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Aldershot Town Vs Barnet, Tue 1 Feb 2011

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Aldershot manager Dean Holdsworth is expected to make changes for the League Two visit of Barnet.

Holdsworth suggested he might 'freshen the team up' after the 2-1 defeat at Gillingham at the weekend with lots of games ahead so the likes of transfer-listed midfielder Manny Panther and defender Aaron Morris could start.

Striker Damian Spencer has joined Eastbourne on loan to improve his fitness after a knee injury but Alex Rodman impressed on his debut at the weekend and could start.

Fellow forward Wade Small was substituted due to illness on Saturday and may be doubtful while midfielder John Halls (groin) remain sidelined.

Steve Kabba could return to the Barnet squad.

The experienced striker has been sidelined for a month with a knee injury but was able to resume full training on Monday.

Manager Paul Fairclough admits Kabba is unlikely to be ready to start the match but he could be tempted to put him on the bench.

Charlie Taylor and Nauro Vilhete are pushing for places in the starting line-up after their introduction as half-time substitutes during the 2-0 defeat by Southend on Saturday.

Fairclough has no new injury concerns but remains without defenders Daniel Leach and Darren Dennehy with long-term foot injuries and striker Ricky Holmes, who is out for the season with a borken metatarsal.

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