Breen still missing for Bees

Barnet manager Ian Hendon will again be without assistant manager Gary Breen for their Carling Cup tie at home to Watford on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 10/08/09 at 17:49

Breen: Knee problem

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The 35-year-old picked up a knee injury in pre-season and missed the 1-0 defeat at Lincoln on Saturday and will not be risked against Malky Mackay's Championship side.

That should see Australian Dan Leach continue alongside Ismail Yakubu at the heart of Hendon's defence.

Forward John O'Flynn is closing in on a return to fitness from his foot injury but will also not feature, leaving veteran Paul Furlong to start.

Jake Hyde and defender Joe Devera both shook off groin problems to make the matchday 18 at Sincil Bank and should be involved again, while Ahmed Deen and Clovis Kamdjo are pushing for debuts.

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