The day of redemption has dawned for First Division league champions-in-waiting CBRE Club, who travel to Aderdeen Stadium for a lip-smacking clash with Synovate HKCC. Football Club were beaten 15-10 by HKCC the last time they met, in the second round. That this result was overturned later due to HKCC unknowingly fielding Pale Tauti as a resident player is beside the point. What matters to the Sports Road outfit is they lost - their only defeat this season - and it's time for revenge. 'This is our game of redemption,' Club skipper Nigel D'Acre said. 'It is most important we get the win.' It is equally, if not more important, for HKCC that they win too. After once having challenged Club for league honours and kept afloat hopes of defending their title, HKCC has in recent weeks gone off the boil. The faux pas over Pale, player-of-the-year last season, resulted in HKCC being docked eight points (the result against Valley was also overturned). And things have got worse as they have lost their last two games against DeA Tigers and inProjects Kowloon (36-22 last weekend). 'We are in a rut and we must get out of it for we are in real danger of missing out on the Grand Championship,' said HKCC player-coach Colin Bisley yesterday. 'The guys are just lacking enthusiasm at the moment.' With only four teams making it to the season-ending Grand Championship, HKCC find themselves trailing Kowloon and DeA Tigers in the standings. A defeat to Football Club today would make things worse. 'We have a lot to play for,' Bisley said. 'And there is no need for motivation when we face Club.' According to Bisley, HKCC will reshuffle their forward pack and welcome Simon Hempel back from injury into the three-quarter line. Club's strength this season has been their consistency. The forwards have been awesome in the set-pieces and at the breakdown, resulting in plenty of good ball for an exciting set of backs who have shown they're not afraid to run with the ball. The combined firepower has proven to be too much for the rest of the opposition. But not willing to sit back and exult in their dominance, Club are looking to improve and have drafted in Australian back-rower Nathan Johnson. The only change in the backs is the return of winger Dan Parr.