It is win or bust for Hong Kong against Macau at King's Park today, as the local team attempt to reach Sunday's bronze medal play-offs. 'This has been our target all along,' said Hong Kong's attacking midfielder Arif Ali. 'We knew we had to beat Macau in the preliminary round to enter the medal match, and then on the day, anything can happen.' Arif, one of the four Ali brothers on the team, is the only goal-scorer for Hong Kong so far in the five-team men's event. His lone goal was not enough to stem the tide against China, who won 6-1. Hong Kong also lost 6-0 to Japan to remain winless. After today, Hong Kong will have one more group game against South Korea. 'But all our focus right now is on Macau. We know we can beat them and the guys can't wait to get on the field,' Arif said. The last time the two sides met, in the interport in August, it ended in 2-2. And despite the home advantage, Hong Kong team manager Billy Dillon warned it will not be easy. 'We can't take anything for granted,' Dillon said. 'It is a big game. If we win, we are in with a shout of winning a bronze medal, and that will be a huge result for the local game.' While Japan, South Korea and China comprise full-time professionals, Hong Kong's part-timers have struggled, especially late in the second half when most of the goals have been scored against them. 'We have the skill, but we sorely lack fitness and our concentration slips towards the end. This is something we must address,' Dillon said. Hong Kong held China scoreless for the first 50 minutes on Monday, before conceding six goals in the last 20 minutes - five on penalty corners. 'They had seven short corners and they scored from five of them,' Arif said. 'We were a bit unlucky. It was the same against Japan, we held them scoreless for a long period, before they scored a disputed goal which saw our heads fall. 'We pressed forward after conceding that goal and they caught us on the counter-attack. We lost our structure and discipline after that.' The Hong Kong women's team held Taiwan to a 1-1 draw yesterday. A goal from Cheung Ka-po saw the home team take a 1-0 lead at half-time. Hong Kong had lost earlier to Japan (8-0) and China (7-0).