HONG KONG will have to knuckle down and get on with the job for the second leg of the Hong Kong-Guangdong Cup this afternoon at Mongkok Stadium after being forced to accept last week's 2-0 first leg defeat in Guangzhou despite Guangdong fielding too many foreign players. Hong Kong discovered that Guangdong had used four foreign players during the match - one more than the maximum permitted - even though only three were on the pitch at any time. Both parties, however, agreed that a clearer definition of the use of foreign players would have to be decided before next year's tournament. Hong Kong coaches Koo Kuam Khen and Chan Kwok-hung have adopted an attacking policy hoping to reverse the territory's first leg deficit. The Hong Kong squad has undergone changes, most notably big central defender Roddy Manley becoming an absentee. Manley fell out with the squad's management and withdrew from the squad feeling the management had been unfair in blaming him for their earlier defeat. Koo and Chan have decided to adopt a three-pronged forward line consisting of Graham Harvey, Au Wai-lun and Tim Bredbury although either Au or Bredbury may be called back into midfield joining Lee Kin-wo, Tam Siu-wai and Dave Clarkson, a new addition to the line-up. Clarkson steps in after missing the first leg and replaces the injured Lo Kai-wai. The defence will be weakened by the presence of six-foot plus Manley and Eastern's Chan Chi-keung will have the big task of trying to mark out Guangdong's Wang Tao, whose height caused more than a few problems last week. South China's Yau Kin-wai, Eastern's Lee Wai-man and Frankwell's Ng Chun-chung complete the Hong Kong defence. Probable lineups Hong Kong (5-3-3): Werner Kooistra; Lee Wai-man, Chan Chi-keung, Yau Kin-wai, Ng Chun-chung; Lee Kin-wo, David Clarkson, Tam Siu-wai; Graham Harvey, Au Wai-lun, Tim Bredbury. Guangdong (4-4-2): Ou Chuliang; Xie Yuxin, Yiao Debiao, Peng Changying, Xu Hong; Chi Minghua, Peng Weiguo, Mai Chao, Fan Zhiyi; Wang Tao, Lu Jianjun.