BRADLEY Bauress returned to the starting line-up for Barrow AFC in their FA Cup clash with Shaw Lane.
MICKY Moore opted for an attacking formation as Barrow AFC travelled to Northern Premier League leaders Shaw Lane in the FA Cup.
Liam Hughes, who had played in a three-man central defence in last week’s 2-2 draw against Leyton Orient, was left out in favour of attacking wideman Bradley Bauress.
Bauress made up a three-man front-line alongside Jordan White and Byron Harrison, while the defence reverted to centre-backs Jimmy Dunne and Jordon Thompson and full-backs Jack Barthram and Tony Diagne.
Adi Yussuf returned to the bench after several weeks out with a hamstring injury.
The hosts, beaten at home only once all season, featured experienced duo Damian Reeves and Paul Clayton in attack, with Chib Chilaka – a thorn in Barrow’s side for Harrogate Town in the FA Trophy last season – on the bench.
Shaw Lane: Jonathon Stewart, Neil Austin, Ryan Serrant, Kieran Lugsden, Kelvin Lugsden, Ryan Qualter, Alexander Byrne, Spencer Harris, Paul Clayton, Damian Reeves, Nicky Walker.
Substitutes: Chib Chilaka, Sam Osborne, Cameron Hough, Godwin Adabaki, Sam Jepson.
Barrow AFC: Joel Dixon, Jack Barthram, Tony Diagne, Jimmy Dunne, Jordon Thompson, Alex-Ray Harvey, Bedsente Gomis, Chris Clements, Jordan White, Bradley Bauress, Byron Harrison.
Substitutes: Stuart Moore, Adi Yussuf, Asa Hall, Harry Panayiotou, Paul Bignot, Donovan Makoma.