The Cards boast an impressive record at the Laithwaite Community Stadium this season, with only Tranmere and Dagenham & Redbridge winning more times on home soil.
Only bottom club Guiseley have a worse away record, which is why Limbrick believes that it’s imperative his players pick up points from their home fixtures.
“We’ll be in training and looking to get back to it against Halifax,” the Australian told the club’s website. “We’ve got a great home record so we’ll be focusing on doing what we do at home.
“I think there’s only two teams or even one team who’s won more games at home than us, so we’re looking forward to getting back home and playing that game.
“It’s a big game and a game that we need to win.”
Meanwhile, top-scorer Charlie Carter was keen to point out that his team need to ‘keep fighting’ as they look to avoid an end-of-season slip down the National League table.
The Cards have won just twice in their last 19 games in all competitions and sit 15th, with Carter wanting to regain that winning feeling.
He said: “I enjoy it much more when we win; losing doesn’t put me in the best of moods. We have to go again at the weekend, that’s what we say all the time if we get knocked back.
“We have to go again, we have to keep pushing and keep fighting. We’re going to have to go into that game and get three points. I think all the boys will be up for it.
“We’re thoroughly disappointed that we didn’t get anything from Tuesday and we’re going to go into the game on Saturday trying to get all three points.”
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