Leeds United under-18s: Peacock-Farrell, Taylor, Vann, Bennett, Pearce, Assenso, Berry, Lyman, Crouz, McDaid, Mulhern
Chelsea under-18s: Collins, Tomori, Aina, Clarke-Salter, Dasilva, Colkett (c), Musonda, Scott, Abraham, Solanke, Brown
Leeds United and Chelsea share one of the most traditional and historic rivalries in English football.
It may be a while before the senior sides of each club meet, but there’s a good chance to watch the youngsters at each club lock horns this evening in the FA Youth Cup.
Leeds have arguably the best academy setup in the country thanks largely to the role current first team head coach Neil Redfearn played before he left for the senior ranks.
Chelsea boss Joe Edwards believes he has some of the best attacking youngsters in English football and if they can handle the pressure this evening, they should have enough to get their team over the line.
Chelsea will be the slight favourites heading into the game but Leeds are always well supported wherever they play, at any level and this match won’t be any different.