Don Valley Stadium, March 5, 3pm
PAUL Fairclough took temporary charge of the Bees last season after Ian Hendon’s sacking and guided them to safety.
And following Mark Stimson’s dismissal in January, he has been tasked with repeating the feat.
Fairclough’s stock is likely to stay high at Barnet regardless of the outcome after he masterminded their ascent into the Football League in 2005.
MARK Marshall seems to have finally found his feet in league football with Barnet after making mainly substitute appearances with Swindon Town.
The quick and tricky winger is now a mainstay with the Bees, topping the club’s goalscoring and assists chart.
Though only slight in stature, the 24-year-old is a real handful due to his close control and fearlessness.