Kitchee boss Ken Ng Kin has promised fans a spectacle of top-class soccer in their top-of-the-table clash with unbeaten South China in the BMA First Division at Hong Kong Stadium today. Club president Ng said he was not too concerned about the result so early in the season, but said he hoped fans would flock to the stadium to watch the match. 'South China enjoyed a good run in the AFC Cup against overseas clubs with huge support from the fans,' said Ng yesterday. 'But I can assure them if they come, they can be treated to the same level of football in a domestic match.' The Caroliners have won their three league matches this season, but were totally outclassed by Kitchee in the pre-season Community Shield. 'South China's success in the AFC Cup has rekindled hopes of a revitalisation of Hong Kong football and we can help it on its way. It is always a top attraction when the two teams meet and they won't let the fans down.' More than 7,000 fans watched the two sides when they met in a league title decider at Mong Kok Stadium three seasons ago. It is hoped a similar crowd will attend today after 38,000 supporters turned up at Hong Kong Stadium to watch South China play Kuwait Sports Club in the AFC Cup semi-final last week. Kitchee midfield powerhouse Lam Ka-wai said he would try to use the match to prove he was worthy of a place in the Hong Kong training squad for next month's Asian Cup qualifiers against Japan after missing selection this week. 'We always want to do well against South China and tomorrow will be no exception.'