The young central defenders performed admirably in our Under-18s run to the FA Youth Cup semi-finals and are set to make their fourth (Leigh) and third (Lee) appearances for the reserves this season.
Rob's season has been hit by injuries but he returns after an ankle problem for his sixth start. Tonight's kick-off is 7pm.
Coach Clive Allen said: "The experiences the lads have in the Youth Cup this season will give them a boost. Of course they were disappointed to go out at the semi-final stage but they've acquitted themselves really well against some top players - the boy at Everton, Vaughan, has since played and scored in the Premiership.
"It's been a fantastic experience for them, now they need to go onto the next stage and there couldn't be tougher opponents for them than Arsenal.
"It's at the stage of the season where you give youngsters an opportunity and it will be interesting to see how they cope.
"There is always hype because it's against Arsenal but it's another game and a home game and it would be nice to get a result."
Squad: Burch, Dilevski, Lee, Mills, Hallfredsson, Limbersky, Jackson, O'Hara, Yeates, Barnard, Malcolm, McKenna, Eyre, Daniels, Barcham, Seanla.
Leigh Mills and Charlie Lee are joined by fit-again goalkeeper Rob Burch in tonight's reserve derby against Arsenal at Stevenage.