Tottenham Hotspur under-21s: McGee, McQueen, Ogilvie, Winks, Ball, Veljkovic (C), Sonupe, Onomah, Akindayini, Ceballos, Oduwa
Manchester United under-21s: Lindegaard, Janko, Evans, Vermijl, Thorpe (C), Pearson, A Pereira, Harrop, Wilson, Keane, Januzaj
Tottenham’s under-21 side need to bounce back from defeat to Sunderland in their last game as they host Manchester United this evening.
United’s incentive is that a win would take them to the top of division one ahead of Chelsea, who have looked impressive this season.
Louis van Gall has recently drafted some youngsters into the defence of his senior side and it shouldn’t be a surprise as the under-21 team have conceded just one goal this season.
Manchester United haven’t played since the 4-0 win against Sunderland on September 15 so they will be well rested and they should have several players looking to perform well and impress the first team boss.