McLeod blow for threatened Bees

Barnet's hopes of beating the drop have been dealt a blow after boss Martin Allen ruled Izale McLeod out of Saturday's trip to Burton.

Last Updated: 03/05/12 at 15:59

McLeod: Down and out

McLeod: Down and out

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Allen revealed the 18-goal forward has picked up an injury as the Bees go in search of the win they need to guarantee their survival in League Two.

However, Allen insists everyone is in good spirits following the 4-0 win over AFC Wimbledon which took the relegation battle to the final day.

He told the club website: "There is no doubt we need to win this game and all our work this week has been geared towards a good performance and to continue the good work from last Saturday.

"Everyone here is chomping at the bit to play and to be involved and we will be doing everything we can to make sure Saturday is a good day."

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