Hendon to tinker for Lions clash

Barnet manager Ian Hendon will ring the changes as his side prepare to entertain Millwall in Tuesday night's Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash.

Last Updated: 31/08/09 at 17:09

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The first-ever meeting between the clubs in any competition is the second of three games in six days for Hendon's side, and while he is keen to win the tie, the Bees boss will switch his team around.

Paul Furlong will be rested after playing every minute of the last five games at the age of 40 so Jake Hyde should start up front after his late winner saw off Notts County at the weekend.

Phil Carpenter, Joe Devera, Yannick Bolasie, Joe Tabiri and Clovis Kamdjo are all hoping to start but Gary Breen (knee) and Kenny Gillet (hamstring) are out.

Hendon said: "The chairman has said that he dreams of Barnet reaching Wembley and maybe this game will bring the dream forward a little."

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