of a prize fund of $530,000. The second semi-final, on March 30, and the April 4 final will be played at Hongkong Stadium. In a First Division match last night, meanwhile, Tony Sealy struck an 80th-minute winner to give Michelotti a scrappy 1-0 victory over Kitchee at Mongkok Stadium. Alan Walsh flicked on Nip Chak-hang's corner and Sealy was on target with a close-range shot after the match appeared to be drifting towards a goalless draw. Michelotti consolidated their second place in the 10-team standings. They have 22 points, five points behind runaway leaders Eastern after having played two more matches. Kitchee were unlucky not to take the lead in the first half when a Gary Williams shot struck the crossbar in the 29th minute and then Tong Yuen-sing's rebound was well saved by Michelotti goalkeeper Chan Hing-wing. Viceroy Cup draw, first round: Eastern v British Forces (March 7), Happy Valley v Michelotti (March 9). Quarter-finals: Eastern or British Forces v Kitchee (March 14), Kui Tan v Ernest Borel (March 16), South China v Sing Tao (March 19), Instant-Dict v Happy Valley or Michelotti (March 23).