CRYSTAL Palace Development boss Gary Issott is set to unleash the likes of Jake Gray, Ryan Inniss, Hiram Boateng, Sullay KaiKai and Reise Allassani against Bromley on Tuesday evening. A Palace U21 side make the short trip to Hayes Lane, but it's understood no first teamers will be involved. However, the likes of Owen Garvan and Stephen Dobbie may make appearances. Gray and Boateng have been involved with the first team on tour to Austria and the USA recently, but neither got game time on Saturday at Brentford. "All the first team played at the weekend so it's going to be predominantly an U21s squad at Bromley," Issott told the Advertiser. "The manager certainly wanted the first team squad members to play 90 minutes so it was a good experience for the younger lads to be on the bench and around him at Brentford. "And the lads at Forest Green were in and around the likes of Brede Hangeland and Fraizer Campbell. "All in all, it was a worthwhile weekend and some positive outcomes. I don't think there were any injuries either. "All the lads who didn't get a chance on Saturday will get a chance to play at Bromley." Inniss will be given a chance to step up his comeback from a hamstring injury in a game that Issott hopes to see a lot of Palace fans at. The game was only arranged last week, and with it being a local game, it's a good chance to have a healthy crowd in attendance. "Ryan Inniss, we're still nursing him back slowly from injury, so hopefully he'll look to come through his first 45 minutes," said Issott. "That will be another step forward in trying to get him full match fitness. Jake (Gray) and Hiram (Boateng) will be part of the game too. "Over the course of three or four days, a lot of players have got 90 minutes under their belts. "The younger players have learned off the senior players in their movement and play but also how they conduct themselves off the pitch. "So far, the U21s have been unbeaten in pre-season so far so they have a good chance tonight to continue that. "It's another local game, where hopefully Bromley can get a reasonable gate. It helps them as a local club and they will prove tough opposition for us. "It's going to plan, all the players are getting minutes." The game at Hayes Lane against Mark Goldberg's side kicks off at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 for adults or half price for season ticket holders before 7pm. Seniors, students and U16s are £5, while a family ticket (one adult and two children) is £15. Supporters can pay on the turnstiles from 6.15pm.
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