Barnet Vs Wycombe Wanderers, Tue 8 Mar 2011

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Caretaker boss Paul Fairclough will have Glen Southam back in the ranks as Barnet tackle Wycombe.

The midfielder returns after completing a two-match ban for collecting 10 bookings. Striker Steve Kabba will miss out after picking up a hamstring injury which could rule him out for a few weeks.

Defender Anwar Uddin is doubtful after hobbling off in the second half against Rotherham on Saturday with an ankle knock.

On-loan Crystal Palace left-back Matty Parsons made his debut against the Millers and, after impressing, should retain his place ahead of Jordan Parkes.

Fellow loanee Mark Byrne is pushing for a start after he resumed his second spell at the club this season by appearing as a substitute on Saturday.

Wycombe captain Gareth Ainsworth could return.

The 37-year-old has been an inspiration this season but was rested for the 2-2 draw with Aldershot at the weekend after a punishing schedule of games.

However, he could feature at Underhill as the Chairboys look for a return to winning ways.

Centre-back Dave Winfield will miss out as he completes a three-match ban following his part in the mass brawl at Macclesfield so Leon Johnson could continue after his recall at the weekend.

On-loan Watford defender Rob Kiernan is undergoing intensive treatment on a hip injury but left-back Andy Sandell is still sidelined with a knee problem that is expected to keep him out for a minimum of six weeks.

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