Aldershot will be boosted by the return of last season's top scorer Danny Hylton for Barnet's visit to the Recreation Ground.
The striker is available for selection after completing an eight-match suspension for racial abuse.
Midfielder Josh Payne is also included in the squad after missing out on Saturday.
On-loan forward Kwesi Appiah could make his first start for Aldershot since arriving from Crystal Palace. Appiah made his Shots debut from the bench against Morecambe on Saturday and is vying for a place in the starting line-up.
Ross Worner remains out with an injured back, while Craig Stanley is a long-term absentee with a broken leg.
Otherwise, manager Dean Holdsworth has no fresh injury concerns.
Rock-bottom Barnet will check on Mark Byrne, Andy Yiadom and Jake Hyde.
Midfielder Byrne and winger Yiadom missed Saturday's 3-0 loss at Bradford after picking up ankle injuries in the home defeat by Gillingham the previous weekend, while striker Hyde was ruled out with a dead leg.
Skipper Jon Fortune could return to the back four having only made the bench at Valley Parade following a knee knock.
Goalkeeper Liam O'Brien was also among the subs after three weeks out with a groin strain and he will challenge Graham Stack for his place.
Full-back Danny Senda and striker Steve Kabba remain on the sidelines as they recover from long-term knee injuries.