We take a look at the latest from both camps ahead of Saturday’s game at The Abbey Stadium (3pm kick-off).
David Dunn will have some decisions to make over his selection when Barrow return to action against Cambridge United this weekend.
Kgose Ntlhe and Scott Quigley both got minutes under their belts after injury during Tuesday’s Papa John’s Trophy game against Accrington Stanley and will hope to press their claims to be involved on Saturday.
However, Courtney Baker-Richardson, Tom Beadling (groin), Lewis Hardcastle (ankle) and James Jones (ankle) are all still in the treatment room and won’t be involved against The U’s.
High-flying Cambridge were also able to rotate their squad during their midweek Papa John’s Trophy action, making five changes as they drew 1-1 with Peterborough United.
Adam May returned to training last week and has now started the last two games after injury so he will be hoping to be given the nod to face Barrow this weekend.
However, Paul Digby is still recovering from a facial injury and is unlikely to be involved, while fellow midfielder Liam O’Neil is working his way back to fitness after a hamstring issue.