With just two events left on the 2013 LET schedule, both South Africans will be seeking a strong performance in India.
Bregman is ranked 50th on the moneylist after 15 events with earnings of Euro 39,407, and is still a long way off 36th place, which was the mark she reached last year in her best season since turning professional in 2007.
Chen, playing in her third full season, has earned Euro 17,513 in 17 starts and sits at 86th in the rankings, still 13 spots away from her best ranking she achieved in 2012.
The 54-hole tournament will be contested at the narrow, tree-lined course that puts a premium on accuracy.
Chen and Bregman will join the field of 108 players competing for the win.
South Africa’s two top ranked players Lee-Anne Pace and Ashleigh Simon, alongside LPGA rookie Paula Reto are on their way to the US to compete in the final stage of the LPGA Qualifying School.
The South African trio will begin golf’s most gruelling test on December 4.