The fight for points to claim a play-off pace goes on and as long as the team who done so well away to Burton and also yesterday against Stevenage turn up, we have a good chance to win this game and put three more points on the board.
Once again its not going to be an easy game, Barrow will be scraping for the points as well, but if we play to our best then I do feel the game is there to be one.
I can't see that Bucks will look to make any changes in the line up, other than the ones he will have too as Mansell will miss this game I believe, due to his sending off.
Enzo asked should we have Poke back on the bench and I do feel it would make perfect sense to have cover in the remaining games.
Things are in our own hands still, a draw or even a defeat will mean we may have to win our last game and hope results go our way elsewhere, lets hope that will not be the case.
It could still mean we will have to win both our last games anyway, so lets get the three points and head into the Burton game on a high and ready to fight them for the points on offer in that game.
With Weymouth in the situation they are; I think Barrow only need a point to guarantee BSP status for next year so think it may well be a case of trying to break down a defensive minded side.
Thompson, Ellis and Stevens all started against Barrow last month and with Mansell suspended, Hargreaves under the weather and maybe the need for some more attacking play, who is to say that all three won't start again?
Hopefully we can do enough to get into the play offs and not end up with yet another last day of the season shoot out.
The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward and questions him.
Provided we win up at Barrow, then there is no eventuality that will mean that we need to win against Burton, because of the Stevenage vs Kidderminster game in midweek.
It may turn out that we shall need only one point against Burton, however if Stevenage lose on Tuesday and we beat Barrow, then our play-off place is guaranteed. Even if Stevenage only draw, their goal difference is significantly inferior to ours.
Everyone seems quite apprehensive about our trip to Barrow and I suppose there is always the danger that nerves may take a hold and our players may tend to panic somewhat.
However, for me Barrow were one of the worst teams to come to Plainmoor for many a year and we absolutely steamrollered them in that game. I am confident that a similar performance, despite a long trip to a cold and not so hospitable place, will see us take the points comfortably.
As for Barrow 3 Crawley 3 recently, two things make me believe that the result flattered the home team. Firstly, Crawley were still in with a shout of the play-offs, albeit a faint one, when they beat us at Plainmoor, and yet they managed to concede three goals to a poor team when that hope had disappeared.
Secondly, through their cretin of a manager who seems to have a vendetta against the so-called rich, massive clubs in the BSP, Crawley were desperate to beat us and, to be fair, on the day appeared to want the win more. They really should have hammered Barrow through a comparison of recent results.
We must not underestimate Barrow on their own turf, but I am certain that we will not do that and that we will come away with a comfortable win.