HONG KONG'S closely knit Asian Games squad could be fighting amongst each other by the time the Hiroshima event ends on October 16 says tenpin bowling coach Eric Jang. Jang was referring to the jammed quarters allocated to the 140-odd Hong Kong contingent at the Games athletes' village. With only 22 rooms and one shower and toilet for every eight athletes, Jang reckons it might get just a little too close for comfort. 'You can't put human beings so close together for two weeks and expect them to come out smiling,' said Jang. 'I'm sure by the time the Games end, I wouldn't be surprised if they start arguing with each other.' Hong Kong have been given three floors in the athletes' village and conditions are set to get more crowded when the 70-odd remaining athletes and officials arrive today to join those already settled in. But Jang acknowledges that the team are not there to enjoy the comforts, or lack of, in Hiroshima. 'It's the same for all the countries here,' he said. 'We have come here to compete, not to enjoy a luxurious lifestyle.' The territory's bowling squad have been tipped for medals at Hiroshima and will have their official practice session on Tuesday. Lam Chun-hoi, the male bowler who injured his leg in an industrial accident last month, arrived with the team on Wednesday. His fellow bowler, Franco Lau, said Lam is able to play, although only coming off crutches a few days ago. 'He can play but his form is only about 80 per cent,' said Lau. 'But he is important to the side as we can't afford to lose any players.' Lam's presence means Hong Kong's six male bowlers can field two triples teams and three doubles teams, enhancing their medal options.