Accrington boss John Coleman has no new injury concerns.
Midfielder Charlie Barnett, who enjoyed an impressive start to the season before injuries curtailed his progress, returned to Stanley’s squad for the goalless draw at Shrewsbury on Easter Monday.
Fellow midfielder Ray Putterill is also nearing full fitness and defender Kevin Long, who has missed a large chunk of the season with a broken toe, looks set to be be among the substitutes again.
Three points for Stanley could potentially confirm their place in the top seven with one game still to play.
Coleman said: “If we would have won three or four of the draws we’ve had away from home we’d be comfortably up.”
Relegation battlers Barnet are without Steve Kabba.
The 11-goal striker was this week ruled out of the Bees’ final two games of the season with a knee injury.
Loanee Jack Midson, who was ineligible to face his parent club Oxford last week, will start alongside Izale McLeod in attack.
Sam Deering, who is also on loan from Oxford, returns to the midfield.
Full-back Matt Parsons is sidelined with an Achilles injury and joins goalkeeper Jake Cole (knee) and centre-half Anwar Uddin (ankle) in the treatment room.
Defender Darren Dennehy, who has been out since September with a foot ligament injury, is back in training but is not expected to figure again this season.