Tradition Valley are 80 minutes away from completing a fairytale season. Standing in their way of a 'treble' is CBRE Hong Kong Football Club who will be hoping to stop their runaway rivals in tonight's Grand Championship First Division final. A dominant Valley outfit have won the league title and the season-opening Knockout Cup. They have also won all the other small tournaments. Now they want to finish it all off with the big prize, and coach Brian Higgins is confident the champagne will be popping at King's Park. 'Our performances all season reflect our confidence. We have to be confident,' Higgins said. Football Club know how Valley will be feeling as they were in their shoes exactly a year ago, having swept everything before them. Club are a shadow of that side, but they will harbour hopes of salvaging a poor season by thwarting a Valley clean sweep. Club skipper and scrumhalf Peter McKee chose to play down his side's ambitions of pulling off an upset win. 'We are just going out to play our own game and not thinking about Valley or carrying any notions of pulling off an upset. We know how Valley feel, for we were in their position a year ago,' McKee said. Valley have made only one change to the side that defeated Synovate HKCC 37-8 in the semi-finals last week. Lock-forward James Stokes comes in for Renaud Chavanis, who will start on the bench. 'We are at full strength and our bench is very strong,' Higgins said. 'Our biggest concern is what we can bring to the game. We are not looking at our opponents, just ourselves.' Football Club have also taken this introspective approach. They need it more, especially if they are to go up a few gears after last week's stop-start 38-7 victory over Causeway Bay Rams. 'We are not really thinking about the end result, but rather how each of us perform individually. If we can do that, the result will take care of itself,' McKee said. McKee will pair off with flyhalf Jamie Hood, one of few positional changes in the backline. Angus Washington will return to the second row, while Steve Noland comes into the front row. Football Club will have to look back to the start of the season when they defeated Valley in the first round of the Knockout Cup for inspiration. Valley came back as lucky losers to win that tournament and set off a sequence of events which now sees them on the verge of an all-conquering season.