Neil Dewsnip's side sit top of the FA Premier Academy League Group C table and excelled themselves to finish fourth in the prestigious Future Champions tournament in Brazil before Christmas.
Tonight they finally start on the Youth Cup trail when they face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the rearranged third round tie at the Stobart Stadium in Widnes (kick-off 7pm).
They go into the match in fine form, having returned from the Christmas break at the weekend to score an excellent 3-2 win over Crewe.
Jordan Barrow hit a hat-trick and all of those on duty in the league will be involved tonight. And Dewsnip is hoping his side can continue their fine form.
He said: 'We are really looking forward to it. It was good to get back to action on Saturday and we played well. We are now ready for Wolves.