15th August 2022

Yeovil Town host their second game at Huish Park in a matter of days against Barnet on Tuesday evening (7:45pm).

Looking to follow up on a strong performance against Wrexham, Chris Hargreaves will be hoping for his first three points of the season.

Chris Hargreaves’ thoughts 

The boss reflected on Saturday’s draw and looked ahead to Tuesday’s game.

Team news

The boss confirmed after the Wrexham game that Ben Richards-Everton has suffered an injury and are awaiting further news on his return.

On the other hand, Lawson D’Ath returned to the pitch as a second half substitute and will be hoping for more minutes against the Bees.

A foot in the opposition camp

The Bee’s have been a familiar opposition for the Glovers in recent years, and there’s a very familiar face wearing the armband.

Former Town midfielder Dale Gorman is now the Barnet club captain and will be returning to Yeovil just months after departing.

In the dugout, Dean Brennan remains at the helm at the Hive. The former Wealdstone manager enters his second season in charge and will he hoping to improve on their mid table finish.

Have we met before?

Since returning to the National League, Yeovil and Barnet have played out some memorable occasions, the stand-out of those being the 19/20 play-off eliminator at Huish Park, in which Barnet snatched a victory over the Glovers.

Last season, the game at Huish Park went Yeovil’s way, with Adi Yussuf’s first half header separating the two sides.

In April, a Yeovil Town side managed by Charlie Lee for the first time were held to a 2-2 draw by the Bees.

Community hero

This week’s community hero is Karina Parsons.

Karina is a member of the Yeovil Town Disabled Supporters Association supporting their events and has been fundraising and volunteering for many years…. St Margaret’s Hospice,  Brownie and Rainbow leader, Bradford Abbas School Governor.

Last year she was asked to become The Lady President of Yeovil And District Ladies Skittles, leagues having enjoyed playing for 40 years.

Karina is a key fundraiser for the YDH New Breast Cancer Unit Appeal having being diagnosed with the condition in 2018 and initially did a fundraising calendar which certainly took her out of her comfort zone.  Today they have raised £2.2M against a target of £2.5M with work due to start on the new unit this year which will provide a dedicated centre for the patients at the hospital.   


Tickets for the game can be purchased from the online ticket office until 4:45pm on match day for physical tickets.

Following this, they can be purchased in person from the ticket office, however this is subject to a small price increased. We strongly recommend getting to Huish Park early to avoid queues.