Barnet manager Ian Hendon could have three new faces in his side for the visit of League Two leaders Bournemouth.
Midfielder Dean Sinclair returned to Underhill on loan from Charlton on transfer deadline day last week but was an unused substitute in the FA Cup draw at Accrington.
He could force his way into the reckoning, along with Exeter forward Craig McAllister and Spurs defender Calum Butcher, who both signed last week but were not granted permission to play in the FA Cup.
Joe Devera has been out since the end of October with a thigh injury and remains sidelined alongside fellow full-back Ryan O'Neill (ankle).
Gary Breen is likely to be out until Christmas with a knee problem while Clovis Kamdjo has had surgery on a knee injury of his own and is set to be sidelined for several months.
Bournemouth are hoping goalkeeper Shwan Jalal will be fit for the game.
After damaging his ankle in training on Thursday, Jalal failed a fitness test and did not feature in the 2-1 reverse to Notts County on Saturday.
In his absence, the Cherries were forced to turn to 18-year-old youth team stopper Dan Thomas, and with no other goalkeepers on the books, the club could ask for special dispensation to sign another keeper if Jalal is ruled out once again.
Manager Eddie Howe is definitely set to be without Shaun Cooper, who is out until the new year with a hip injury.
Mark Molesley is also out for around six weeks with a foot injury, while Scott Guyett remains sidelined by a knee problem.
With a squad of only 17 players, Howe is likely to include Sammy Igoe in his plans, even though the midfielder has been hampered by knee and shin injuries in recent weeks.
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