Barnet boss Mark Stimson has named an unchanged squad for the visit of his former club Stevenage.

The Bees are still without striker Steve Kabba and defender Grant Basey, but both could be in contention for Saturday's FA Cup first-round meeting with Charlton.

Kabba has missed the last five games with ankle-ligament damage and former Addicks youngster Basey has missed three matches with his ankle problem.

Centre-halves Darren Dennehy (foot) and Daniel Leach (ankle) are still missing along with forwards Izale McLeod (knee), Danny Kelly (ankle) and Danny Hart (hamstring).

The Bees' defeat at Shrewsbury on Saturday left them bottom of the pile but they have lost only twice at home this season.

Stevenage striker Ben May could make his first start for the club.

The former Millwall striker is short of match fitness following back surgery but has appeared as a second-half substitute in the last two matches and after firing blanks in their last two games, boss Graham Westley might opt to hand May a place in his starting XI.

Birmingham loanee Jay O'Shea made his debut in the goalless draw with Chesterfield at the weekend and after impressing looks like retaining his place.

Luke Foster returned to the squad against the Spireites following a one-match ban but failed to play any part so will be pushing for a recall against the Bees.

Joel Byrom (fractured eye socket), Lee Boylan (calf), Chris Beardsley (shoulder) and Darren Murphy (ankle) remain long-term absentees and are not expected to be available any time soon.

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