THE most prolific striker in Hongkong, Dale Tempest, is bearing down on the magic total of 100 goals. That's the personal scoring tally he has in his sights before the end of this, his fourth season in the territory. Tempest is just three goals short of his target and the Eastern marksman has a chance to take a step towards his century when the league champions take on Happy Valley in a league game at Mongkok Stadium tonight. He has five matches in which to achieve his personal milestone, including the Hongkong-Shanghai Interport in Shanghai on June 27. Tempest, who has already scored 22 goals this season, has tallied 97 goals since he first played for South China during the 1989-90 season. ''It's going to be difficult. There might be one or two against British Forces but it is going to be very tough in a Cup final,'' said the Englishman, referring to Sunday's FA Cup final against Ernest Borel. Eastern, who made up the bulk of players for the territory's disappointing World Cup campaign in Beirut and Seoul, have injury problems. Midfielder Tam Siu-wai and right back Lo Kai-wah picked up injuries in Seoul and will miss tonight's game. Midfielder Lee Wai-man will take up Tam's place in central midfield while Yeung Kin-keung will replace Lo at right-back. Meanwhile, former Hongkong giants Rangers have targeted forward Duncan Campbell, of Scottish Premier Division side Dundee, in their bid for honours next season. Club manager Philip Lee Fai-lap said Rangers' former boss Ian Petrie, who has been commissioned to find players, has been in contact with the 23-year-old, six-foot two-inch striker. ''Ian said that Campbell is keen to come to Hongkong. I will be travelling to Britain next month to sign up players.'' Petrie is also looking at 19-year-old midfielder John Walker, who he said is with Glasgow Rangers' third team. Rangers are also seeking a foreign goalkeeper and central defender to boost their hopes next season.