Hong Kong face a daunting task in retaining a place in group two in the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone, with Indonesia fielding a full-strength squad for the relegation play-off in Jakarta starting on Friday. "Indonesia have included their top singles player Chris Rungkat, who won all three of his matches against us when we hosted them in this same event back in 2012," said Chris Lai, Hong Kong's non-playing Davis Cup captain. "They are 0-6 against us and they are the second seeds. It is going to be tough but we have nothing to lose." Rungkat had an ATP singles ranking of 241 last year but has struggled with injury over the last few months, resulting in a fall down the world rankings to 1.064. But this is still far better than any of the Hong Kong squad and Lai believes he will hold the key to the tie, which will feature two opening round singles on Friday, a doubles on Saturday and two reverse singles on Sunday. The odds are against us but Rungkat is not fully fit and is just making his comeback after injury, so hopefully his matches can go either way Chris Lai "The odds are against us but Rungkat is not fully fit and is just making his comeback after injury, so hopefully his matches can go either way," said Lai. The local squad will be spearheaded by Philip King but also included is Davis Cup debutant David Velesco who could play a key role as Hong Kong bid to stay in Group Two after being promoted from Group Three last year. The other members of the squad are Ogi Kolev and promising junior Wong Hong-kit. "David is a wild card but he will likely play a part in this tie. I have still not made up my mind as to who will play the second singles," said Lai. The official draw will take place on Thursday when both captains have to reveal their hands, at least for the opening singles. Hong Kong lost 4-1 to Thailand in February in the opening round. This tie was postponed from earlier this month due to elections in Jakarta.