Wing-back Rhys Norrington-Davies will return to action for Barrow AFC at Wrexham tonight after almost two months out with a thigh injury.

Norrington-Davies last featured for the Bluebirds in the goalless draw against FC Halifax Town on January 19, with the 19-year-old suffering a setback in his recovery midway through last month that kept him out for three more weeks.

He returned to training last week, although manager Ian Evatt felt it was too soon to bring the Sheffield United loanee back for last Saturday’s 2-1 win over Aldershot Town.

Evatt said: “Rhys has been out for seven weeks and has only trained this week, so we’ve got to look after him.

“It wouldn’t have been ideal for him to play both games, so we have to try and manage that and I thought on Saturday we could give him some more work and try and get him up to speed a bit.

“He’ll be available for selection on Tuesday.”

Despite Norrington-Davies’ comeback, Barrow remain short of options at the back at the Racecourse Ground, after they suffered a couple of defensive injuries against the Shots, with club captain Josh Granite and Brian Wilson already on the sidelines.

Evatt said: “We’re picking up niggles – Sam [Hird], with a hamstring niggle and Connor Brown looks like he’s got a knee injury. Very rarely have we been able to pick the same team twice.”