Coach Chu Ka-chun is hoping to steer his team to a Nike Youth Basketball League title for the second successive year. Last year, Chu was in charge of Team Air Hawk who dominated their age category, using clever tactical play to outwit their opponents. This time, he is leading Team Force, who are battling for a place in this weekend's championship match at the Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. On Wednesday, Team Force, led by the talented Lo Yi-ting, battled back to defeat coach Lui Chor-wai's Team Air Hawk 74-63 in the first leg of the semi-finals. Speaking ahead of last night's second leg, Chu said he was confident the boys could win and book a place in the final. 'The boys have done everything I have asked of them,' he said. 'We are two well-matched teams, so it will be tight, but I'm sure we will do it. 'If Lo Yi-ting plays his best, we will be very hard to beat. He has excellent all-round ability and can make a big difference with his performance.' Team Force have won five of their seven games in the tournament. The two losses came when Yi-ting was injured and could not play. Chu said he would give a chance to some of the bench players if they reached the final. 'It will be an exciting time for everyone, and they all deserve a chance to experience a big match. I can only show them the tactics and they must execute what I say. Our plan will be to speed up the tempo,' he added. In the other semi-final, coach Li Kim-ming's Team Flight surrendered their six-match unbeaten record when they lost to coach On Hing-kin's Team Foamposite 82-73 in the first leg. But with stand-outs Chan Yik-lun and Au Kei-ming in action, Team Flight were expected to record an aggregate victory. Title matches in three categories will be held tomorrow (from 5.30pm) and Sunday (from 11.30am). Admission is free.