FORMER Manchester United stars will be lining up in Bridgwater tomorrow (Saturday) as they take on a Hinkley Point XI.

The match, at Bridgwater Town's Fairfax Park, kicks off at 3pm, is being held in support of mental health charity MIND Somerset, and Bridgwater Town are hopeful of breaking their all-time attendance record, set in 1997.

The Manchester United squad is as follows...

Arthur Albiston - The Edinburgh-born left-back made 379 appearances for United, scoring six goals. He was also capped 14 times by Scotland.

Russell Beardsmore - One of the first wave of 'Fergie's Fledglings', Beardsmore starred in a 3-1 win over Liverpool on New Year's Day 1989 in just his second appearance.

Went on to score four goals in 56 appearances for the club.

Derek Brazil - Spotted by Eric Harrison, Brazil was given a three and a half year contract by Ron Atkinson in 1986 but made just two league appearances.

Wes Brown - The two-time Champions League winner was a regular feature in United's back four during a hugely successful era.

Brown also won five Premier League titles, two FA Cups, two League Cups and was named in the 2000/01 PFA Premier League team of the year. Was part of England's 2002 World Cup squad.

Nick Culkin - The goalkeeper holds the record for shortest ever Premier League debut after coming on in the closing stages for Raimond van der Gouw against Arsenal in 1999 - the referee blew for full-time immediately after Culkin took the resultant free-kick.

Chris Eagles - The youngest of the legends side, 33-year-old Eagles replaced Cristiano Ronaldo in a League Cup tie in 2004 and played six times for the club in the Premier League.

Went on to represent Burnley and Bolton Wanderers with distinction and is currently without a club after leaving Ross County last summer.

Keith Gillespie - The Northern Ireland international was unfortunate to be caught between two fine right-wingers in his spell at Old Trafford, with Andrei Kanchelskis and David Beckham often preferred in the role.

Gillespie made nine league appearances for the Red Devils but went on to star in Kevin Keegan's Newcastle United entertainers and also played for Leicester City and Sheffield United.

Deiniol Graham - Scored in an FA Cup third round replay against QPR but a broken arm disrupted his progress and he was sold to Barnsley.

Frank Stapleton - The Irish frontman cost United £900,000 when he signed from Arsenal in 1981 and helped his new club win the FA Cup in 1983 and 1985.

Scored 78 goals in 365 appearances before moving to Ajax in 1987.

Ben Thornley - Described by Nobby Stiles as "the closest I’ve seen to George Best in all my time at the club", Thornley made his debut aged 18 and looked set for a bright career.

That was until, just two months later, he suffered knee ligament damage after a bad tackle in a reserve match against Blackburn Rovers - he later secured compensation for loss of earnings and never truly recovered, making nine league appearances before moving to Huddersfield Town in 1998.

Danny Webber - The frontman was prolific at youth level but first-team opportunities were limited to occasional cup games, though he did appear off the bench in a Champions League tie against Deportivo in 2003.

There were more than 120 applications to be in the HPC squad, but that has been reduced below 30 and they will be captained by Bridgwater Town's all-time leading goalscorer Chris Young.

Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for Under-16s, and they are available here. This rises to £12 and £6 on the day. Parking will be in the College via the main gates - all pay £2.