The broad shoulders of Jaap Derk Buma will carry the hopes of the Dutch Club as they bid to keep alive their dream of winning the Rabobank Holland Cup when they take on Pakistan A in the second semi-final at King's Park today. The Dutch striker will be a closely marked man as he bids to propel his club into next Sunday's finale. An intriguing day of action will begin with league champions Shaheen taking on Valley A in the other semi-final. 'We will not lack for motivation. We have never won the Holland Cup and it would be a nice way to finish our comeback season into the Premier League if we were able to win this tournament,' Buma said. But the Dutch will have their work cut out as they will be missing captain and influential midfielder Steven Zwaan and first-choice goalkeeper Michiel Muller. 'It is a big blow that Steven is missing. But we still have some depth and we have a 50-50 chance,' said Buma. Buma, an Olympic gold medallist with the Netherlands at the 2000 Sydney Games, hasn't been able to commit himself fully to the team - which re-entered the Premier League this term after a seven year absence. Last week, Buma scored one goal and helped create a couple more as the Dutch defeated Kowloon 5-2 in the quarter-finals. Shaheen, meanwhile, will be aiming for the double and will be at full strength. 'We want to win the double. Valley will be strong and, although we haven't lost to them this season, winning twice and drawing once, this is a cup game and it will be different. It will be anybody's game,' said central defender Farouk Saeed.