Two draws away from home is not bad going. But with Welling having just come up from the Conference South and Woking languishing in the drop zone, a victory from at least one of those 2 away games would have been welcome.
The speedy and effervescent Marsh-Brown again stood out for the Bees. Keanu converted a crucial penalty at Park View Road, before scoring what looked like a late winner in Woking, only for the linesman to inexplicably flag offside when it looked like he was a good yard or two behind the defender when the pass was made. Perhaps KMB is too fast for most Conference linesmen, as well as the majority of Skrill Premier defenders.
Following those 2 away draws, Barnet will hope for a second consecutive home win against Wrexham when the BT Sport cameras roll into Camrose Avenue on Sunday. The club has a couple of fantastic offers available for this game. Kids can get into the Hive for just one pound, whilst all other tickets are half price. What a bargain!
Let’s hope these special offers generate a bumper crowd and cracking atmosphere on Sunday. Having not scored in open play for the last two games, what a boon it is to see Dani Lopez return to Barnet.
A quiz question for years to come, the Stevenage striker scored a hat-trick for the Bees whilst on loan last season during a terrific 4-1 win against Morecambe, only to score another hat-trick the very next weekend, this time in League One for his parent club.
What price a third hat-trick in the Skrill Premier this weekend?! With Jake Hyde having a scan to assess the extent of his ankle injury, the signing could not have come at a better time. Twitter has been buzzing with excitement this evening following his signing.
A great move by the club and just what was needed frankly after the Woking game. Barnet have signed a proven goalscorer just in time for Sunday, so get yourself down to the Hive and buy a half price ticket to see Lopez hopefully add to his four Barnet goals from last season!