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Barnet Vs Bury, Sat 28 Aug 2010

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Glenn Poole and Joe Devera are expected to be fit for Barnet's clash with Bury.

Winger Poole left last weekend's 7-0 thrashing at Crewe on crutches but the problem turned out to be merely bruising and he has resumed training this week.

Defender Devera missed the last three games with a bruised kneecap but he too has trained all week.

Devera is likely to go straight back into the starting line-up at right-back, with Jordan Parkes reverting to left-back and Daniel Leach dropping to the bench.

Striker Steve Kabba is therefore the only definite absentee as he continues his recovery from the knee ligament injury he suffered on the opening day of the season.

Bury boss Alan Knill could be without striker Andy Bishop.

The highly-rated frontman picked up a dead leg in last weekend`s 1-1 draw at home to Northampton and has not trained all week.

However, veteran defender Efe Sodje is back in training after suffering a blow to the head against the Cobblers and being replaced in the closing stages by Ben Futcher.

Knill is weighing up his options should Bishop be ruled out.

He said: "Andy is a doubt but we have got options if he doesn't make it.

"I could go with Mike Jones, David Worrall and Haworth behind Ryan Lowe or I could play Danny Carlton or Lenny John-Lewis as a second striker."

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Andy Bishop
Danny Carlton
Daniel Leach
Football
Glenn Poole
Ryan Lowe
Ben Futcher
Mike Jones
League Two
Jordan Parkes
Joe Devera
David Worrall

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