Tottenham Hotspur will field an inexperienced, second-string line-up for the UEFA Cup last 32 second-leg clash at home to Shakhtar Donetsk.
Spurs are trailing 2-0 from the first leg and, following Monday's Premier League win at Hull City and with the Carling Cup final due to take place on Sunday, boss Harry Redknapp is prioritising domestic competition.
"I gave one 17-year-old (Dean Parrett) his debut and might have four 17-year-olds (for the second leg)," said Redknapp. "When we play the second leg it will only be half as strong as that side.
"It's a crazy schedule, six games in 17 days and all big games."
Luka Modric, Jonathan Woodgate, Wilson Palacios and Aaron Lennon were rested for the first leg and are likely to be dropped again, with Woodgate definitely out after he sustained a cut head in the 2-1 win at the KC Stadium.
Michael Dawson is expected to start though, after Redknapp said that Ledley King and Woodgate would probably play together in the Cup showdown with Manchester United at Wembley.
Carlo Cudicini has a knee injury but Redknapp was expected to continue his policy of playing Heurelho Gomes in cup matches.