South China's Brazilian defender Aurelio Da Silva has to play one more game for South China before he leaves for Greece next Monday. He has been ordered to play in the away leg of the Asian Club Championship second round against Chinese champions Dalian Wanda this Saturday as the Caroliners are facing a shortage of expats. The 35-year-old was supposed to have played his last game for the Caroliners when they beat Yee Hope 2-1 on Monday, before leaving for Greek First Division side Kalamata. Scottish striker Lee Bullen flies out to Kalamata on December 4. However, team director Peter Leung Shou-chi said yesterday they needed Aurelio to play for them in Dalian. 'We don't have enough outfield expats because both Swedish midfielder Thomas Walfridsson and striker Bullen are injured,' he said. 'That means we will only have Yugoslav defender Ignjic Radislav and Swedish midfielder Joakim Grandelius. 'Although we still have goalkeeper Iain Hesford available, Aurelio has to play because we want to field three outfield expats.' The 24-year-old Walfridsson was taken to hospital on Monday night after his left knee was stepped on. He may need an operation. Striker Au Wai-lun, who received eight stitches in his forehead after a clash with Yee Hope defender Oleg Alexeeko, will travel to Dalian. 'But we are not sure if Au can play on Saturday or not,' Leung said. Dalian are almost certain to advance to the quarter-finals after thrashing South China 4-0 in the first leg last Thursday at Mongkok Stadium.