INFLUENTIAL fly-half Vaughan Going is expected to be fit to lead Hong Kong's back-line as the territory aim to win the second and final international against Taiwan today at Happy Valley. Going injured his left foot in a club match two weeks ago and was in pain when he played against Taiwan in Tuesday's first international, which Hong Kong won 70-0. However, Going, who played for New Zealand provincial side Waikato before coming to Hong Kong, aggravated the injury on Tuesday and had an X-ray yesterday. Going's back-line marshalling and tactical kicking is crucial to national coach George Simpkin, who may change Hong Kong's style of play if the fly-half is not fit. Should Going be unavailable, Simpkin is expected to bring in Club's Adam Adair, who came on six minutes before the end of Tuesday's match at Hammer Hill Stadium. Simpkin is hoping that Hong Kong can make things happen for themselves against Taiwan, who suffered their second defeat on Thursday when they lost 35-28 against the territory's Developing Players. The coach felt the territory relied too much on Taiwan's errors in the first game, rather than creating their own chances. Number eight and captain Stuart Krohn is the only forward who had played at international level for Hong Kong and saw his pack totally overwhelm a Taiwan side missing three key forwards. Said Simpkin: ''There were seven forwards who played for Hong Kong for the first time and I want them to try and consolidate their positions in the Hong Kong side.'' He said he was impressed by Club's Will Wilde, who turned out for the Developing Players on Thursday and could play a part in Simpkin's future plans. Taiwan will be desperate to restore some credibility after their two defeats. Four players were missing from the side that lost to Hong Kong by 11 tries on Tuesday because of visa problems. While Taiwan's play improved significantly against the Developing Players, they gave away unnecessary points via seven penalties, cancelling out their four tries. Pan Qianlin, representing the South China Agricultural University's women's side, became the first mainland Chinese player to score a try on foreign soil yesterday. Pan touched down in the first half as her team from Guangdong defeated Hong Kong's French International 25-5 in a seven-a-side match at Happy Valley last night. The University's men's team make their debut outside China today when they meet a Development Clubs team, made up of players from Hong Kong's Chinese clubs. Probable Hong Kong side: Justin Weston, Ashley Billington, Isi Tu'ivai, Craig Pain, Jeremy Smith, Vaughan Going, Tim Leach, Stuart Krohn, Tony Harker, Iain Sterling-Stainsby, Grant Jamieson, Neil Alton, Chris North, Andy Fields, Tom Marks or Tobias Bland.