There are a handful of tickets remaining for the final coach leaving Edgar Street for Barnet at 2pm tomorrow.
The club will be unable to book any more coaches once the sixth coach is full so anyone wishing to travel should contact the club as soon as possible. Around 300 fans are expected to travel on the free travel, with plenty more making their own way down to Underhill from various parts of the country.
On the pitch, Rob Purdie remains in contention for a return to the Bulls side for tomorrow's crunch match at Barnet. He has resumed training this week and is hopeful of playing some part in the match.
Benoit Dalibard will be assessed after breaking down in the pre-match warm up last Friday, Ben Purkiss continues to receive treatment over a hamstring problem, while Ryan Green remains doubtful due to his ongoing injury concern. However James McQuilkin and Simon Clist are not expected to be available for the match with their respective injuries.
The Bees are expected to partner top scorer Izale McLeod with winger Ricky Holmes up front as big striker Ben May is still an injury doubt. The Stevenage striker is still struggling with a hamstring problem that ruled him out of Monday's game, while fellow striker Steve Kabba will not play again this season.
Apart from May, Bees boss Lawrie Sanchez is hoping to have former Bulls loanee Darren Dennehy back after missing the last five matches with a foot problem. Sanchez told their official site last weekend that the former Cardiff man had received an injection to cure the problem and that he hoped the big defender would be fit for the final four matches.