A depleted Hong Kong Football Club outfit will have to find a way to stop try-scoring machine Aaron Kimura at Sports Road today if they are to stand any chance of putting a spanner in HKCC/Aberdeen's march to the Securicor First Division title. Kimura has been superb form and has played a huge role in HKCC/Aberdeen's fortunes this season. The burly flyhalf has scored 14 tries this season and tops the try-scorers' list. Equally important has been his metronomic goal-kicking, which has punished opposing sides when they have conceded penalties within range. 'How to stop him is a good question. He is the key but we won't be worrying too much about their players, rather we have to concentrate on our own game. And we won't be conservative. It will be all out attack,' warned Football Club coach Rodney McIntosh. However, McIntosh admitted the task on hand would be huge. Club are missing a number of key players and will be up against a full-strength Aberdeen who are bristling with confidence. Club skipper and hooker Tom Cameron and fellow-World Cup Sevens hopeful, centre Warren Warner, will miss the game having picked up niggling injuries at the Darwin Sevens last weekend. Two more team members, No8 Paul Dingley and centre Nigel D'Acre are out of town. Hard-working prop Mick Russell is also missing leaving Club with gaping holes in both the forwards and backs. 'It is going to be tough. Our only consolation is that we have nothing to lose and we will be taking it to them,' added McIntosh. HKCC/Aberdeen have beefed up the team who thrashed PLA 54-17 last week with lock forward Jarrad Gallagher and fullback Paul Morehu returning. The rest of the squad have a solid and settled look about them. 'It's been a good week and we are in good shape. But we are not underestimating Club, and will expect a tough game,' said HKCC/Aberdeen coach Richard Cooke. Aberdeen's major worry has been their slow starts and their penchant for nodding off mid-match. Cooke hoped this would be rectified today. 'We have the tendency to get off to a slow start and then let sides back in again. I hope we can improve this aspect of our play.' Otherwise, Cooke has no complaints. With Kimura firing and receiving great service from scrumhalf Lee Myung-guen and support from centre Colin Bisley, Aberdeen's backline has looked dangerous and creative. A lot will depend on how effective Club's back-row of Duncan Lilley, Tim O'Connor and Steve Thomson are. If they can cut down Kimura's space and time to react, Club will stand a real chance of pulling off an upset victory.