Arsenal Under-19s: Keto, Johnson, O’Connor, Pleguezuelo, Moore, Maitland-Niles, Zelalem, Iwobi, Crowley, Willock, Mavididi
Subs: House, Dobson, Chatzitheodoridis, Smith, Sheaf, Robinson, Eyoma
Arsenal host Borussia Dortmund, hoping to move three points clear into the second qualification place for the knock-out stages of the UEFA Youth League. A victory over bottom-placed Dortmund will see the Gunners register their third victory from five games to move on to nine points, three clear of Turkish side Galatasaray.
Anderlecht lead the group, with nine points, although they were defeating Galatasaray 2-0 yesterday evening before the game was suspended. It has yet to be revealed whether the result will stand or the game will be replayed, but the North Londonders will be keen to put themselves in with a chance of claiming top spot when the group stage concludes at the beginning of December. A win would place qualification in their own hands, with the Gunners facing Galatasaray as their last group game, although - should the Turks claim victory against Anderlecht in a replayed game - the North Londoners will have to defeat them in Turkey.
The first game against the German’s ended 2-0 in Arsenal’s favour, with England youth international Kaylen Hinds scoring both goals in the first-half. The Gunners have also been aided by the form of senior debutant Gedion Zelalem and 17-year-old striker Daniel Crowley - who is competition joint-top scorer, with five goals in four games.