Notts County Vs Barnet, Sat 30 Jan 2010

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Notts County have a fully-fit squad available to face Barnet at Meadow Lane.

Defender Graeme Lee and striker Luke Rodgers both trained on Thursday after missing the 3-0 win at Dagenham on Tuesday night and have been added to caretaker manager Dave Kevan's squad.

Rodgers may struggle to displace Karl Hawley alongside top scorer Lee Hughes, however, after the pair put in a lively display in the win at Dagenham.

Hughes took his tally to 21 for the season with another goal in that win and he has scored 12 goals in his last 10 appearances for the Magpies.

County will be looking for revenge after they lost 1-0 at Barnet back in August and a victory this time around would cement their place in the play-off places.

Ismail Yakubu is set to be missing for Barnet.

The centre-half missed last weekend's defeat at Morecambe with a back injury but declared himself fit to face Torquay on Tuesday night.

However, he lasted just four minutes before collapsing with a back spasm which forced him to be hospitalised. He has since been released but is extremely doubtful to be fit to play at Meadow Lane.

Veteran Gary Breen has played in the last two games after two months out with a knee injury and will be partnered by either Dan Leach or Joe Devera in the centre of defence.

Fellow defender Clovis Kamdjo is recovering from knee surgery and could be back in training inside a fortnight as manager Ian Hendon looks for a first league win since October.

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Graeme Lee
Ismail Yakubu
Karl Hawley
Clovis Kamdjo
Newcastle United
Gary Breen
Lee Hughes
Clovis Kamdjo
Luke Rodgers
Ian Hendon
League Two
Joe Devera
Notts County

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