After a fantastic week, with two league wins topped off with a history making FA Cup win at Kingstonian, boss Jim Bentley is ready to go again at Barnet.

“The next game is always the most important, and we’ll give it our all to win,” said Bentley to BBC Radio Lancashire, keen not to get carried away. 

“Ultimately, we need more points on the board, and if we can keep this run going then fantastic.”

“The league is very tight, and it’s surprising at any level what a couple of wins can do – but first of all we need to pull ourselves away from the bottom.”

The Coasters visit a Barnet side who sit mid table despite a positive start, including a 4-0 win at Mill Farm against the Coasters.

The Bees come off of a big win at The Hive, beating Ebbsfleet United 5-2 in a game which will no doubt breathe confident into the side.

“Barnet have had a good win last time out, and are a side with good players I’ve seen before in the Football League,” said Bentley.

“It will be a tough game, so we just need to make sure our own house is order.”

“We pride ourselves on being organised, and that’s what we’ll be keen to do,” he said.

“We’re winning games, and everyone is in a good place – so long may it continue.”

You can listen to more of Jim Bentley’s match preview with BBC Radio Lancashire here.

Alternatively, you can read the Barnet v AFC Fylde match preview here.