Injury-hit Hong Kong will be forced to rearrange their line-up for the international friendly against India at Hong Kong Stadium tomorrow. Two regulars - South China's Chan Wai-ho, who hurt his neck in Sunday's 2-1 win over Citizen, and Gao Wen of Kitchee, who has a swollen ankle - have been ruled out, while Citizen's Xu Dashuai and Chan Siu-ki of South China also picked up niggling injuries in Sunday's match and are doubtful. 'I had planned to try some new formations against India before the injury problems, but now I have to reconsider my plans in the light of who is available,' said coach Dejan Antonic after yesterday's training session. 'We only have a very small squad and the injuries will definitely affect us. But we have to deal with it and I trust whoever goes out to play [tomorrow] will try his best.' A 20-member squad will be named today for the match against India, but there will be changes for the Asian Cup qualifiers which start next week. Hong Kong will host Bahrain on January 21 before travelling to Yemen the following week. The remaining matches, which will also involve Japan, will not take place until later this year. Hong Kong badly need a home victory against Bahrain to boost their hopes and Hong Kong Football Association chairman Brian Leung Hung-tak said yesterday officials would offer a HK$400,000 win bonus. Meanwhile, South China were drawn against VB of Maldives, Malaysian side Johor FC and an Asian Champions League play-off losing side in group F at yesterday's AFC Cup draw. In group G, Eastern will meet Hanoi ACB of Vietnam, Chonburi FC of Thailand and Malaysian treble champions Kedah. The group stage starts on March 10.