Yeovil manager Gary Johnson has admitted his Glovers need to start picking up Championship points, starting on Friday in the trip to fellow strugglers Doncaster Rovers.
Johnson's men are rock bottom of the second tier but Rovers are only three places and four points above their opponents ahead of kick-off.
James Hayter and Gozie Ugwu scored in a 2-1 win at Huish Park while Paddy Madden scored in a 1-1 draw at the Keepmoat as both clubs won promotion from League One last season.
The last time Doncaster beat Yeovil was in 2004, and the south Yorkshire club have prevailed only three times in the past 13 meetings.
Johnson told Sky Sports News: "I haven't got to keep telling them, 'boys you can compete at this level', they are and we are competing at this (Championship) level.
"We've played some big teams (but) the stat we've got to get in place is we've got to score more than the opposition.
"We now play teams that are around us, starting with Doncaster on Friday, they become the big games because we've got a mini league, if you like, at the bottom of the league."
Watch Doncaster v Yeovil on Sky Sports 1 HD on Friday evening