Barnet will check on Danny Senda ahead of the home game against Northampton.
The defender missed last Saturday's 4-0 defeat at Swindon with a hamstring problem and is still receiving treatment.
Clovis Kamdjo deputised at right-back against the Robins and is likely to do so again if Senda misses out.
Boss Lawrie Sanchez has an otherwise fully-fit squad to choose from after midfielder Tommy Fraser returned from a spell out with concussion at the County Ground.
Sanchez will consider making changes with Jordan Parkes, Sam Deering, Charlie Taylor and Ricky Holmes all pushing to be included.
The Bees have slipped to fourth from bottom in League Two after suffering back-to-back defeats and have won just once at home all season.
Lewis Young and Adebayo Akinfenwa are expected to be fit for Northampton.
The duo were substituted during the 2-1 home win over Dagenham & Redbridge last weekend - Young at half-time and Akinfenwa with four minutes remaining. Both forwards had minor knocks and were withdrawn as a precautionary measure.
Arron Davies returned from a hamstring injury against the Daggers and played the full 90 minutes without any problems so he should be included once again. Fellow midfielder Nick McKoy will serve the third game of a four-match suspension.
Ahead of the game, Town boss Gary Johnson said: "They're off the back of a couple of defeats. It was a big defeat on Saturday (4-0 at Swindon), so we've got to go there with confidence.
"You've got to put your game onto the opposition and that's what we've got to do when we go to Barnet."
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