Izale McLeod and Darren Dennehy could return to the Barnet squad for the visit of Morecambe.
Top scorer McLeod missed last weekend's 2-1 win at Port Vale with a stomach injury but the Bees are hopeful he will be fit.
Centre-half Dennehy also failed to make the trip due to a foot injury and he will be checked over ahead of kick-off.
New signing Ben May is set to keep his place in attack after a debut goal at Vale Park while winger Adam Yiadom may have earned a start after climbing off the bench to hit the winner.
Full-back Danny Senda and striker Steve Kabba are still out with long-term knee injuries and winger Mark Marshall remains suspended.
Meanwhile, Morecambe manager Jim Bentley hopes to have top scorer Kevin Ellison.
Ellison, whose personal tally for the campaign stands at 16, has been plagued by an ongoing back problem in recent months and missed last weekend's defeat to Hereford with a muscle strain.
In his last appearance, Ellison bagged a brace as the Shrimps overcame promotion-chasing Cheltenham 3-1 at the Globe Arena.
Veteran defender Nick Fenton could provide Bentley with a timely boost in defence having returned to training ahead of schedule following a calf injury.
Morecambe's squad looks decidedly threadbare at the back after on-loan Manchester United youngster Sean McGinty returned to Old Trafford this week with a dislocated shoulder, while full-back Laurence Wilson is out for the season with a fractured knee cap.
Midfielder Andy Fleming (knee) is another long-term absentee, but Jack Redshaw is poised for a first start in attack on the back of some impressive cameos from the bench.
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