South China are hoping for a repeat of December's seven-goal spree against Convoy Sun Hei as they seek to wrap up the Coolpoint Ventilation First Division title at Mong Kok Stadium today. A 1-0 defeat by Kitchee last Sunday had forced South China to put their celebrations on ice, but they need only a draw against Sun Hei today to win their third consecutive league title, and 39th in club history. The Caroliners lead second-placed Kitchee by five points and with both clubs having two matches left in the campaign, a single point against Sun Hei, who they whipped 7-0 in December, will be good enough for them to complete their mission. South China team manager Kim Pan-Gon, however, said they would not settle for a draw and were out to claim maximum points. 'We always do our best every time we play and we won't go for a draw,' stressed Kim (pictured). 'We tried not to do that against Kitchee and it will not happen against Sun Hei. We want to win the title in style.' Brazilian striker Detinho will be out to display his goal-scoring prowess as he replaces suspended compatriot Caca. Detinho struck four times against Sun Hei in December. Sun Hei won't be making it easy for South China, though. They have promised to field their strongest squad with the suspended midfielder Wilfed Bamnjo their only notable absentee. 'South China may only need a draw, but this is not our concern. We want to claim all three points,' said coach Yan Lik-kin.