Hong Kong’s men’s sevens rugby team has a historic opportunity before them . Win the Olympic qualifying tournament this weekend in Incheon, South Korea, and they will book a slot to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. So, here’s what you need to know heading into the monumental event. How can I watch it live? The Hong Kong Rugby Union and Asia Rugby will both have live links of the tournament on their Facebook pages. You can also check the SCMP’s sport page for an article that will have the live feed embedded as well. When does Hong Kong play? Captain's preview ahead of the Asia Rugby Sevens Qualifier 2019 Men #ARM7sQ #LETSGOHONGKONG pic.twitter.com/NcAAxVm41L — HKRU (@HongKongRugby) November 22, 2019 Hong Kong kick off their tournament on Saturday, November 23 at 12.44pm Incheon time, which is 11.44am Hong Kong time, against Malaysia, and then round out their group game that day with a tilt against Taiwan at 3.14pm. The final will take place on Sunday at 4.30pm Hong Kong time. What are Hong Kong’s chances? Very good. The team are favoured heading in as their main Asian rivals, Japan, have already qualified for the tournament as hosts. They will most likely play China, Sri Lanka or South Korea in the finals. View this post on Instagram Hong Kong Men’s Sevens squad named for the Olympic Qualifier in Incheon this weekend. #LETSGOHONGkONG #AR7sQ #rugby7s A post shared by Hong Kong Rugby (@hkrugby) on Nov 19, 2019 at 4:25am PST How has Hong Kong been playing lately? The squad finished second in this year’s Asia Rugby Sevens Series behind Japan. Both teams had 32 points but Japan won on a tiebreaker. Hong Kong lost to Japan 17-12 in the final leg of the series in Sri Lanka in late September. What happens if they win, and what happens if they lose? If they walk away winners, they will slot in as the second Asian seed for the Olympics, which will be scheduled from July 27-August 1 at Tokyo Stadium. However the winner will have it tough against hosts Japan, Fiji, the US, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina, Canada, Great Britain, Australia and Kenya. If they come second or third, they will qualify for a last-ditch repechage to be held sometime next year before the Olympics, which will feature some stiff competition.