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                                                    npower League 2 , Apr 3, 2012
                                                    Ground: Underhill Stadium , Kickoff: 19:45 , Att 2,211

                                                    Team news

                                                    Bees set for triple boost Barnet are hopeful three defenders will return for Tuesday's npower League Two match at home to league leaders Swindon.

                                                    Clovis Kamdjo, Darren Dennehy and Paul Downing all missed the 1-0 home defeat to Torquay.

                                                    Kamdjo has featured regularly in Barnet's backline and played in over 40 games this season. Downing, on loan from West Brom, was taken off with a neck injury at Macclesfield in March.

                                                    Former Everton defender Dennehy has played 19 league games so far. He last played in Barnet's 2-2 draw with Dagenham.

                                                    Danny Senda and Steve Kabba (both knee) remain out with long-term injuries.

                                                    The Bees sit three points above the drop zone with a game in hand over the bottom two.

                                                    Swindon will continue to be without captain Paul Caddis.

                                                    The full-back has been struggling with an ankle injury of late and has not featured for the Robins since the 4-0 victory over Dagenham on March 4, and he will miss out once again for the clash with the Bees.

                                                    Joe Devera is likely to fill in on the right of defence once more, with Aden Flint partnering Alan McCormack at centre-back.

                                                    Matt Ritchie suffered a minor knock during the goalless draw with Bristol Rovers on Saturday but the winger is expected to be available to manager Paolo Di Canio at Underhill. However, he will face stiff competition for his place from Luke Rooney.

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                                                    Last modified 21:57 03/04/12

                                                    Better night for Risser Oliver Risser made amends for his Wembley own goal misery by sealing the points as leaders Swindon got back to winning ways and opened a five-point gap over Torquay following a 2-0 victory at Barnet.

                                                    Two first-half goals killed the contest, Ronan Murray opening the scoring before Risser atoned for the gaffe that helped cost Swindon the Johnstone's Paint Trophy to leave Barnet just three points above the relegation zone.

                                                    Murray put the visitors in front after 13 minutes, beating the Bees' offside trap and coolly slotting into the bottom-left corner past Dean Brill.

                                                    Andy Yiadom blazed over a glorious chance to level from seven yards before Risser tapped in James McEveley's free-kick at the back post to double the Robins' lead just past the half-hour.

                                                    In first-half injury time, Izale McLeod missed a great opportunity to get Barnet back in it with Wes Foderingham smothering the ball after the striker delayed in front of goal.

                                                    Paolo Di Canio's men then defended stoutly after the break to dispel any chance of an upset and re-establish their stranglehold on League Two.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    1 Dean Brill
                                                    17 Michael Hector
                                                    30 Paul Downing
                                                    19 Jack Saville
                                                    12 Jordan Mustoe
                                                    8 Mark Byrne(sub 35)
                                                    4 Mark Hughes
                                                    15 Andrew Yiadom
                                                    10 Sam Deering
                                                    22 Ben May
                                                    23 Izale McLeod(sub 62)
                                                    18 Liam O'Brien
                                                    3 Jordan Parkes
                                                    7 Scott McGleish(sub 62)
                                                    11 Ricky Holmes(sub 35)
                                                    25 Alassane N'Diaye
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    35 Wesley Foderingham
                                                    2 Jay McEveley
                                                    4 Aden Flint
                                                    5 Joe Devera
                                                    13 Oliver Risser Goal
                                                    23 Raffaele De Vita(sub 81)
                                                    24 Jonathan Smith(sub 55)
                                                    34 Ronan Murray Goal
                                                    9 Paul Benson
                                                    19 Luke Rooney(sub 77)
                                                    12 Alan McCormack
                                                    8 Simon Ferry(sub 55)
                                                    14 John Bostock
                                                    15 Nathan Thompson(sub 77)
                                                    17 Alan Connell(sub 81)
                                                    26 Phil Smith

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