Date: 12th February 2015 at 8:40pm
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Manager Ian Holloway has said he’s desperate to get our home form back on track this season, given we are winless at The Den going back to the end of October but before we get another chance to try and rectify that we do of course have three points to win when we face Leeds United on Saturday.

Speaking to the official site ahead of our trip to Elland Road, the manager said following the last result especially we are ‘feeling good’ about ourselves, and we will be going there confident looking for victory, because he really feels we are starting to show the signs of a really good team now.

‘I was so pleased for those fans who travelled up to Birmingham and of course what I want more than anything is for those who come to The Den regularly to experience that feeling. Ideally I’d like to win at home and draw away, but at the moment it’s round the other way once more, and the challenge is, can we make it three wins in a row on the road?’

Holloway goes on to say that since the newbies came into the club in four games we have taken seven points which is a good turn around, but of course the Huddersfield loss on home soil is galling because a point there would see us out of the bottom three.

‘If we keep doing well on our travels then maybe it takes a bit of pressure off us at home, and after Leeds we’ll be working very hard to try to start winning games at The Den.’

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