Barnet can welcome back Kyle De Silva for the final match at Underhill against Wycombe.
The on-loan Crystal Palace striker has missed the last three matches through suspension after he was sent off against Dagenham last month.
But defender Barry Fuller is still banned having been further punished by the FA for his red card in the same match.
Fuller served a two-match suspension for his dismissal following an altercation with the referee after the final whistle, but was given a further two-game ban meaning he will not be back until the trip to Northampton on the final day of the season.
Strikers Ricky Holmes (foot) and Steve Kabba (knee) remain long-term absentees for the Bees, who are leaving their home of 106 years at the end of the season.
Wycombe captain Dave Winfield and top scorer Matt McClure are both doubts for the Chairboys.
Former Aldershot defender Winfield, who missed Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Northampton, has a calf problem while 11-goal McClure, who was withdrawn in that stalemate, is sweating on a knee injury.
If their skipper fails to make it then Leon Johnson could deputise once more while Junior Morias and Sam Wood will both be hoping they get the nod to replace McClure.
Stuart Lewis returned to the Chairboys' starting line-up against the promotion hopefuls following his two-match ban and he is expected to keep his place in Gareth Ainsworth's side.
Kortney Hause looks set to be on the bench more having returned to the matchday squad after illness but Anthony Stewart, Matt Bloomfield, Danny Foster and Grant Basey remain sidelined.