Date: 2nd March 2011 at 6:42pm
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Scunthorpe United boss Ian Baraclough says he’s confident of his side at home ahead of Swansea City’s trip on Saturday.

The Iron are fighting for every point now as they’re currently sit in the relegation zone, and this weekend they host the League’s most in-form team, as the Swans have won the last 4.

Scunthorpe United have struggled on their travels, and lost 2-0 at Portsmouth in midweek but Baraclough told their Official Site that he’s confident his team can beat anyone at home:

‘I know we’ll pick the players up,’

‘We’ve got a home game against Swansea on Saturday, and we’ve managed to get our home form back on track (after beating Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United, and drawing with Derby County).

‘I don’t think anybody will fancy coming to Glanford Park.

‘It will be our home form which will be the key in keeping us up – anything away from home is a bonus.

‘Yes, we’ve not won away for a little while but that was going to happen.

‘The home form will be key. Myself, and the players, have every confidence that we can turn anybody over at home.’