Lee Wai-lim admits he is feeling the pressure of playing for Hong Kong on home soil for the first time, but the NTR WoFoo Tai Po striker has promised to give his all in this afternoon's interport against Guangdong at Mong Kok Stadium. Hong Kong lost 3-1 in the first leg of the interport a week ago, so the home team will be focused on scoring goals. 'I can feel the pressure as this is my first interport and the first time I will be playing in front of home fans as a member of the Hong Kong team,' Lee said. 'We have to beat Guangdong by more than two goals and I promise to play my part. Victory would set us up nicely for the Asian Cup qualifiers later this month.' Lee (pictured), who joined Tai Po when they were in the third division, caught the attention of the selectors after playing a prominent role for his club, who are now lying fourth in the first division. Lee, 27, made his mark when he was given the opportunity in the second half against Guangdong a week ago. His speed on the right flank caused Guangdong trouble and has won him a starting role for today's game. 'I had a fairly good game against Guangdong, probably because they didn't know much about me,' said Lee. 'I am sure it will be much more difficult [today]. 'Guangdong are a young side with good speed. We have to play our best and also need the support of the fans if we want to beat them and win the trophy for the third consecutive year.' Hong Kong coach Dejan Antonic has made two other changes to the side with South China's Chan Wai-ho moving to central defence to fill in for captain Cristiano Cordeiro, who suffered stomach problems after the first leg in Guangzhou. Antonic is hopeful his side can make up the two-goal deficit. 'We created so many chances in the first leg,' he said. 'This kind of match is so much more demanding than domestic games which explains why we were punished for our mistakes in the first leg. Two of Guangdong's goals should never have been.' Guangdong coach Cao Yang admitted Hong Kong were the better side in terms of skills and experience. 'We were able to walk away with three goals because they did not know much about us,' said Cao. 'Hong Kong will definitely be more aggressive on their home ground and we will have to be on our guard.'