Hong Kong Football Club's task of beating DeA Tigers for the first time this season has got a lot harder with powerhouse forwards Paul Dingley and Vatche Mundigian carrying injuries and in a race to get fit before Saturday's Grand Championship final. As if worries over No 8 Dingley and loosehead prop Mundigian were not enough, CBRE Club coach Rodney McIntosh's headaches were compounded by uncertainty surrounding the availability of centre Warren Warner, who has been cited for foul play by Aberdeen. His case will be heard this week. 'There are a few worries. PD [Dingley] and Vatche are under an injury cloud. PD has a bad shoulder, while Vatche is struggling with his lower back. Then there is the issue over Warren. I hope these problems will be solved by Saturday and we can field a full-strength team,'' said McIntosh yesterday. Club will meet DeA Tigers in the title-deciding encounter at King's Park on Saturday (6pm). It will be the fourth time the two sides meet this season and the stakes are the highest. DeA have denied Club the ADICS trophy and the League title. Now can they wrap it up by winning the Grand Championship? 'We are the underdogs if the results between the two sides this season are taken into account. After all they have beaten us three times. They are a quality side with a good set of forwards and excellent backs. Our best asset is that we have nothing to lose. The pressure will be all on them,'' McIntosh pointed out. McIntosh is preparing to meet fire with fire. He promised that DeA's power-packed backline - the likes of Logan Kirisome, Fred Moe, Johnny Zhang Zhiqiang and Andrew Chambers - will also have to concentrate on defence. 'We are going to attack them. The plan will be to go out and enjoy. If we take an early lead, we will not sit back and defend it but rather just keep on attacking.' Warner's presence would boost Club in midfield. They will miss Nigel D'Acre through injury but have sufficient firepower and depth in the backs. Luciano Afeaki and Warrick Dent filled in admirably in midfield against Valley last Saturday. Dent, normally a fullback, clinched victory for Club by scoring the only try of the match to break a 9-9 deadlock. 'He [Dent] is a thinking player and will be a key to our success. If we play to our potential, we will be competitive,'' said McIntosh. 'If we play well and lose, it won't be so hard to swallow,'' the coach added. But a champion outfit can play badly and still win. That would definitely be better. But McIntosh wants to crown his first season as Club coach on a high and stylish note. Play well and win well, that will be his message to his players come Saturday.