Instant-Dict's training schedule for the eighth Asian Cup Winners' Cup has already been pencilled in after they qualified for the tournament by beating Sing Tao 3-2 at Mongkok Stadium last night. The Dickies, who beat the Tigers in the FA Cup final 12 days ago, will start training on July 10 and then head for overseas training camp before their first-round home match against Singaporean League side Armed Forces on August 23. The Dickies have definitely learnt their lesson after being thrashed by Shanghai Shenhua in last year's Asian Club Championship. Team director Ken Ng said the current lineup would remain mostly intact for the Asian club competition. 'We have already retained all our expatriates and some of our local players. We are still negotiating with the rest of them,' said Ng. 'We may have a couple of new expats but there won't be too many. We know Armed Forces are a strong side. It's better for us to start training earlier.' Team manager Billy Kirkwood may fly to Singapore to get an early look at their opponents. The loss was Sing Tao's sixth to the Dickies this season and both teams fielded under-strength lineups last night. Sing Tao goalkeeper Iain Hesford, who is joining South China next season, returned home after the FA Cup final, while national defender Chan Chi-keung also missed the match through injury. Instant-Dict were also without Australian winger Ross Greer, who infuriated management by leaving the territory before his contract expired without notifying the club. Greer's absence forced top striker Paul Foster and Bulgarian midfielder Dimitre Kalkanov, both suffering from illnesses, to play. Yet, Foster still managed to score two goals. He first stunned Sing Tao reserve 'keeper Cheng Wing-keung in the third minute with a powerful shot after Tam Siu-wai's long-distance volley hit the post. Foster struck again in the 65th minute to seal the issue for the Dickies with a left-footed shot after being set up by Bulgarian forward Stefan Draganov. After Foster's first goal, it was Sing Tao's young national striker Wai Kwan-lung who levelled matters in the 24th minute. Unmarked left-winger Yeung Hei-chi put Instant-Dict 2-1 ahead two minutes later with a header from a Tim O'Shea cross. The Tigers equalised again in the 59th minute with a goal from national winger Chan Tsz-kong before Foster sealed the issue. Meanwhile, Inter Milan have announced the final team list for next Wednesday's China-HK Telelink Cup against Sing Tao at the Hong Kong Stadium. Chilean international striker Ivan Zamorano will spearhead the 20-man squad, who arrive in the territory on Monday. England international Paul Ince, who has expressed his wish to leave Inter, has also been included in the visitors' list. French star midfielder Youri Djorkaeff will be joined by his younger brother Misha, while Christopher Kanu - brother of Nigerian star Nkwankwo Kanu who is recovering from heart surgery - will also accompany the Italian Serie A side. However, Argentina's rising star Javier Zanetti and Swiss midfielder Ciriaco Sforza are unable to make the trip. Sing Tao, on the other hand, revealed that they had secured Liverpool's Republic of Ireland international right-winger Jason McAteer as guest player in the exhibition. The Tigers had earlier gained the services of McAteer's clubmate John Barnes and Happy Valley Russian goalkeeper Victor Derbounov.