ENGLISH Premier Leaguers Tottenham and Arsenal are unlikely to send their current crop of England stars to the territory for a double-header on May 20 if the English Football Association goes ahead with plans to re-stage the international clash against the Republic of Ireland on May 22. The English FA are pushing ahead with arrangements for the re-match after rioting England fans caused the abandonment of the original game in Dublin last month. And that could rule out Hong Kong visits for three England internationals from Arsenal and two from their north London rivals. Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman, club captain Tony Adams and striker Ian Wright are all part of England manager Terry Venables' squad. Spurs have two current England internationals in strikers Darren Anderton and Teddy Sheringham, while attacking midfielder Nick Barmby, defender Sol Campbell and goalkeeper Ian Walker were all drafted into England's squad for the fateful match in Dublin. Spurs are scheduled to take on a combined Eastern-Kitchee side, while Arsenal will play an Asian select which is likely to be a team from Guangzhou. Both matches are set for the Hong Kong Stadium. Kitchee chairman Ken Ng said it would be out of his hands if the clubs had to leave their stars at home. But Ng added: 'I don't think the English FA will fix the date of the England-Ireland match for May 22 because it would be too close to the English FA Cup final on May 20.' Meanwhile, Italian giants AC Milan will visit the territory for a match against South China in June. South China football team chairman Roger Lau Kwan-ming said that Milan had accepted an offer from the Caroliners to play an exhibition match on June 7 or 8. Lau added the details of the contract would be finalised in two weeks' time. 'We are going to reserve the Hong Kong Stadium this week,' said Lau. 'But we don't know whether the Urban Council will close the Hong Kong Stadium in June.' Lau said Milan would bring a full-strength squad although Croatian national midfielder Zvonimir Boban will be missing as he is involved in a European Championship qualifier against Ukraine.