Barnet travelled to Woking without full back, Andy Yiadom who was serving the first game of a three match ban after being sent off on the Saturday away at Welling. Centre back, Anthony Acheampong came in at right back in a side still missing a number of players such as Mark Byrne, Luke Gambin and Jake Hyde.
The home side started brighter and had a few shots at goal which went just wide. Curtis Weston and Kieron Cadogan both had efforts go just wide for the Bees. Graham Stack had to save well from a Gavin Williams shot. The Woking goalkeeper, Beasant, was called into action saving a well hit shot by Keanu Marsh-Brown.
Josh Payne almost put Woking ahead with a fine shot that went just wide of the post as Woking continued to have the better chances, though Marsh-Brown was unlucky to see a fine shot drift just wide of the post with Beasant well beaten.
HT: Cards 0 Bees 0
Harry Crawford blazed over soon after the restart when well placed after a fine cross from Marsh-Brown and Marciano Mengerink came very close with a shot that flew across the goal but just went wide of the post.
But as the half wore on, the home side took control and spurned enough chances to have won the match comfortably. Graham Stack saved one effort from crossing the line with his leg and another chance was headed just over. Stack somewhat flapped at a close range header by McNerney and it took an acrobatic clearance from Weston to prevent Woking from going ahead. In the end, Barnet survived to take a point which might be seen as a rather fortunate one.
FT: Cards 0 Bees 0
Barnet: Stack; Acheampong, Stephens, Saville, Johnson; Marsh-Brown, Weston, Roberto Casabella, Cadogan; Crawford (Luisma Villa 83), Mengerink (Allen 69).
Subs Not Used: Jupp, Abdulla, Davids