Revenge will be sweet indeed for Hong Kong if they turn over Malaysia at the Kowloon Cricket Club today to secure a place in the final of tomorrow's Tunku Ja'afar Cup. A crushing 10-wicket victory against Singapore yesterday has left Stewart Brew's well-drilled side needing to beat Malaysia today to guarantee a rematch with Singapore in tomorrow's final. Today's Hong Kong-Malaysia match is the first meeting between the two sides since Hong Kong's Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Trophy capitulation against the Malaysians in October. There is an unspoken determination throughout the ranks of this Hong Kong team to put that result right, and the clinical way Singapore were put to the sword yesterday is an indication that Brew and Co are in no mood to relinquish their Tunku Ja'afar crown. Victory was wrapped up before lunch after Singapore, who were on a high after defeating Malaysia on Thursday, were bundled all out for just 66 in 24.4 overs, with Brew finishing with superb figures of five wickets for five runs in 5.4 overs. 'We're quite confident, but we don't want to over-hype anything. Maybe that happened a bit during the ACC,' Brew said yesterday. 'We won't be treating Malaysia lightly [today],' added Brew, who was deservedly named Man of the Match. After winning the toss at the Hong Kong Cricket Club yesterday, Brew wasted no time in installing the Singaporeans at the crease on a dampish wicket and the visitors were soon in trouble with both openers Varma Kuldeep and Puri Sandeep heading back to the clubhouse for three and six respectively. Mohana Marzook removed Joshua Dearing (0) and Johann Pierts (10) and, when Mohammed Zubair had Gary Higgle out for a duck, it was left to Brew to mop up the final four wickets with a devastating display. In reply, Brew was content to take a back seat, acting as anchorman to Pakistan Association opener Sada Hussain, who soon got his eye in and started punishing Singapore's attack. The victory target of 67 was passed in the 11th over for the loss of no wicket, with Hussain finishing on 39 not out and Brew on an unbeaten 13. Malaysia are next.