Barnet manager Paul Fairclough has called on strike duo Steve Kabba and Izale McLeod to fire them to safety.
Kabba and McLeod have both missed large chunks of the season with knee injuries but have played the last two matches together in attack.
However, the Bees have not found the net in their last four outings and are back on the foot of the table ahead of Saturday's trip to Cheltenham.
Fairclough also has to arrest the dreadful away form which has seen them pick up just one win on the road all season.
"We're not bad now at keeping goals out and we've proved that with a lot of draws, but we're not scoring any goals and we have to address that very quickly," he said.
"I'm confident we can manufacture a point away but with the home form we're in we have to get more and that's a real challenge for us and everyone has to stand up - no-one is going to help us."