Barnet may not have won in League Two for six games but they are unbeaten in their last four matches at Underhill and will look to extend that run as they welcome Burton Albion this evening.
While the Bees have struggled on their travels this season but they haven’t tasted defeat at Underhill in the League since the October 13 – although they have drawn their last three matches at home.
The last time the two sides met Barnet recorded a 2-1 victory courtesy of goals from Mark Byrne and Mark Hughes – it was a victory which kept the Bees in the Football League.
However, the last occasion they faced each other at Underhill, Burton inflicted a heavy 6-3 defeat.
Burton sit 9th in the table and have lost just three time in their last nine league matches.
“They are going to be looking for a result against us because, at the end of the day, we are bottom of the league,” Davids explained.
“So if you are looking at it, and it is going to happen every week, teams will be looking to get the three points.
“We have to find something to change that though.
“It is a dogfight down at the bottom and you need to get the results in. We will try to improve and see how we will match them up.”