West Ham United will recommence their Barclays Premier Reserve League South campaign with the visit of Arsenal to the Boleyn Ground on Tuesday evening.
The fixture, which will kick-off at 7pm, will be the Hammers second-string's first action of 2010 after last week's trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers was postponed due to snow in the Midlands.
Alex Dyer's side can climb to fifth in the standings with a win, while second-placed Arsenal can close the gap on leaders Aston Villa to just two points with a success of their own.
The Hammers' squad is likely to feature the likes of Freddie Sears, who has returned from a loan spell at Coca-Cola Championship outfit Crystal Palace, as well as Switzerland Under-19 defender Fabio Daprela and exciting forward Anthony Edgar. All three appeared in the FA Cup third-round defeat by Arsenal's senior team earlier this month.
England Under-19 defender Jordan Spence and centre-back Bondz 'Gala, both of whom have returned from loan spells at Championship side Scunthorpe United, could also be included.
West Ham have played one reserve-team fixture at the Boleyn Ground already this season, beating Birmingham City 6-0 in September.
Admission, costing £3 for adults and £1 for children, will be available through the West Stand turnstiles. Season ticket holders will be admitted free of charge.