Hong Kong's national team face a tough test tonight when they play leading Dutch First Division side PSV Eindhoven in the NIKE Challenge Cup at the Hong Kong Stadium. It is the second competition for the local side before their World Cup qualifier against Asian giants South Korea on February 22 at the Stadium. Hong Kong lost 4-2 to Guangdong in the two-leg Guangdong-Hong Kong Interport Cup earlier this month. Tonight's match promises to be a stern test for the territory. The Dutch side boast eight current internationals, including Yugoslav midfielder Zeljko Petrovic, Dutch defender Jakob Stam, Romanian defender Ovidiu Stinga, Dutch midfielders Arthur Numan, Philip Cocu and Wim Jonk. With last season's Dutch league top scorer Luc Nilis and his Belgian national teammate Marc Degryse, Hong Kong defenders should find themselves extremely busy tonight. National head coach Kwok Ka-ming has pencilled in his lineup after their training yesterday. Instant-Dict goalkeeper Chung Ho-yin, who missed the return-leg of the Interport because of a shoulder injury, is set to make his return. The five defenders will be veterans Ku Kam-fai (South China) and Cheung Chi-tak (Instan-Dict), Chan Chi-keung (Sing Tao), Sammy Wong Wai-tak (Instant-Dict) and Chan Wai-chiu (South China). Former Hong Kong Footballer of the Year Tam Siu-wai will join the Caroliners' Lee Kin-wo and Shum Kwok-pui in the midfield. The local side will be spearheaded by South China's Au Wai-lun and Tim Bredbury of the Dickies. 'The result of the match is not important to us,' said Kwok. 'We are aiming to learn from our opponents, both the skills and the discipline on the field.' Meanwhile, the Hong Kong Football Association professional football committee has suggested the local league retain the promotion and demotion format, despite the fact that the number of First Division teams have been cut from 10 to seven this season. The two bottom senior sides at the end of this season will be demoted while the top two Second Division clubs will be promoted, according to the committee. However, the committee has also suggested expanding the elite league to eight teams next season. This can be done either by retaining one of the demoted sides or inviting another team to join the league. The committee's proposals will be discussed by the HKFA council.