Barnet and Doncaster both without first-choice goalkeepers for Saturday's game
Barnet goalkeeper Josh Vickers is set to deputise for Jamie Stephens when Barnet entertain Doncaster at The Hive Stadium on Saturday.
Vickers, on loan from Swansea, made his first-team return in Barnet's recent win over Leyton Orient after he replaced Stevens, who limped off with a knee problem.
Michael Gash, Shaun Batt, Ben Tomlinson, and James Pearson all remain sidelined through injury.
Meanwhile Luke Gambin has been placed on the transfer list after he turned down a new contract.
Doncaster could hand a debut to new signing Ian Lawlor after goalkeeper Marko Marosi was ruled out for several months.
Lawlor arrived from Manchester City on a two-and-a-half year deal on Friday and will compete with Ross Etheridge, who is hopinh to make his first league start since the end of October, for the goalkeeping jersey.
Marosi damaged ankle ligaments towards the end of last week's home win against Portsmouth and could be ruled out for the rest of the season.
Striker Liam Mandeville is still struggling with the thigh problem that has kept him out of the last two matches, while striker Alfie May is hoping to make his debut after recently joining from non-league Hythe Town.
Boss Darren Ferguson has no other new injury worries, but Gary McSheffrey (groin), Luke McCullough and Aaron Taylor-Sinclair (both knee) are still out.