The Cherry and Whites will be looking to field the strongest possible side, and have some fire power at their disposal, including Cheltenham College pupil Ollie Thorley and Dean Close pupil Lloyd Evans who both recently made their 1st team debut in the LV= Cup.
Also hoped to be on duty are Hartpury U18 duo Joe Batley and Will Hayward who both represented England U18s in the fixture against Australia at Harrow School last Wednesday.
Assistant Academy Manager Simon Lane is looking forward to the occasion:
"It is the first time that Cheltenham College has hosted an Academy U18 Game, and we are pleased to add another arm to our already strong link with the College, with a special thanks to Tom Richardson (Head of Rugby).
"The team could include as many as three College pupils, which is testament to their rugby programme, and excellent facilities.
"We have a strong group full of talent, and with an attitude to work hard and to keep getting better. The score is important to us, but our main focus will be on demonstrating the ability to execute our skills under pressure and stick to the game plan as a team.
"Leeds will provide a tough test and have some very good players in their squad, including several who have made their 1st team debut already.
"They beat us in a pre season festival so will be confident coming into this fixture. Both teams favor running rugby so there is potential for a high scoring contest."
All supporters are welcome to attend, and entrance is free of charge.