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Who will star for Albion in the FA Youth Cup quarter-final?

Albion Under-18s will take on Everton in the FA Youth Cup quarter-finals at The Hawthorns, on Tuesday, February 26. Here's all you need to know about the young Baggies that will face the Toffees.

The tireless work of Albion's Academy staff over the past decade has meant that Albion Under-18s boss Mike Scott can field a talented side against Everton - as the Baggies bid to further their most impressive run of recent times in the prestigious youth tournament and reach the last four.

Scott has praised the unity of his side ahead of the tie with the Toffees, and it's hardly surprising they possess such a togetherness - as 14 of the players who could be involved have been at the Club since the age of 12 or younger.

Tickets for the game are available on the gate. It's a 7pm kick-off.

Click on the players below to view their profiles.


Josh Griffiths - 17 - Goalkeeper

Tedd Cann - 18 - Goalkeeper


Aksum White - 18 - Right-back

Nathan Ferguson - 18 - Centre-back

Pablo Martinez - 18 - Centre-back

George Harmon - 18 - Left-back

Zak Delaney - 17 - Left-back 


Zak Brown - 18 - Centre Midfield

Finn Azaz - 18 - Centre Midfield

Peter Taylor- 18 - Centre-midfield

Eoin Ashton - 18 - Centre-midfield 

Tom Solanke - 18 - Centre-midfield

Tom is a strong defensive midfielder who has been a regular for Albion Under-23s since the end of 2018.

The Baggies signed Tom from a local Birmingham side when he was 11. A centre-midfielder who is equally adept as a centre-back, he reads the game well and is composed on the ball.

Yusuff Ojebode - 18 - Winger 

Taylor Gardner-Hickman - 17 - Winger

Morgan Rogers - 16 - Attacking Midfield 


Rayhaan Tulloch - 18 - Striker 

Jamie Soule - 18 - Striker

Stanley Asomugha - 18 - Striker

Louie Barry - 15 - Striker 

Born in Birmingham, Louie joined Albion when he was eight. Despite being just 15, he has been a regular in Mike Scott's under-18s squad this season, scoring a number of goals.

Louie has developed a strong reputation as a goalscorer, including in tournaments. He has played for England and Ireland at under-15s and under-16s level.

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