A spirited Hong Kong team are gunning for another successful run when they meet Uzbekistan in group E in Guangzhou tonight. Having rallied to a 1-1 draw with the United Arab Emirates in their opening match, Hong Kong will be happy for another draw against the former Soviet state, widely considered the strongest side of the group, which includes Bangladesh. 'If we can get another point from Uzbekistan, we stand a good chance of making it to the round of 16 with Bangladesh to play in the final group match,' coach Tsang Wai-chung said. 'The team spirit is high at the moment and although there are some injuries, they all want to get onto the field and fight.' The three senior players, captain Chan Wai-ho, rightback Lee Chi-ho and midfielder Lo Kwan-yee, have minor bruises, but all are likely to start tonight at Huadu Stadium. 'Lo did not train today but it is not a big problem. He only wanted to get more rest to get himself ready for today's match,' the coach said. Chan Man-fai, who scored the equaliser against the UAE, may again start on the bench. 'Chan has a slight muscle problem ... He may come on the field as a substitute,' Tsang said. Tsang said they had done their homework and had plans. 'They work better as a team than the UAE when attacking but lack speed.'