Fukien will be out to even the score in game two of their A1 Division play-offs final series against South China at McPherson Stadium in Mongkok tomorrow night. Fukien did not lose a game on their way to the play-offs, but were well beaten on Monday night when defending champions South China won 70-61 in the opening game. A best-of-five play-offs series is being used for the first time by the Hong Kong Basketball Association (HKBA) to replace last season's round-robin format in a bid to attract more spectators. 'The result is encouraging and the fans like it. We are likely to use it again in future,' said Sam Ho, senior sports executive at the HKBA. Ho added that more fans are turning up for major local tournaments and expected a good attendance at the forthcoming Super Kung Sheung Cup to be held at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium and the Hong Kong Coliseum. The Cup is the biggest local tournament featuring seven overseas teams and the Hong Kong national side. Fukien's chances will be bolstered by the return of small forward Lui Chor-wai. The Hong Kong team player has fully recovered from an ankle injury and will be fit for tomorrow's game. His combination with 2.13 metre Sung Fong up front should pose plenty of problems for South China. Fukien point guard Yung Kam-wah was disappointed with their performance in the opening game and expects a better display from his teammates tomorrow. 'South China defended well in the first game, giving us little shooting opportunities. But with Lui back in action, we will have more options up front, which should be an advantage,' he said. 'The second match is very important because if we lose again, we will have a mountain to climb in the best-of-five final.'