Barnet v Charlton preview

Team news for Saturday afternoon's FA Cup clash between Barnet and Charlton Athletic at Underhill.

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Barnet will be boosted by the return of Steve Kabba for the visit of Charlton in the FA Cup.

The experienced striker has been sidelined for a month with ankle ligament damage but resumed training on Thursday and will be added to Mark Stimson's injury-hit squad.

The Bees are missing centre-halves Darren Dennehy (foot) and Daniel Leach (ankle) and forwards Danny Kelly (ankle) and Danny Hart (hamstring).

Izale McLeod misses a reunion with his old club as he recovers from knee surgery, but former Addicks defender Grant Basey came through 90 minutes against Stevenage in midweek after an ankle injury and will start again.

On loan players George Francomb, Mark Byrne and Kevin Gallen all have permission to play from their parent clubs.

Charlton will be without Lee Martin when they travel to Barnet in the FA Cup.

Midfielder Martin, who was suspended against Swindon in midweek, is ineligible to play in the competition under the terms of his loan from Ipswich.

But they have had some good news from defender Matt Fry's parent club West Ham.

The Hammers initially refused the player permission to play but have relented and Fry will now keep his place.

Kyel Reid had been sidelined for a fortnight with an ankle injury but was on the bench at Swindon.

Ross Wormer, Miguel Llera, Jonathan Fortune, Alan McCormack, Akpo Sodje and Pawel Abbott will be pushing for starts if manager Phil Parkinson, who has named the same starting line-up for the last three games, decides to rest anyone.

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