Barnet are hopeful top scorer John O'Flynn will be fit to return against Macclesfield.
The striker has missed the last three games with a knee injury but is close to a return.
However, manager Ian Hendon faces a dilemma if the Irishman is fit after veteran Paul Furlong scored a brace in the 3-1 win against Chesterfield on Monday, with strike partner Jake Hyde notching the third.
Winger Albert Adomah (foot injury) and former Republic of Ireland defender Gary Breen (knee) are having treatment and Hendon will make late decisions on their fitness.
Centre-half Ismail Yakubu is still out with his chronic back problem while New Zealand international Chris James is pushing for his first start after making his debut from the bench on Monday.
Paul Bolland is a major doubt for Macclesfield's trip with a groin strain.
Midfielder Bolland picked up the injury in Easter Monday's 2-1 win at Bradford and is struggling to recover in time.
Fellow midfielder Ross Draper remains sidelined with an ankle injury, while defender Chris Tremarco has again failed to overcome a groin problem.
The Silkmen are also without long-term absentees Hamza Bencherif, Colin Daniel and Ricky Sappleton as they travel to the side one point and one place below them in the League Two table.
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