Forwards Nick Hewson and Lee Jones return to action for Hong Kong in their quest to wrap up the Asian Sevens Series title in Beijing this weekend. The pair missed the Asian Games two weeks ago because they did not have Hong Kong SAR passports. But with the rules more relaxed for the third and final leg of the Asian Sevens Series - the IRB requires a three-year residency - the Societe Generale Valley pair will be back. "Lee and Nick bring a lot of sevens experience to the side, but they are also guys who bring a lot of physicality and who protect the structure of the squad in the way we play. This kind of experience counts, especially when you are playing in the final leg of the series," said head coach Gareth Baber. They will replace Japan-based Mark Wright and the unavailable Kwok Ka-chun in the 12-strong squad. The rest of the squad remain the same from the Asian Games where Hong Kong won the silver medal. "Obviously there was a lot of emotion involved in our Asian Games performance, but now we are back and the focus is on what we need to do to get back to the semi-finals and finals in Beijing," Baber said. Having won the first two legs of the series at home and in Malaysia before the Incheon Games, the team are strongly positioned to win the Asian title, which they last held in 2012. Hong Kong have 24 points and are on top of the standings ahead of defending champions Japan and South Korea, both on 21 points. A third-place finish would be enough to bring home the main silverware. "Finishing as number one is massively important to us," said skipper Jamie Hood. "To send that message to the other teams in Asia with a 3-0 series victory would be awesome." Hong Kong are drawn with Singapore and Taiwan in their preliminary pool. The women's tournament will be played side-by-side with the men's competition, and Hong Kong will be hoping to make up for their Asian Games disappointment as they take on Kazakhstan, the team who beat them to the bronze medal in Incheon, as well as Sri Lanka and Singapore in the preliminaries. "Our aim is to reach the final," said skipper Royce Chan Leong-sze. "Although it was a disappointing Asian Games our confidence and morale was not affected and we are hoping to bounce back." The Hong Kong women also have a chance of being crowned Asian champions, having finished runners-up in the opening leg to China, who won the gold medal in Incheon. Women's coach Anna Richards has made four changes to the Incheon squad with veterans Colleen Tjsovold and Christine Gordon being called up, while Adrienne Garvey earns her second selection after making her debut at the IRB Women's Sevens World Series qualifiers last month. Also drafted in is Lee Tsz-ting who will make her debut. Men’s sevens squad Jamie Hood (captain) , Rowan Varty, Salom Yiu Kam-shing, Lee Jones, Nick Hewson, Tom McQueen, Alex McQueen, Cado Lee Ka-to, Max Woodward, Jack Capon, Michael Coverdale, Keith Robertson. Women’s sevens squad Royce Chan Leong-sze (captain) , Adrienne Garvey, Christy Cheng Ka-chi, Cheng Tsz-ting, Colleen Tjosvold, Kwong Sau-yan, Lee Tsz-ting, Christine Gordon, Aggie Poon Pak-yan, Rose Fong Siu-lan, Sham Wai-sum, Yuen Lok-yee.