Barrow travel to Nethermoor on Tuesday night with kick-off at 7:45pm as the Lions look for back to back home wins.
Segregation will be in place for this fixture with Barrow fans having the Railway End and second seated stand of the ground entering via turnstiles 7 & 8.
Tickets are available to buy online here or at the turnstiles.
Our last home game, the 1-0 win against AFC Fylde, was followed with a 4-0 humbling away at Sutton United over a week ago with three goals coming in the second half to kill off the hopes of getting a result on the road for the first time since Boxing Day.
We last faced Barrow way back in September on a rainy Tuesday evening in a match that ended 0-0 at Holker Street.
The Bluebirds had a weekend off with their opponents in FA Trophy action but they did end their long wait for a win last time out at Maidstone with a 1-0 victory, their first three points since 23rd December also away at Woking.
Both sides have had a period without a match following The Beast From The East with Guiseley last playing on 24th February whilst Barrow’s last fixture was on 20th February as their opponents were in Buildbase FA Trophy Action.
Following the loss to Sutton Sean St Ledger said “It is a disappointing result, we’ve played one of the best sides in the league but some of the goals conceded were not good enough, we have to focus now on Barrow.”
“I want to win football games and I want this football club to stay up.”
“I think at this stage of the season, it’s clear that we need to start winning.”
Rowan Liburd is enjoying his partnership with Dayle Southwell “Dayle is a great player, he has a lot of attributes that anyone can work with. Him playing alongside me is just a bonus, another threat for the defenders to deal with.”
“We have worked well in the short space of time we have played together.”
On his return from injury Will Hatfield said “Of course it is great to be back on the pitch. It’s been a long time out and that’s been frustrating.”
“I’m back now and feeling really good.”
Ahead of Tuesday’s fixture we also caught up with Adam Crookes who feels “We need to win a lot more games to gain our safety in this league.”
Talking about his time at Nethermoor so far the defender said “It has been good, definitely a learning curve for me. I am just enjoying my time here, there are some experienced players in the dressing room that are definitely helping me out on and off the pitch.
“Hopefully it will help with my development and obviously I have come here to help the club as well.”