Defending champions Regal take on Hyundai Dynat tonight in the semi-finals of the Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) Champions Cup with the Hong Kong club confident of making it past the tough and dedicated South Koreans. According to Regal team manager Stanley Au Kai-kwong, Hyundai Dynat are not as good as another Korean team Regal have beaten, and the defending champions have a plan to contain Hyundai's offensive threats. 'Although Hyundai Dynat are fast and a good passing team, their attacks are not very strong,' said Au. 'Plus they only have one foreign player. Compared with another Korean team, KIA, whom we beat in last year's final, Hyundai Dynat are easier to handle. 'We are likely to play man-to-man defence. [John] Spencer has recovered from his knee injury and will defend against their foreign player [Jay] Webb. 'And if we can stop their three-point shooters, we have a good chance of winning.' Based on their performances so far in the tournament, Regal have reason to be confident. The Hong Kong side advanced to the semi-finals as the champions of Group A with three wins and one loss, while the Korean team were runners-up in Group B. Regal guard Wayman Strickland is currently fourth in the scorers' standings with 83 points from four games, while his teammate Yung Kam-wah is fifth on 79 points. Also, Regal forward/centre Spencer has 38 rebounds in four games, two boards less than tournament leader Webb of Hyundai Dynat. Strickland, Spencer, Yung, centre Choi Fong-yue and veteran guard Ng Chu-yip, who is suffering from a minor finger injury, are expected to start the game. Should Regal win tonight, they face the winners of the other semi-final game between China's Hanwei and Al Riadi of Lebanon, who handed Regal their one and only defeat by two points in the last preliminary-round match on Wednesday, in tomorrow's final.