THE territory will have to find their feet quickly if Fiji are to be tested in today's Foster's rugby union Test at the Aberdeen Stadium. The two-month summer break will make it that much harder for Hong Kong to recover their touch, and Fiji will be in no mood to be accommodating. The visitors are on a mission - to show the world they can play 15-a-side rugby as well as they play the sevens version. Hong Kong captain Roger Patterson admitted summer blues and the lack of match fitness would be the first two obstacles for the territory. 'Our preparation for this has been low-key. We have trained for a month and have had one practice match,' said Patterson. Coming up against the physical Fijians will certainly not be the most welcome way to greet the 1996-97 international season. The territory's main aim is to win the Asian Rugby Football Championships, to be held in Taipei in early November. The two Fiji Tests - the second one is next Saturday at the Hong Kong Stadium - are being used as a warm-up for Taipei. Hong Kong have made one positional change in the forwards, with Stuart Krohn moving to No. 8 and Neil Alton coming in at lock. In the backs, former Hong Kong winger Chris Jones will get his first run since returning to the territory this summer. Krohn, who played the entire Pacific Rim Championship in the second row, will certainly make the most of the opportunity to play in the position which used to be his preserve - before the arrival of Duane Davis, a devout Mormon who does not play on Sundays. Fiji will be a tougher proposition than Pacific Rim Championship winners Canada, Hong Kong's last Test opponents. The Pacific Islanders are still flush with confidence after their encouraging tours of South Africa and New Zealand. And they look like Test players of quality. The remarkable turnaround is largely owing to the presence of former All Black Brad Johnstone, who has been coaching Fiji for the past six months. Johnstone has instilled a regime which has sparked new life into one of the world's most inventive sides. Johnstone's emphasis has been mainly on forward play, which with their traditional liking for running and handling makes Fiji dangerous. Today, 10 of those who played in the team which lost 43-18 to South Africa will be on display. And watch out for teenaged fly-half Nick Little - the nephew of All Black centre Walter Little. TEAMS Hong Kong: 1-Rob Grindlay, 2-Alan Clark, 3-Dave Lewis, 4-Roger Patterson (captain), 5-Neil Alton, 6-John Dingley, 7-Rick Shuttleworth, 8-Stuart Krohn, 9-Murray John Wilson, 10-Vaughan Going, 11-Ashley Billington, 12-Warren Warner, 13-Rob Santos, 14-Chris Jones, 15-Rick Muik. Fiji: 1-Joeli Veitayaki (captain), 2-Greg Smith, 3-Mosese Taga, 4-Satala Nagicu, 5-Emori Katalau, 6-Tom Tamanivalu, 7-Apisai Naevo, 8-Daniel Rouse, 9-Jason McClennan, 10-Nick Little, 11-Manasa Bari, 12-Lawrence Little, 13-Alfred Uluinayau, 14-Aisea Tuilevu, 15-Filipe Rayasi.