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8:00am Saturday 15th September 2012 in Sport
Barnet haven’t claimed a League Two point away from Underhill this season but will be hoping to change that when they travel to Bradford City this afternoon.
The Bees are yet to taste victory under head coach Mark Robson and suffered a 3-1 defeat against table toppers Gillingham last time out.
Barnet have strengthened their squad this week following the arrival of Krystian Pearce and the defender will be hoping to make his debut against the Bantams.
Fellow new signing John Oster will be hoping to make his first start for the Bees and Robson believes the 33-year-old will be a big asset for the club. He said: “John obviously brings experience and he has a nice calmness on the ball. He isn’t match fit yet, which is why he didn’t start against Gillingham.
“But I am looking forward to working with him and getting him up to speed and I’m sure he will be a big asset to us.
“He will add his experience to the side which is what we need.”
Steve Kabba remains unavailable as he continues he rehabilitation from a knee injury. Andy Yiadom and Mark Byrne are both doubts for the clash after they picked up injuries in the defeat to Gillingham.
Jack Saville is expected to be fit for the clash but Jake Hyde could miss out with a dead leg and ankle injury.
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