Ruben Selles has made 10 changes for the EFL Trophy Derby Day against Swindon Town, with Harvey Knibbs the only remaining player from Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Leyton Orient.

A win over the Robins would seal progress into the knockout phase, and the starting side has a much more senior look than the 9-0 win over Exeter City.

Coniah Boyce-Clarke, Tom Holmes, Jayden Wareham, Michael Craig, Tivonge Rushesha and Caylan Vickers are all Academy graduates, while Clinton Mola, Andy Yiadom, Knibbs, Paul Mukairu and Nesta Guinness-Walker complete the team.

There is strength on the bench with the likes of Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, Femi Azeez and Lewis Wing ready and waiting. 

Boyce-Clarke; Mola; Yiadom; Holmes; Guinness-Walker; Craig; Rushesha; Knibbs; Mukairu; Vickers; Wareham

Former Reading Academy keeper Lewis Ward starts for Michael Flynn's League Two side, who lost to Arsenal Under-21s on penalties last time out.

Swindon have also made wholesale changes due to a thin squad.