Izale McLeod (30 mins)
Ben May (79 mins)
Michael Spillane (25 mins)
Scott Doe (72 mins)
npower League 2
, Mar 20, 2012
Ground: Underhill Stadium , Kickoff: 19:45 , Att 1,725
Bees all clear for vital showdown Barnet have no new injury worries ahead of the crucial clash with relegation rivals Dagenham at Underhill.
Top scorer Izale McLeod (stomach) and defender Darren Dennehy (foot) shook off injuries to face Morecambe on Saturday but could not stop the Bees slipping to a 2-0 defeat.
Full-back Danny Senda and striker Steve Kabba are still out with long-term knee injuries and winger Mark Marshall remains suspended after testing positive for a banned substance.
Manager Lawrie Sanchez could hand a first start to rookie wideman Andy Yiadom, who has impressed in five appearances off the bench since joining from non-league Braintree last month.
Midfielder Clovis Kamdjo and veteran striker Scott McGleish are also pushing for recalls to the starting line-up.
Dagenham welcome back Josh Scott but manager John Still is likely to keep faith with an unchanged XI.
The Daggers gave their survival hopes a real shot in the arm with Saturday's 2-0 victory over Macclesfield and, although they remain rooted to the bottom of npower League Two, they are now just three points behind fifth-bottom Barnet.
Scott completed his three-match suspension at the weekend but the loan signing of John Akinde - as well as Crawley team-mate Charlie Wassmer - on Saturday morning relegated Brian Woodall to the bench and Scott will now likely compete for a place among the 16.
Akinde's inclusion was the only change from the side who suffered a third successive defeat against Northampton last Tuesday.
Defender Scott Doe (illness) and midfielder Matthew Saunders (ankle) will again be assessed having missed out of late.
Barnet vs Dag & Red
Last modified 22:32 20/03/12
Honours even between Bees and Daggers Ben May's spectacular long-range effort salvaged a vital 2-2 draw for Barnet as relegation rivals Dagenham missed the chance to move out of League Two's drop zone.
The visitors took the lead in the first half through Michael Spillane before Izale McLeod's 18th league goal of the season levelled proceedings for the Bees.
Scott Doe restored the Daggers' advantage but May's 30-yard effort in the 79th minute caught Chris Lewington napping to ensure the spoils were shared between the strugglers.
It was the away side who drew first blood in the 25th minute when Spillane got across his man to head home after some fine work down the left by Medy Elito.
And John Still's men missed a vital chance to double their lead just moments later as both Mathieu Baudry and John Akinde headed against the crossbar before the Bees scrambled clear.
They were made to pay when McLeod raced clear on the half-hour mark before lifting cleverly over the onrushing Lewington.
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Substitution||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Rating|
|21||Clovis Kamdjo(sub 77)|
|10||Sam Deering(sub 77)|
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Substitution||Rating|
|18||Josh Parker(sub 62)|
|38||John Akinde(sub 90)|
|10||Josh Scott(sub 62)|
|23||Brian Woodall(sub 90)|
|Team||Barnet||Dag & Red|