A financial windfall awaits league champions Instant-Dict if they beat arch-rivals South China and retain their Hong Kong First Division title on Sunday. Instant-Dict director Ken Ng said the team can look forward to a $400,000 pay day if they win the League Grand Final. They have already earned $200,000 for winning the first-phase earlier this year, and stand to collect a further $200,000 with a victory on Sunday. Instant-Dict players recently shared $300,000 for winning the FA Cup last Sunday and another financial carrot dangles in front of the club if they win the biggest trophy of the season at the Hong Kong Stadium. 'Prize money was decided by the club very early on in the season,' said Ng. South China have promised $10,000 per player, or about $200,000 for the team, if they win their first league title since 1992. Instant-Dict are confident of lifting their second trophy of the season. Ng said: 'The team is coming together now. [Midfielder] Stefan Draganov is coming along well. The team have no injuries other than that to Tim Bredbury [fractured toe]. We missed Tim O'Shea in the mid-season through injury but he's playing well now. We have had a good build-up to the final and we'll be ready.' Ng was also pleased with the form of Australian striker Paul Foster, who scored two goals in Instant-Dict's 5-2 win over Sing Tao in their remaining second-phase fixture on Wednesday at Mongkok Stadium. South China are likely to field a full-strength side as they meet Instant-Dict for the eighth time this season with a record of four wins, two draws and one loss. Meanwhile, organisers of the Sing Tao-Inter Milan exhibition at the Hong Kong Stadium on June 18 will ask for permission to change the off-side ruling to make the game more exciting for fans. Plans are afoot to change the off-side ruling so that players become off-side only inside the 18-yard penalty area. Organisers will ask Inter-Milan about their thoughts on the rule change and whether they think it should be applicable to the match. Permission will also be sought with the Hong Kong Football Association. Organisers said the new ruling would help local footballers beat defenders more readily and make the game flow. The match organisers are recruiting 30 students as cheerleaders for the match.