Not everyone in Perth Glory goalkeeper Liam Reddy's family will be in his corner on Monday night when he comes up against Premier League giants Chelsea.
Reddy's three young sons are Premier League mad fans and have only been talking about the Blues in the lead-up to Monday night's friendly at Optus Stadium.
"My kids are excited to see Chelsea play live," Reddy said.
"It's an opportunity for the fans to get out and the young kids to see the Premier League stars play live.
"I know that's what all my boys have been talking about, 'Chelsea this, Chelsea that'.
"I've got to try to get them to go for Perth on Monday but I might let this one slide."
Glory coach Tony Popovic said he'd likely use plenty of the club's younger players in the friendly.
Reddy agreed it would be a great opportunity for the side's youngsters to rub shoulders with the world's best as Perth aims to grow into being a successful a club under Popovic.
"It's a great opportunity for the younger playeres to experience what these guys do on a day-to-day basis," Reddy said.
"They're a winning club which is what we want to be."