The Hong Kong team will go to New Delhi for a friendly on October 2 despite the government issuing an amber warning against travel to India. The travel warning was issued after two attackers on a motorcycle opened fire on a tourist bus in the Indian capital on Sunday, injuring two Taiwanese members of a television crew. 'The match is still on at this stage but we will closely monitor the situation in India,' Hong Kong Football Association general secretary Vincent Yuen Man-chuen said yesterday. Hong Kong are hoping that a good result against India will boost their world ranking from the current 136. India are ranked 160th.