Chelsea’s Under 23 Development Squad face a massive, mouth-watering clash against Manchester United at the EBB Stadium next Monday, 18 September.
The young Red Devils visit Aldershot for a Premier League 2 fixture which kicks-off at 7.05pm – with admission just £3 for adults and £1 for concessions to watch future international stars on their doorstep.
Chelsea’s last game at the EBB Stadium, against Everton, saw Eden Hazard play 70 minutes as part of his return from injury. Other players who have featured for the Chelsea Under 23 side this season include Charly Musonda, who made his Premier League debut last month against Burnley; England Under 20 World Cup winner Jake Clarke-Salter; and England Under 19 European Championship winners Trevoh Chalobah, Dujon Sterling, Reece James and Jacob Maddox.
England internationals Luke Shaw and Ashley Young have played in recent fixtures for Manchester United Under 23s, whose squad may also include several other players with first-team experience, such as Axel Tuanzebe, Joel Pereira, Scott McTominay, Demetri Mitchell.
After Manchester United, Chelsea play the following games at the EBB Stadium:
Friday 13 October, 7.05pm: Swansea City
Sunday 22 October, 12.05pm: West Ham United
Monday 18 December, 7.05pm: Manchester City
Friday 2 February, 7.05pm: Leicester City
Friday 2 March, 7.05pm: Arsenal
Friday 13 April, 7.05pm: Tottenham Hotspur