Injury-hit Hong Kong will be missing winger Rowan Varty as they look to end their HSBC Asian Five Nations Top Five campaign in style against the United Arab Emirates at Hong Kong Football Club on Saturday. Varty, who badly damaged his shoulder against Sri Lanka, has been ruled out for three months. Winger Salom Yiu Kam-shing is also doubtful with a sore ankle also picked up in Colombo 11 days ago. The loss of Hong Kong's starting wingers will give the opportunity for Alex McQueen to begin his first game this season. McQueen has been impressive coming off the bench. The other area of major concern for national coach Dai Rees is in the forwards, with a question mark hanging over the fitness of top second-row pair Charles French and Oliver Jones. 'Charles and Ollie will undergo a medical examination later this week to assess their fitness and availability,' Rees said. He added that team selection would be finalised tomorrow. With away wins over Sri Lanka (48-3) and Kazakhstan (24-10), Hong Kong are well placed to finish the Top Five competition in second place behind runaway champions Japan. But Rees stressed all the focus in the build-up to the last game was on 'performance'. He said: 'A win on Saturday will complete a good season which started back in November preparing for the European Tour. 'Everyone has worked hard to increase the skill levels and intensity in all aspects of the game. 'This has shown in good away wins in Sri Lanka and Kazakhstan. The players must maintain this focus and the result will look after itself.' UAE will arrive shell-shocked after being thrashed 111-0 by Japan in Dubai last Saturday.