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Barnet Vs Morecambe, Sat 19 Mar 2011

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Rossi Jarvis is in line for a return as Barnet face a crucial match against fellow strugglers Morecambe.

The 22-year-old midfielder missed the Bees' 2-1 win over Hereford after being shown a red card in the previous match.

Southampton loanee Anthony Pulis could retain his place in the side if Jarvis is not handed a start.

Striker Steve Kabba is nearing fitness following a hamstring injury, but is not likely to feature.

In his absence, Izale McLeod will continue up front as he looks to add to his nine goals this season.

Barnet surrendered a two-goal lead to end up with a point when the two sides met at the Globe Arena in September.

Morecambe have been boosted by the arrival of Blackburn winger Zac Aley ahead of the trip.

The 19-year-old has moved to the Globe Arena on an emergency loan until the end of the season.

He has yet to make his first-team debut for Rovers but has scored two goals in 12 appearances for the club`s reserve side this season.

Shrimps boss Sammy McIlroy again looks set to be without goalkeeper Barry Roche because of a thigh injury.

Joe Anyon will therefore line up between the posts again as McIlroy`s men bid to ease their relegation fears.

Defender Paul Scott is stepping up his fitness but is set to remain absent as he recovers from a knee operation.

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Barry Roche
Anthony Pulis
Rossi Jarvis
Joe Anyon
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Paul Scott
Izale McLeod
Rossi Jarvis
Sammy McIlroy

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