Gareth Copley/Getty Images
As there is no actual match being played, there is no issue with packing the substitutes' bench with attacking talent, so that is what we have done.
On the bench, we are able to be a bit more adventurous and take calculated gambles upon some younger stars with burgeoning reputations at youth team level, as well as including a couple of more established names unlucky to miss out on a place in our XI.
The following, then, are our Next Generation XI substitutes:
Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)
It is easy to forget just how young England international Sterling is, with the right winger having only turned 19 last week. Already a first-team squad member at Liverpool for more than a year, he could be a major player for club and country in the future with the right mentality on and off the pitch.
Bertrand Traore (Chelsea)
Burkina Faso midfielder Traore was perhaps on trial at Chelsea longer than any other footballer in history, with the Blues having to wait until he turned 18 earlier this season to register his arrival officially at Stamford Bridge. A senior international and brother of Lorient forward Alain, his performances on the club's pre-season tour of Asia indicated a special talent ready to explode on to the big time.
Islam Feruz (Chelsea)
Diminutive and pacy striker Feruz caused a fuss when joining Chelsea from Celtic in 2011, per the Daily Mail, but has gone on to play an important role in helping the side reach the NextGen Series final and win the FA Youth Cup. Feruz was another involved in the Blues senior squad in pre-season.
Nick Powell (Manchester United)
Box-to-box midfielder Powell's start to life at Old Trafford was disrupted by injury. However, a loan spell at Wigan this season is progressing well, with Powell scoring in both the Championship and Europa League as his reputation grows as one of England's best young goalscoring midfielders.
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)
Grealish is seen as the potential next big thing to emerge from the Aston Villa academy. His weaving dribbles and impressive close control make him a natural fit for the No. 10 role in any side, and the confidence and composure he shows for one so young is promising.
Nathan Redmond (Norwich City)
Perhaps unlucky to miss out on a place in the starting XI, Redmond is one of the most established names in our prospective squad. A raw talent, Redmond has proven that he can trouble Premier League defenders with his pace and trickery. With a bit more refinement, he could be a high-level Premier League performer for many years to come.
Rony Lopes (Manchester City)
Portuguese forward Rony Lopes moved to Europe as a youngster from his native Brazil and, having established himself in the youth set-up of Benfica, was signed by City as a 15-year-old in 2011. His first senior outing for the club brought an FA Cup goal, while he was the club's Academy Player of the Year in 2012-13.