West Ham United Under-18s play their final home game of the 2008/09 season on Tuesday when Fulham visit Little Heath.
Tony Carr's youngsters will be hoping to build on their superb 5-0 win against Bristol City on Friday, when a brace from Cristian Montano helped them to their joint best result of the season.
With the reserves' campaign now over, Carr could once again call on his more senior Academy players, with the likes of Adam Street, Daniel Kearns, Balint Bajner and Conor Okus all likely to be involved.
Following the Fulham game, which kicks-off at 2pm, the Under-18s have just an away trip to Tottenham on Saturday to play before their season concludes and Carr has been pleased with what has been another successful campaign for the Academy, with several youngsters moving up to both reserve and first-team level.
Carr, speaking in Saturday's matchday programme, said: "For the Academy as a whole, it has been a positive season for us in terms of having players blooded in the first team and establishing themselves. James Tomkins and Junior Stanislas have done that, while Josh Payne, Bondz 'Gala and Zavon Hines have all been on the fringes in recent weeks. All in all, it has been a successful season.
"I've also been pleased to see the youngsters make the step up to reserve-team level. Ideally, they would have played alongside more senior players and not all appeared at once, but it's all good experience for them. They have been playing at stadiums against older players and is a step up for them so it is all useful experience. You are always learning."
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