As if one Tauti wasn't enough, CBRE Hong Kong Football Club will have to handle two when they come up against Synovate HKCC in the semi-finals of the Knockout Cup today. Pale Tauti will be joined by his younger brother Lee as HKCC meet the side who robbed them of all the silverware last season. It will make for an interesting clash but HKCC player-coach Colin Bisley insisted his team were still finding their feet. 'It is still pre-season for us. While we hope to get away with a win and build up momentum, we are still sorting ourselves out and will be using this game to look at our new players and where they fit in,' Bisley said. Lee Tauti is one player who has still not found his right place. Last week against Kowloon, he was out in the backs at centre, pairing off with Simon Hempel in midfield. But knowing the strengths of the Football Club forwards, Lee will start at blindside with Will Wong on the opposite flank and Simon Leung at No 8. Pale will be in the second row, and the presence of the two brothers will give HKCC a huge boost. But Bisley wants more. HKCC are presently negotiating with a lock from New Zealand - Ryan Shelford - and if it comes off, he will join Lee and flyhalf Josh Hamilton as the three non-resident players in the club. While one set of brothers will figure prominently, Football Club will be missing their siblings, scrumhalf Peter McKee and fullback Mike Mckee, who are both unavailable. Rob Naylor comes in at scrumhalf while Jamie Hood will move from wing to fullback. There will also be changes to the back row with newcomer Dan Watson making his debut at blindside, while Tim Edgar replaces Rory Hussey at openside. In the other semi-final, DeA Tigers will take on Valley at Happy Valley.