Barnet boss Lawrie Sanchez says his team are going to be more direct in a bid to dig themselves out of relegation danger.
After their run was extended to seven points from a possible 42, he told the local press: “We are trying to be more direct in this latter part of the season because that’s what we need to be. It has got us plenty of goalscoring opportunities in the last few games. We have created chance after chance after chance.
“We have lost too many games this season where we have played well and been equal and you would expect to come off with draw at worst. I have said to the players a draw against Cheltenham I would’ve been a bit disappointed with. At the end of the day we lose 2-0 and people just see the result and not the commitment and level of performance.”
Meanwhile, Macclesfield's run of 18 games without a win has seen them drop from mid-table to joint bottom. Manager Brian Horton accused his side of 'just huffing and puffing' after going behind against Shrewsbury on Friday night, and the much travelled boss has earned just one point from his four games in charge.