HONG KONG skipper Lee Kin-wo expects tomorrow's first leg of the Hong Kong-Guangdong Interport Cup to be a whole new experience for him and the team with key expatriate players missing from this year's lineup. Lee, who arrived in Guangzhou yesterday as part of an 18-strong squad for the New Year's Day clash, believes the first-leg battle will be won on the ground and not in the air. 'With my clubmates Dale Tempest, Ross Greer and Tim O'Shea either injured or not selected, it will be more difficult to win the ball in the air. In the past, we have been very strong in this area,' said Lee. 'Although we may not be as strong as before, it doesn't mean Guangdong have an advantage. We just have to work a little harder and I'm sure we can do it. We are fit and ready for the challenge.