Date:Thursday October 27 2005
Manager Phil Parkinson has urged his side to replicate their away form on home soil.
Colchester have only managed two home wins so far this season and find themselves at the wrong end of the table. The boss believes they should be pushing for promotion or even the title!
'We have been playing great on the road but we've got to take that into the home matches, at Tranmere we got a good draw but we need to follow that up with a win over Yeovil.
'The form we have shown on the road is akin to not just promotion-winning form but championship-winning form. We have to change how things are going on our own turf now.
'We have shown in the away games that we can play some good football but we have got to show those who turn up at Layer Road that as well.'
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