Manchester United's youngsters set off on the FA Youth Cup trail on Monday when facing Burnley at Turf Moor. We take a look at the squad hoping to take the first step in a bid to extend the Reds' record to 11 overall victories in the competition.
Joel Castro Pereira (17, goalkeeper): Promising Swiss-born shot-stopper who has represented Portugal at youth level. Has made three UEFA Youth League appearances to go with five starts at Under-18 level as the keepers are rotated.
Kieran O'Hara (17, goalkeeper): Has only two Under-18 outings under his belt in 2013/2014 but has gained experience during a work-experience loan at Trafford. Despite the stint with the non-league side, he is still eligible and available for Monday's clash.
Dean Henderson (17, goalkeeper): Was in the firing line at Liverpool last time out but helped keep the score down to 3-1 with some fine saves as a much-changed side was over-ran in the second half. Left Carlisle United aged 14 and is an England youth international.
Ben Barber (18, defender): Swift left-sided defender who has been a regular for McGuinness' side and snaps into tackles while also breaking forward with confidence. Reliable and consistent, he appears ready to play an important role in any cup run.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (16, defender): Stylish central defender who has captained England Schoolboys and is highly regarded. Made a surprise substitute appearance for the Under-21s against Bolton and is pushing to make his FA Youth Cup bow.
Callum Evans (18, defender): Has featured in 12 Academy league matches this term, scoring in the win against Wolves at the Aon Training Complex. An accomplished right-back, he could face competition for his place from Saidy Janko despite his regular