A MANCHESTER United side will visit Accrington on Tuesday night to face Stanley in the Lancashire Senior Cup.
Premier League clubs play Under-21 sides in the competition, which has been going since 1879, but some big names could still be on show in the first-round tie (kick-off 7pm).
England international Luke Shaw, Brazil international Anderson and Belgium international Adnan Januzaj all featured for the Under-21s during their win over Tottenham last week.
So too did striker James Wilson, who scored twice on his first-team debut last season and came off the bench during their 2-1 win over Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Stanley boss John Coleman is set to include top scorer James Gray and new loan signing Lee Molyneux.
Gray is looking to get some game-time under his belt having just served a three-match ban. Next Saturday's home match against Dagenham & Redbridge will therefore be the first game he'll be available for since Coleman's return to Stanley.
Midfielder Craig Roddan, who was on loan at Stanley last season without making an appearance, will be given a chance to impress having arrived on trial following his release by Liverpool in the summer.
“It will be like having a new signing as James has not played for me yet," said the Reds' boss.
“But what I know is that at the end of last season and the start of this season, he was on a great goalscoring run.
“When you get on one of those runs, it is so frustrating to be stopped in your tracks and you want to get it back as soon as possible. Hopefully he will get that back when he returns.”
Molyneux returned for a third spell with Stanley on the eve of Saturday's League Two game at Mansfield. The 25-year-old winger, who has made a habit of scoring spectacular goals for the Reds, came off the bench during Stanley's 1-0 win but is also looking to boost his fitness having been on the fringes at League One Crewe so far this term.
Coleman added: “He never had a shot when he came on so I had to feel his forehead to see if he was sick!
“But Lee will get better with the more games he plays. Everyone knows what he can do and he’s a great boost to our squad.”
- Tickets for the Lancashire Senior Cup clash are priced as follows: Adults £5, Concessions & Students £3, Accompanied Under-12s £1.