The honeymoon has been put on hold for newly married Kwok Ka-chun as he gets ready for Hong Kong's push to protect their Asian crown this weekend at the India Sevens. Fireman Kwok missed the second leg a fortnight ago in Thailand as he was getting married, but he is focused on helping Hong Kong thwart Japan's bid to win back the Asia's number-one spot in Mumbai, the third leg of the HSBC Asian Sevens Series. "Kwok is looking sharp and is eager to get back into action. He is one of our most experienced players and is a good ball carrier and we will need him to do well," said Hong Kong Rugby Football Union's head of performance and sevens coach Dai Rees. "His commitment is huge, so much so he has even put his honeymoon on hold until after the series is over." Having lost both opening legs to Japan in the final - 14-10 in Malaysia, and then to a sudden-death try, 17-12, in Thailand - Hong Kong will need to win the remaining two legs in India and Singapore to given themselves a chance of retaining their crown. Rees was uncertain of what would happen if Japan and Hong Kong finished on the same number of points. "It would be nice to think we would retain the title as defending champions, but I really don't know what the rules are if two teams finish on equal points," Rees said. "What matters more is that we have to get into that position and our focus this weekend will be to get to the final and then address the Japan issue." Kwok is one of two changes Hong Kong have made for this crucial tournament. The other is Fijian-born Tomasi Lawa who had a problem with his visa preventing him from flying to Thailand a fortnight ago. He was replaced at the last minute by Josh Peters. "Tomasi is back. I made sure his passport had an Indian visa before handing it over to him," Rees said, with a laugh. "His presence will give us cover both in the forwards and at half-back." The rest of the squad captained by Jamie Hood comprises Rowan Varty, Tom and Alex McQueen, Salom Yiu Kam-shing, Ben Rimene, Nick Hewson, Lee Jones and Raef Morrison. Hong Kong, who leave today for Mumbai, meet China and Malaysia in the preliminary pool.