Jamie Pitman has no new injury or suspension problems to contend with as Hereford prepare to host struggling Barnet.

Pitman watched his side claim an impressive 1-0 victory at Stevenage in midweek and he may well opt to keep faith with the same starting XI from Broadhall Way.

The Bulls boss was forced into one change after midfielder Harry Pell was recalled by parent club Bristol Rovers, with James McQuilkin coming in to replace him.

New signing Adrian Patulea enjoyed a 25-minute debut cameo having arrived until the end of the season, and he is again expected to be on the bench, pressing for his Edgar Street bow.

Ahead of him in the striker`s pecking order is Waide Fairhurst, who makes the final appearance of his current loan spell from Doncaster, although Hereford are working hard to extend his stay.

Barnet will be without Rossi Jarvis for the trip.

The 22-year-old midfielder was sent off in Tuesday night's 1-0 defeat against promotion-hopefuls Wycombe and must now serve a one-match ban.

Glen Southam could replace Jarvis in the starting line-up following his return from a two-match ban.

Anwar Uddin remains doubtful with an ankle injury but boss Paul Fairclough will give the former Dagenham defender as much time as possible to prove his fitness.

Striker Steve Kabba remains sidelined with a hamstring injury, so the Bees boss could stick with Izale McLeod up front and play on-loan Nottingham Forest midfielder Mark Byrne just behind him.

Fairclough's struggling side are second-bottom of npower League Two, four points behind third-bottom Burton.

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