Hong Kong's First Division teams will be looking to shake off the rust after the Christmas and New Year holidays when they return to Zurich Major League action today. League leaders CBRE Club will be hoping to extend their two-point lead at the top of the division when they take on Descartes Kowloon at home. Asahi Valley face Synovate Aberdeen at Happy Valley, while the other match is between DeA Tigers and PLA at King's Park. Competition is certainly hotting up towards the Grand Championship finale scheduled for the end of next month and although Club are favourites to beat Kowloon, Club captain Tom Cameron expects a tough task against their opponents in today's top match. Cameron said: 'It's been a long break and most of the boys are back. Kowloon have a strong forward and back line and we cannot underestimate them. We played them once this season and we beat them, but it's always tough against them. It's always a physical battle.' Kowloon, fourth in the league, will also be out to prove that they, too, have a chance at the Grand Championship, having garnered 12 points from five matches. 'We have one or two injuries, with [prop] Mick Russell making himself unavailable for the game because of injury,' said Cameron of his main injury concern. Asahi Valley should claim maximum points off Aberdeen, while it will be interesting to see how PLA fare against DeA Tigers after their inspiring performance at the end of last year when they lost to Club by just one point, 32-31.