Date: 4th May 2007 at 9:28pm
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Barnet face Wycombe Wanderers in their final game of the season in what will certainly be an emotion-packed day for all supporters, as thye say goodbye to a number of players.

Barnet Team News:

The much-loved skipper Ian Hendon will wear his black and amber shirt for the final time as he leads out his Barnet side tomorrow afternoon.

A host of other players will also be saying their farewellls that afternoon too. First-teamers Barry Cogan and Adam Gross make their final appearances, and the legend that is Andy Hessenthaler could play his final game ever before retiring.

Nicky Nicolau, Paul Warhurst, Richard Graham and Magno Vieira could all come off the bench for their final appearances. Jason Norville is another departing Barnet, along with.Ross Flitney and Anthony Charles but they are not expected to step onto the turf.

Barnet will also be saying goodbye to Dean Sinclair who is moving on to better things this summer, along with transfer-listed Nicky Bailey who should also be signing for a bigger club.

Likely Line-up (4-4-2):

GK: Harrison

RB: Hendon (c)
CB: Devera
CB: King
LB: Gross

RM: Cogan
CM: Bailey
CM: Sinclair
LM: Puncheon

ST: Hatch
ST: Birchall

Subs: Flitney, Warhurst, Hessenthaler, Graham, Grazioli

Player to watch: Ian Hendon – Right-Back & Captain

A truly inspirational captain makes his final appearance for the Bees and I’m sure supporters all over the ground will be showing their appreciation for his efforts since signing for the club

Wycombe Wanderers Team News:

Jermaine Easter’s red card last week means he misses out with suspension, so Scott McGleish should replace him.

Keeper Ricardo Batista has recovered from a thigh injury, but on-loan winger Lionel Ainsworth has returned to his parent club.

Player to watch: Scott McGleish – Striker

Hopefully our former forward won’t ruin the atmosphere with any goals to deny Barnet a win on the final day of the season.

Match Prediction:

Barnet 2 – 1 Wycombe Wanderers – the Bees to end the season on a high. Hendon with the winning goal – from the penalty spot!