Angel Gomes, Mason Greenwood and Tahith Chong.

Free entry for all fans at Old Trafford

All supporters can walk up on the night and gain free entry to Old Trafford for Manchester United's Premier League 2 clash against West Bromwich Albion on Friday evening.

The 19:00 BST kick-off, which is also live on MUTV, presents everybody with a wonderful opportunity to visit the stadium and witness possible stars of the future.

There are only three matches left for the Under-23s this season and head coach Ricky Sbragia will be hoping we end the campaign on a high.

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Although the team news has yet to be revealed, a number of young players who have already broken into the first-team squad could expect to be involved against the Baggies.

Mason Greenwood, who has yet to make a competitive appearance at the Theatre of Dreams, may be available while Tahith Chong always enjoys playing at the ground. The Netherlands Under-21 international scored on his maiden appearance there, in the FA Youth Cup, and has followed it up with further strikes for the Under-23s.

Angel Gomes could be handed a key role in midfield, alongside James Garner, as the Reds will look to take control of the match.

United's last Premier League 2 outing at Old Trafford ended in a 1-1 draw with Reading in September, when Marcos Rojo and Diogo Dalot both appeared in the XI.

All clubs are required to stage three matches at their senior ground during the season, with Gomes scoring the only goal in the 1-0 success against Stoke City at the end of August.

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