City University (CityU) will clash with the Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) in the final of the Philips Universities/Colleges Football League (PCUFL) tomorrow. The championship game of the inaugural football competition will kick off at the Joint Sports Centre, Kowloon Tong. HKIEd will be seeking revenge for defeat at the hands of their rivals in the Hong Kong Post Secondary Colleges Athletic Association (HKPSCAA) final two weeks ago. CityU will be looking for their second piece of silverware this season after they beat HKIEd 3-1 to claim the HKPSCAA crown for the first time since 1991. Kenneth Kwok Kar-lok, the CityU captain, sees the PCUFL trophy as an opportunity to confirm that they are the true champions of university football in Hong Kong. 'Polytechnic won the past three university titles on penalty shootouts, but now we have it and we can go a step further by winning the PCUFL tournament as well,' said Kwok, who scored the only goal in the semi-final win over Baptist University. CityU winger Terry Yau Man-hon thinks the match will be a tighter affair than the last meeting because the teams will play 45-minute halves instead of the 35 minutes in the other inter-university competition. 'HKIEd have a high level of fitness and because of that they have an advantage towards the end of these longer matches,' said Yau. 'A lot of their players are studying in the physical education department, which means they are required to do hill running most days,' he said. 'They are very fit and it will be a 50-50 contest.' Another reason for CityU's optimism is the form of freshman striker Hui Hung-man, who has scored some crucial goals this season. 'He made an immediate impact as soon as he joined the team and has scored some wonderful goals,' said Kwok. HKIEd captain Yau Kam-chuen, a skilful midfielder, said his team intended to maintain their usual attacking style, with players overlapping on the wings, David Beckham style. 'We have two very good coaches and loads of team spirit and of course we want revenge for the result two weeks ago,' said Yau. Road to the final Group A Polytechnic University (PolyU) 8 Chu Hai 0; Chu Hai 0 CityU 3; CityU 3 PolyU 0 Group B Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) 0 Baptist University (HKBU) 2; Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) 1 CUHK 3; HKBU 1 IVE 0 Group C University of Hong Kong (HKU) 0 Shue Yan College 0; Shue Yan 0 HKU 2; Group D Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) 0 Lingnan University 2; HKIEd 3 HKUST 0; Lingnan 0 HKIEd 4 Semi-finals: CityU 1 HKBU 0; HKIEd 3 HKU 0 Final: tomorrow, 3 pm.