Hong Kong will make two changes to the starting lineup for the second match in the HSBC Asian Five Nations against Kazakhstan with Andrew Wong Kee and Kris Marin being called up. The changes, one each in the backs (Wong Kee) and forwards (Marin), are expected to strengthen the home team which will confront a physical Kazakhstan challenge at the Hong Kong Football Club on Saturday (kick-off 4pm). 'We believe Kazakhstan will be a big and physical side. While I don't like to chop and change too much, we will be bringing in Wong Kee (pictured, top) and Marin (pictured, bottom) who were unavailable for the first game,' head coach John Walters revealed yesterday. Having got off to the ideal start by beating the Arabian Gulf 20-12 in Al Ain last Saturday, it will be imperative for Hong Kong to keep the momentum going with another victory over little-known Kazakhstan. For the second successive week, Hong Kong will be missing their captain and vice-captain, No.8 Semi Iafeta and fullback Colin Bisley respectively, as they are still recovering from injuries. 'We could probably play Colin if we wanted to on Saturday, but at this stage we have decided not to risk him. Semi is also coming along well and, hopefully both will be ready for the second half of the campaign against Japan and South Korea,' Walters said. According to Walters, the fate of the match is likely to be decided in the forwards. 'They will be strong in the set-pieces, but we back our own set piece to match them. However, we will have to tighten up our contact stuff,' Walters added. Arabian Gulf forwards coach Steve Holohan has already warned Hong Kong will be up against it when they meet Kazakhstan. 'I think Hong Kong will struggle. The last time we played them [Kazakhstan], they put 50 points on us,' Holohan said after last Saturday's opening game. But Walters remained confident. He said: 'Our biggest problem is to get the guys up for their second game in such a short time. It is tough when you play week after week. We have been working so long and so hard and all the travel, the jet-lag and the nights away from home take a toll. But we will crank it up this weekend.' In the other game this weekend, Arabian Gulf travel to Osaka to play Japan. The John Kirwan-coached Japanese currently lead the standings with six points followed by Hong Kong on five.