9th December 2016
Darren Way’s side are unbeaten in eight League Two games and haven’t lost at Huish Park in the same number coming into tomorrow’s clash with Barnet (3pm).
The 5-0 win against Crawley Town last time out in the league moved the Glovers into the play-offs, and Lacey insists the squad feel capable of beating anyone.
Speaking to YTFC’s official YouTube channel, he said: “We’ve been really solid defensively and in the last few games we’ve been scoring a lot.
“It’s clicking on both fronts so it’s a really positive time.”
Town welcome a Barnet side who are unbeaten in seven matches themselves, with the 23-year-old expecting a stern test at Huish Park.
“With our recent form we believe we can beat anyone in the league,” said Lacey.
“They’re a strong, physical team – quite direct – but we’re looking forward to the game.
“I remember him (John Akinde) from last season’s game. He’s a handful but you’re going to come up against good players.
“We’ve just got to play our normal way and keep the winning run going.”
Yeovil haven’t lost at home since September 10th, and Lacey believes the run at home has been the catalyst to their recent success.
“It’s been important to keep the home form good and we have been," he said.
"It’s becoming a fortress at the minute so we need to keep it going and if we can pick up points away from home we’ll do well.”
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