Barnet v Swindon preview
Last Updated: 31/12/17 4:02pm
Craig Ross is likely to continue in goal for Barnet for the Sky Bet League Two visit of Swindon.
Ross deputised for Jamie Stephens on Saturday with the Bees number one struggling with a hamstring injury sustained on Boxing Day.
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Defender Dwight Pascal is hoping to return to the squad after being left out for the last two games following the completion of a three-match ban.
Forwards Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Dave Tarpey, midfielder Curtis Weston, full-back Elliott Johnson (all knee) and defender Harry Taylor (foot) are unlikely to return.
Swindon manager David Flitcroft could name an unchanged side.
The Robins boss shook things up following the 5-0 loss to Luton on Boxing Day, making four changes for the clash with high-flying Notts County on Saturday.
Reice Charles-Cook, Kyle Knoyle, Chris Robertson and Ellis Iandolo all started and earned praise from Flitcroft after a 1-0 victory.
Lawrence Vigouroux, Ben Purkiss, Matty Taylor and Paul Mullin dropped to the bench and look set to have to wait for another chance.
Barnet haven't beaten Swindon at home since February 2007, a 1-0 victory - the Bees are winless in three matches on home soil in all competitions (D2 L1).
Swindon haven't visited Barnet in the Football League since April 2012 - they won 2-0 under Paolo Di Canio.
Barnet have lost five of their last six league matches on New Year's Day (D1) since a 1-0 win over Lincoln in 1992.
Swindon haven't played an away match on New Year's Day since 2007, when they won 1-0 at MK Dons.