CITY’S young guns have been urged to show no fear when they face FA Youth Cup masters Chelsea tonight.

Mark Trueman’s under-18s will start massive underdogs in the fourth-round tie at Aldershot.

Chelsea lifted the trophy six times in seven years before being knocked out last season by a hat-trick from Wibsey-born Mason Greenwood for Manchester United.

They currently sit top of the under-18s Premier League south table.

But after City’s dramatic penalties win over Stoke, defender Finn Cousin-Dawson insists they can travel south with hope.

He said: “We’re really looking forward to it. It’s a big occasion for the whole team, getting to the fourth round and playing a big team like Chelsea, one of the best in Europe.

“It will be a big test for everyone. We’ve gained a lot of confidence over the past couple of weeks and we’ve all got to believe we can go down there and get a result.”

City will have to succeed where neighbours Huddersfield failed after Chelsea beat the young Terriers 4-0 to progress.

Albania under-21 international Armando Broja scored a hat-trick in that win. He said that Chelsea will not be taking the visitors lightly.

“Every game is tough,” he warned. “We won’t take it easy and will set out to be focused, prepared and hopefully with that right mentality we will come out winners and advance to the next round.

“It’s obviously the competition everyone wants to win. Chelsea have won it a lot of times, we’ve always been the main club in the competition so I feel that we’ve got to live up to the expectations.”

Eliot Goldthorp, who made his senior debut last season, scored twice for City in their nail-biting 3-3 draw with a strong Stoke side at Valley Parade. The young Bantams then held their nerve to win 5-4 in the shoot-out.