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Defensive problem - protect your setting trick

Recently in an expert team match I had the following defensive problem.

West
AK87532
Q73
64
K
North
104
KJ982
A73
862
W
N
E
S
 
1
1
X
P
2
2
P
P
3
P
5
P
P
P

Perhaps preempting would have worked better but you chose to bid 1 followed by 2.

You lead A and partner shows an even number. So you lead K and everyone follows. That went well so far!

You still have a promising setting trick in the form of K, but how to best protect it? What is your lead at trick 3?

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