No fresh injury concerns for Barnet ahead of Port Vale clash

Posted Monday, March 12, 2018 by PA

No fresh injury concerns for Barnet ahead of Port Vale clash

Barnet have no fresh selection concerns ahead of Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two relegation clash with Port Vale.

Bees manager Graham Westley will continue to be without defenders Harry Taylor (metatarsal) and Richard Brindley (knee).

Left-back Elliott Johnson and forward Dave Tarpey (both knee) are long-term absentees and remain unavailable for the London club.

Bottom club Barnet are currently seven points adrift of safety, with opponents Vale just outside the relegation zone.

Port Vale boss Neil Aspin could name an unchanged team following Saturday’s draw at Grimsby.

Vale top-scorer Tom Pope remains sidelined, while defender Antony Kay (also hernia) is unlikely to be available, despite returning to training.

Midfielder Marcus Harness will hope to retain his place after making his first start in three weeks against the Mariners.

Striker Tyrone Barnett and midfielder Ben Whitfield are among the players pushing for starts after coming off the bench at the weekend.




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