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Barnet defender Barry Fuller feels Underhill is a a 'difficult place to come to' for opposing League Two sides
Barnet defender Barry Fuller feels the Bees have made Underhill “a difficult place to come to” for visiting sides.
Edgar Davids’ side have suffered just one home league defeat in League Two since October 19 and have conceded just once at Underhill in 2013.
Barnet host 16th-placed Rochdale this weekend and Fuller says the Bees do not fear anybody in the division.
He said: “We have a fairly good record at Underhill this season. We are making it a difficult place to come to for other teams.
“It is a tighter pitch than a lot of the teams are used to but it is a good pitch to play on and we like to play our football there.
“The way we have been playing teams are probably happy to come to Underhill and get a point off us. That is compliment to us and we believe that we can win our home games.
“The home form is important no matter what level you play at and over the course of the season our home form has been good.
“So we are ready to face anybody and we do not fear anyone in the league.”
Despite the Bees’ improved form since Davids’ arrival, they remain in relegation trouble and are just one point ahead of bottom-of-the-table AFC Wimbledon.
When Barnet took on Rochdale earlier in the campaign, they were beaten 2-0 and that scoreline didn’t reflect the Dale’s dominance throughout the contest.
However, Fuller admits the Bees are a much-changed outfit from the one that was defeated at Spotland.
He said: “At the start of the season it wasn’t going too well for us. We were going into every game looking to win but when you are in a sticky patch it is a bit tougher to show that belief on the pitch.
“In the past few months though we have played well against a lot of teams and they would’ve been wondering why we are near the bottom of the table.
“But we have rolled our sleeves up for the second half of the season and we are starting to get some vital wins.”
He added: “We have controlled some games without getting the points that we necessarily deserved.
"But we are confident and we believe that if we keep putting the performances in then we will get the three points.”