TSW Pegasus are hoping to continue their mastery of South China in cup competitions when the two sides meet in the Sheffield United FA Cup semi-finals at Mong Kok Stadium today. Despite winning the First Division, the Caroliners have lost to Pegasus twice in cups this season - the Senior Shield and League Cup - and the FA Cup remains their last hope of sweet revenge. Pegasus have already lifted the Senior Shield in their maiden season in the top flight and coach Ricardo Rambo said they had nothing to lose, especially against the number one side in Hong Kong. 'All the pressure is on them as they are the league champions and have made it to the last 16 in the AFC Cup. They cannot afford to lose to us again,' said Rambo. 'South China are always dangerous with their set pieces and we must avoid making silly mistakes when defending. But our boys are ready and we do not fear them.' Pegasus will be able to field almost the same team that defeated defending champions Citizen 3-2 in the quarter-finals. The only missing player will be midfielder Eugene Mbome, who was sent off for a second booking after scoring the winning goal in stoppage time. He will be replaced by youngster Yuen Kin-man. Meanwhile, Hong Kong suffered a 2-0 defeat to hosts Chongqing in their second match in the National Games qualification tournament yesterday. But Hong Kong still have a chance of making it to the main draw in Shandong in October if they can improve in the next two matches, according to coach Lo Kai-wah. 'All five teams in the group are very close and we may need to wait until the last match to see which two teams can go through,' said Lo.