All you need to know ahead of trip to Bromley in the Vanarama National League.
Paul Turnbull is suspended after his red card against Woking last Saturday.
Shaun Tuton remains unavailable following the injury he picked up at Maidstone two weeks ago.
Byron Harrison has made good improvements over the last week and could feature at some point over the Easter Weekend.
Barrow fought back twice with ten men last Saturday to draw 2-2 with Woking. This followed a 2-1 defeat by Maidstone a week earlier. The Bluebirds sit 7th in the table ahead of the game.
Bromley have won their last two games (4-3 at home to Wrexham and 2-0 away at York) and sit 11th in the table.
Last Time Out:
The two sides played out a 1-1 draw earlier in the season at the Furness Building Society Stadium. Byron Harrison opened the scoring but a late goal drew the visitors level.
Our last visit to Hayes Lane was not a happy one. The Bluebirds lost 5-0 in October 2015.
Live match coverage will be available on BBC Radio Cumbria.
You can listen online here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/bbc_radio_cumbria
We will have goal updates on our facebook:
We will have full live match updates on twitter:
Over 65’s £10
Under 16’s Free when accompanied by a full paying Adult, otherwise £5
Concessions apply to members of the Armed Forces and Emergency Services (ID required).
Barrow supporters are welcome in Bromley’s social club before the game called “Ravens Bar”. Live sport, real ale as well as fresh pizza and cornish pasties are available.