The Iron head back on the road in the Vanarama National League this Friday with a trip to The Hive in London, the home of Barnet FC.
Click here for ticket details ahead of Friday, October 28th’s (7.45pm kick-off) clash against Barnet.
Tickets will be available for purchase on matchday too, with no price increase, and on the day purchase in-person is by card or contactless only as The Hive is a completely cashless venue.
Tony Daws (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).
Andrew Boyce (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).
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Aiden Marsh (foot fracture), Liam Feeney & Jordan Hallam (hamstrings) continue to miss out through their respective injuries.
Ahead of the game, when discussing if everybody made it through the Gateshead game, Daws said: “There are no problems. You always get a few bumps and bruises, but everybody is alright.”
Barnet currently sit 10th in the Vanarama National League, registering seven wins out of fifteen matches so far.
The Bees completed an impressive turnaround mid-week away at Bromley, coming back from 1-0 down in the 85thminute to win 3-1 thanks to an Idris Kanu strike and Harry Pritchard brace inside seven minutes.
Barnet dropped back down to the English fifth-tier in 2018 following a three-season stint in League Two, where back-to-back 15th placed finishes was followed up by a 23rd after just missing out on survival through goal difference on the last day of the 2017/18 season.
Following relegation, Barnet became the only non-league club to reach the FA Cup fourth round in the 2018/19 season after victories against Bristol Rovers, Stockport County and Sheffield United.
Their best finish in the National League since returning came in the 2019/20 curtailed season, which saw them reach seventh through a points-per-game model, however their worst season soon followed.
Barnet finished 22nd in the 2020/21 season, which would’ve seen the Bees relegated if the National League North/South regional tiers weren’t abandoned.
For more information on our visitors, click here.
The referee will be Lewis Smith, assisted by Jack Oxenhamand Christopher Myatt. The fourth official will be John Perry.
Barnet state that parking can be found at the ground, with an ANPR parking system in place, click here for details.
Iron fans will be situated in Stand ’66 at The Hive, which is the most recent redevelopment after having opened in 2016 to replace the North Terrace.
|2000-01 - Sat 31 Mar||DIV 3||Iron 2-1 Barnet||Larusson, Torpey|
|2000-01 - Sat 16 Dec||DIV 3||Barnet 4-2 Iron||Torpey, Ipoua|
|1998-99 - Sat 24 Apr||DIV 3||Iron 3-1 Barnet||Calvo-Garcia, Eyre, Forrester|
|1998-99 - Tue 10 Nov||DIV 3||Barnet 1-0 Iron|
|1997-98 - Sat 7 Feb||DIV 3||Iron 1-1 Barnet||Walker|
|1997-98 - Sat 20 Sep||DIV 3||Barnet 0-1 Iron||Eyre|
|1996-97 - Tue 8 Apr||DIV 3||Barnet 1-1 Iron||Jones|
|1996-97 - Sat 28 Sep||DIV 3||Iron 1-2 Barnet||Clarkson|
|1995-96 - Sat 3 Feb||DIV 3||Barnet 1-0 Iron|
|1995-96 - Sat 26 Aug||DIV 3||Iron 2-0 Barnet||Thomas (og), McFarlane|
|1994-95 - Sat 17 Sep||DIV 3||Iron 1-0 Barnet||Juryeff|
|1994-95 - Sat 13 Aug||DIV 3||Barnet 1-2 Iron||Juryeff, Henderson|
|1992-93 - Sat 24 Apr||DIV 3||Iron 2-0 Barnet||Goodacre, Helliwell|
|1992-93 - Sat 17 Oct||DIV 3||Barnet 3-0 Iron|
|1991-92 - Sat 11 Apr||DIV 3||Iron 1-1 Barnet||Hamilton|
|1991-92 - Tue 17 Sep||DIV 3||Barnet 3-2 Iron||Humphries, White|
Our full record against Barnet is as follows:
|IRON WINS||DRAWS||BARNET WINS|