TITLE holders Instant-Dict will not be taking anything for granted as they challenge Sing Tao for a final place in the Viceroy Cup at Mongkok Stadium today. The Dickies face an in-form team who have won their last three games - one of which brought a battling, 1-0 victory over Golden in the Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday. Hong Kong giants South China made a shock exit from the tournament after losing 3-2 to Happy Valley on Friday night and Instant-Dict are in no mood to fall in the same way. Instant-Dict team manager Billy Kirkwood said: 'We are not going to be taking anything for granted. Sometimes the form book goes out the window. If it [South China-Happy Valley] had been a league match, it would have been a draw but it was a Cup match and there had to be a winner. 'Sing Tao have some very good players, like Ian Muir and Glyn Hodges, as well as good Hong Kong international players, so they are going to make it very difficult for us.' Kirkwood has a few injury worries, with midfielder Tam Siu-wai and defender Sammy Wong Wai-tak both doubtful for the clash. Tam has been struggling with an ankle problem while Wong has aggravated a calf injury. Kirkwood will make a decision this afternoon as to whether the pair will play. Unbeaten since the Senior Challenge Shield final on December 5, when they lost 1-0 to South China, Instant-Dict are fancied to go through to the April 6 Viceroy Cup final where they will meet either Happy Valley or Eastern. Sing Tao have conceded just one goal in their last three matches to underline their recent good form. The Tigers defeated Rangers 3-0 and Eastern 3-1 in the league before overcoming Golden 1-0 in the Cup in their last outing. But Instant-Dict go into the clash with an excellent record, having beaten Sing Tao twice this season - recording 3-0 wins in the league last October and in the third round of the Senior Challenge Shield last November. Sing Tao will still be missing defenders Paul Masefield, who is recovering from a groin injury, and the suspended Pau Ka-yiu. Meanwhile, English Premier League side Chelsea are being lined up to make their second appearance in the territory in three years in an exhibition against local giants South China in May. The London club are being targeted to play here for the first time since losing 2-1 to the Hong Kong League XI in May 1994.