Barnet Vs Plymouth Argyle, Tue 13 Sep 2011

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Barnet look set to include new signing Lloyd Owusu in their squad for their fixture against Plymouth.

After training with the Bees last week, the 34-year-old striker has joined on a short-term deal following a recent spell in Cyprus with AEP Pathos and is likely to start on the bench.

The former Brentford man has been brought in to provide extra attacking options for manager Lawrie Sanchez after Jason Price completed his move to table-topping Morecambe.

Barnet have failed to record a league win since the opening day but welcome bottom-placed Plymouth to Underhill.

Midfielder Tommy Fraser is available after recovering from concussion, while defender Anwar Uddin could also be fit having missed recent games with a groin problem.

Plymouth will be without Ladjie Soukouna.

Soukouna was sent off late on in the Pilgrims' 2-0 home defeat to Port Vale on Saturday for a trip on Vale's Rob Taylor and has, subsequently, received a one-mach ban.

Meanwhile, 16-year-old striker Matt Lecointe could be in line for a second consecutive first-team start after impressing on debut at the weekend.

"I decided to give (Lecointe) a go at home, and I thought he did alright. It was difficult for him," boss Peter Reid told the club's official website.

"I think he was feeling it a bit, which he is likely to do considering his age.

"To be fair to him, I think he can be really pleased with what he did."

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