Barnet travel to Cheltenham Town tomorrow looking to claim just their second away win of the season.
The Bees secured a point after coming from behind to claim a 2-2 draw with Oxford United last time out.
However, despite the draw, Barnet are back at the bottom of the table after Wycombe Wanderers and Aldershot Town recorded victories.
But there are now just three points covering the bottom six sides in the division and Bees joint head coach Edgar Davids stated he is “not really worried” about the battle at the bottom of the table.
The Champions League winner said: “It is going to be a little dance (at the bottom). But the progression is good and we could have won the game (against Oxford).
I saw a lot of positive things in the system we played and the things we did. So I’m not really worried.”
Davids is back from his suspension after missing the draw against Oxford United while new loan signings Andy Iro and George Barker could feature.
John Oster and Collins John are unlikely to feature while long-term absentees Steve Kabba and Ismeal Kamara remain injured.
The two sides faced each other on three occasions last season but the Bees failed to record a victory.
In their last meeting the Robins claimed a 2-0 win through goals from Kaid Mohamed and James Spencer.