Midfielder Jason Taylor doesn't want to be going over the same old problems after Barrow AFC's match at Aldershot Town tomorrow, as they look to end a three-match losing streak.

The Bluebirds haven't been learning from their mistakes so far this season, particularly at the back where a succession of individual errors has led to them repeatedly throwing away winning positions.

Barrow have scored first in seven of their nine National League games this season, but have only gone on to win two of them, which has left them languishing fourth-from-bottom going into the trip to the Recreation Ground.

Taylor is hoping to recover from a knock to his knee towards the end of Tuesday night's 1-0 defeat against Hartlepool United, where Barrow repeated their other recurring issue: missing gilt-edged chances.

Taylor said: "We can't keep saying the same things, something has got to change and we've got to start turning performances into results because we don't want it to turn into a long season.

"It's frustrating, but we've got to stick together to make it turn and make sure something is going to happen for us and we've got to be there and make sure it turns on Saturday."

With Blackburn loanee Matt Platt doing well on what was his second debut, AFC were more solid at the back against Hartlepool, not presenting the sort of chances that had seen them collapse against Halifax and Woking in recent weeks.

However, the lack of cutting edge up front ended up costing them dearly, as Ryan Donaldson's winner condemned them to their sixth defeat of the campaign already, with the latest arguably the most deflating of the lot.

Taylor said: "We know that we've got to put things right and that we've got to change.

"I don't know if we're going to change shape or what. Obviously, I don't know what the manager's thoughts are on that, but we've got to put it right at the weekend.

"We can't keep saying it week in, week out now, making the same excuses - saying we should have won, we should have done this. We've got to go out and put someone to bed."

The Bluebirds will be up against an Aldershot team just one place and one point above them in the table, with the match assuming the same sort of significance as last season's trip to Hampshire, when victory led to a big upturn in fortunes.

"Aldershot are normally an expansive team - they normally try to play from the back, even though Gary Waddock is no longer there," Taylor said.

"We've been looking through the DVDs and everything ahead of the game, so we'll have a game plan to go there and go and get the win. We've got to stop the rot somehow and its' been back to the drawing board."