SWITZERLAND have named an experienced squad for the Lunar New Year Carlsberg Cup in Hongkong at the end of the month. The Swiss, who lead their European qualifying group for the 1994 World Cup finals in the United States, have announced an 18-strong squad for the four-team tournament, which will take place at Mongkok Stadium on January 23 and January 26. Coach Roy Hodgson's party includes two of the most capped players in Swiss history - defenders Andre Egli and Alain Geiger. Egli, who plays for Servette, is 34 years old and has won 71 caps, while 32-year-old Geiger, from FC Sion, has 78 caps. Both players were in the side which beat Malta 3-0 in their most recent World Cup qualifier, a victory which gave them seven points from four games. They had earlier beaten Estonia 6-0 away and Scotland 3-1 at home and drawn 2-2 in Italy. Other established internationals are defenders Dominique Herr (26 caps) and Marc Hottiger (26), midfielders Thomas Bickel (33), Georges Bregy (36) and Christophe Bonvin (27) and strikers Alain Sutter (32) and Beat Sutter (59). Midfield general Bregy will be particularly keen to do well after missing out with Swiss side Young Boys last season. They were beaten by Hongkong on penalties in the semi-finals. Switzerland play recently crowned Asian champions Japan in the second semi-final, following the clash between holders and hosts Hongkong, represented by a League XI, and Denmark Under 21s. The Danes, whose senior team won the European Championship in Sweden last summer, have recorded a win, a draw and a loss in their past three matches - drawing 2-2 at home to the Commonwealth of Independent States, losing 2-1 in Poland and beating Ireland 3-2.