Lawrie Sanchez believes Barnet need nine points from their remaining seven games if they are to be sure of Football League survival.
The Bees head into their clash with Paolo Di Canio's table-topping Swindon Town just one point clear of the League Two drop zone.
However, Sanchez believes that his players have deserved more than the solitary point taken from their last two encounters.
"In our recent two matches against Macclesfield Town and Torquay United we could have quite easily taken 4 or 6 points from those two games; instead we have had to very reluctantly settle for just the one.
"There was a great deal of disappointment in the dressing room after the Torquay result. We were gutted to have nothing to show for our good play.
"I think that we need some nine points from our remaining games. We have a tough run-in though with Swindon, Cheltenham, Crawley and Southend all looking to win promotion, either automatically or via the play-offs."