Barrow AFC begin a busy month at Barnet tomorrow and defender Kyle Jameson is confident his side have what it takes to get back to winning ways at The Hive.

The Bluebirds will be in action seven times during March, which has been welcomed by manager Ian Evatt, following a stop-start opening to 2019 in their fixture schedule.

They’ll be making the 277-mile to Egdware, north London, to face a Barnet side who have been dropped into a relegation dogfight, with them needing to make the most of their upcoming games in hand in order to drag themselves out of danger.

The fact that they require results, and fast, could well mean a more open game than last Saturday’s 0-0 draw against Ebbsfleet United, which was a disjointed, sometimes fractious affair.

Jameson said: “I think our team is strong enough to deal with any team in this league.

“I feel like we should go down there and pick up the three points. We need to, anyway.”

The clash against the Bees is AFC’s first of four games in the space of ten days, reminiscent of their Christmas schedule, which proved to be a successful period.

Just as then, they’ll have to show their mettle, with the next two Tuesday nights bringing the visit of Leyton Orient to Holker Street and a trip to their fellow promotion-chasers Wrexham.

Jameson said: “I think we do well against the big teams and then with the teams lower down the table, I don’t know what it is, but we seem to struggle.

“I don’t know whether it’s the way they play, but at the end of the day I think we can beat any team in this league when we’re at 100 per cent.”

Jameson made his first appearance in seven weeks against Ebbsfleet and marked his return with a starring performance, arguably his best in a Barrow shirt during his loan from West Bromwich Albion.

“I feel like I’ve developed loads this season,” Jameson said. “I feel like a better player, learning every day. Obviously with the gaffer being a former centre-back is helping me out, as is Pete [Atherton] also being a defender.

“They’re teaching me new things about defending, I’m obviously taking it into my game and I’m becoming a better player.”

Jameson’s fellow centre-back Dan Jones will be representing his country later this month after he was called into England C’s squad for their match against Wales.

Jones, who has played in all but two of the Bluebirds’ league games this season, is part of a 16-man squad named by manager Paul Fairclough for the match at Salford City’s Peninsula Stadium on Tuesday, March 19.

Barrow midfielder Josh Kay has been named as part of a ten-man ‘contingency squad’ in the event of any injuries.