Glovers manager Darren Way is wary of the threat Colchester United possess despite being in a lowly position.
The U’s visit Huish Park tomorrow (3pm) off the back of a nine-match winless run in Sky Bet League Two.
John McGreal’s side are one point off the relegation zone and despite Yeovil’s five-game unbeaten streak, Way insists there are no easy matches in the division.
“They’ll certainly be up for the game,” he told YTFC.net.
“They’ve got young players, who are quite athletic, they like to hit people on the counter-attack.”
He continued: “I think every game is difficult in League Two; the league is very tight.
“A couple of defeats you could be at the other end, a couple of wins you could be close to the play-offs.
“Every game you win at this level is something to be proud of.
“We’ve got to make sure we do our best to come out with a result that could potentially push us into the play-offs.”
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