No fresh injury concerns for Barnet ahead of Cambridge clash
Kevin Nugent appears to have no new selection problems as his Barnet side prepare to take on Cambridge in Sky Bet League Two.
Goalkeeper Jamie Stephens, who has not played since early January, continues to struggle with a calf problem, while midfielder Jack Taylor remains sidelined as he recovers from a hernia.
Full-back James Pearson (knee) could return to action in the next few weeks but strikers Michael Gash (knee) and Shaun Batt (hamstring) are out for the rest of the season.
Manager Nugent has a lack of experience at his disposal should he wish to make changes, with six of the seven substitutes named against Portsmouth last week aged 22 or under.
Cambridge manager Shaun Derry has no fresh injury or suspension concerns as they travel to the Hive Stadium on Saturday.
The U's midweek game against Accrington was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch so Barry Corr, who has been out for a year due to a knee injury, is still looking for his first start of the season.
Corr has made three substitute appearances but is hoping to be included in the starting XI as Cambridge look to secure back-to-back wins.
Greg Taylor (groin) and Leon Davies (shoulder) remain sidelined due to injury.