Manager Darren Way is looking to make Huish Park a fortress, starting with the visit of Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday night (7.45pm).
The Glovers have five draws from their opening seven league games in Somerset, collecting one victory and one defeat in the other two.
After Saturday's 0-0 draw with Tranmere Rovers, Town will look to a return to winning ways against the Railwaymen who make the trip south following a 1-0 win at Stevenage last time out.
Speaking to YTFC.net Way said: "We've got two very long away trips coming up so we need to start making this place a fortress.
"Teams are coming here and slowing the game down and stopping our counter-attack, but if we keep performing with the same level of energy, desire and commitment I know the wins will come.
"The clean sheet on Saturday is a big, big positive for us to build on. I know if I can get 11 players, seven subs, my staff and all the supporters dreaming and believing then we can get a result."
The green and whites are unbeaten in their last four outings against Crewe and will look to record a third straight win at Huish Park over the Cheshire outfit.