John Oster and Craig Beattie are doubts for Barnet.
Former Everton midfielder Oster has sat out the last three matches with a hamstring injury and is not expected to recover in time.
Ex-Celtic and Swansea striker Beattie was also forced to miss last weekend's 2-1 defeat at Plymouth with a hamstring problem and he will be checked over.
Player-manager Edgar Davids has drafted in Watford midfielder Ross Jenkins on a month's loan so he could make his debut.
Davids is still without forwards Ricky Holmes (foot) and Steve Kabba (knee) but Luke Gambin pushed his claims for a start with a goal for the reserves in midweek and fellow striker Jamal Lowe is back from a loan spell at Boreham Wood.
Andy Parrish remains Morecambe's only injury doubt.
Parrish has been sidelined in recent weeks with a thigh problem and will be assessed ahead of the trip to Underhill.
The Shrimps are enjoying a rich vein of form, winning five of their past eight matches, but goalkeeper Barry Roche believes the struggling Bees will provide them with a stern test.
He said: "It's always tough when you go to Barnet, no matter what position they are in the league, it's always a tough place to go.
"We've seen that over recent years where we've had a couple of really good battles with them.
"They're in desperate need of the points so it's a good game and a game we're all looking forward to."
Forward Jordan Burrow is pushing for inclusion after bagging a brace during Morecambe's 2-0 reserve win over Tranmere in midweek.