John McMahon has revealed Spanish starlet Suso is set to make his competitive debut for Liverpool Reserves against Peter Beardsley's Newcastle United tonight in the Barclays Premier Reserve League North.
You can watch the entire game live on this website on LFCTV Online from 6.55pm.
Teenage hot-shot Suso - full name Jesus Joaquin Fernandez Saenz De La Torre - last week completed his move from FC Cadiz on a scholarship agreement, subject to international clearance.
The 16-year-old forward impressed for the reserves during pre-season and even featured for Roy Hodgson's first team as a late substitute in the friendly defeat to Borussia Moenchengladbach.
"Suso has now got his international clearance and will play," McMahon told Liverpoolfc.tv.
"People are already talking about him as he did really well in pre-season but we have to remember he's a young lad who is still learning the game. We need to take the weight off his shoulders and just let him play.
"He is only 16 and we just want to let him go out and enjoy himself and learn about the English game.
"He has natural ability and we just need to nurture him along.
"Tom Ince will also be in the squad. He is back from injury and hopefully he can contribute to a good performance."
McMahon will take a young squad to the Northumberland FA County Ground and he is hoping for an improved performance after last week's disappointing goalless draw with Wigan Athletic.
"We were very poor against Wigan by our standards," he added.
"I'm not making any excuses but it was a difficult afternoon game as it was a roasting hot day and some of the lads were a bit subdued. We didn't get any tempo or quality in our play.
"We were too deep and we've analysed the game and there is lots of improvement to be done.
"Hopefully we will see a much improved performance both from a team point of view and individuals at Newcastle.
"We will take a young squad and that is good for the lads to get some experience.
"Newcastle like ourselves will try to play the right way and it should be an entertaining game."
Meanwhile, McMahon had some disappointing news to report with Danish youth international Nikola Saric ruled out for the next few months after he was stretchered off in the opening game against Wigan.
"Unfortunately he has been diagnosed as having a broken bone on his lower leg so that will keep him out for the next two months," McMahon added.
"Our best wishes go to Nikola for a speedy recovery and he has a good character.
"He has had a bad time with injuries including several knee operations. He was looking fit and strong in pre-season and this is just unfortunate for the lad."