Midfielder Jason Taylor and the rest of Barrow AFC’s players will be looking to right a few wrongs when they make the trip to Berkshire to face Maidenhead United tomorrow.

The Bluebirds were left smarting last Saturday after they threw away a 2-0 lead in the last 20 minutes of their defeat against Dover Athletic at Holker Street.

That continued their frustrating run of results on their own patch, but they’ll be heading to York Road off the back of some good performances on their travels, with their recent away form bettering their home form.

Maidenhead are 20th in the table, but just like Dover, their safety was assured last weekend, despite them going down to a 3-0 loss at promotion-chasing Salford City.

Taylor said: “We want to go there and get the win, there’s no two ways about it.

“We’ve done well away from home this season and we need to just go and make sure that when we get there that we keep a clean sheet and come away with the three points.

“Obviously, they’ve done remarkably well – they’ve stayed up, as the bottom four is decided now.

“If you’re on a small budget and you’ve avoided getting relegated then you’ve done something right, so we know what to expect on Friday.

“We’ll go there with a game plan and hopefully we’ll be able to pull the right result off.”

Taylor, who is one of the most experienced players at AFC, has revealed the players were very honest each other in the aftermath of their late collapse against Dover.

Such a disastrous spell during a match was something Barrow had hoped had been put in the past, while it also meant they had still only picked up three home wins since October.

Taylor said: “There were a few harsh words said afterwards – obviously the lads were really disappointed from us going from being in a good position to how it ended.

“Obviously, we weren’t happy with the manner in which we conceded, so there were a few harsh words, but we’ve got to make sure we learn from it and make sure it doesn’t happen again because it’s happened too often.

“We’ve got a few young lads so we’ve got to make sure us older players make sure that if we concede one, we’re still in a healthy position.”