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Clovis Kamdjo believes Barnet's home matches will be important in their League Two relegation fight
Clovis Kamdjo admits Barnet must start winning their matches at Underhill if they ease their League Two relegation fears.
Edgar Davids’ side are unbeaten in their last three league matches but have drawn their last two games at home 0-0.
The Bees are just one point above the relegation zone and welcome Southend United to Underhill tomorrow night.
Kamdjo said: “The home games are very important. We have to start getting wins at Underhill because we have some tough away matches.
“Tuesday is a game that we should win I feel.”
Kamdjo was a regular in the Barnet side at the beginning of the campaign but has not started a game since the Bees 3-2 victory against Burton Albion in December.
The Cameroonian midfielder was introduced as a 73rd minute substitute against Rochdale on Saturday and received strong support from the Bees fans. “It is always nice when you have the support of the fans,” Kamdjo said. “I will keep trying my best for the club and give my best when I am on the pitch.
“It has been difficult not playing but the team have been doing well. It is all about the team though not me.
“I have been training quite hard. You obviously need that match sharpness but I have done my best to keep myself ready to come into the side.”