Barrow come into this weekend after a 1-1 draw at Colchester United on the road last Saturday. The Bluebirds led for a large chunk of the second half, before a goal deep into injury time forced Pete Wild’s side to settle for a point.
A rotated Barrow XI were 3-0 winners over a youthful Everton side in midweek in the Lancashire Senior Cup, with Richie Bennett bagging a brace and Ged Garner netting his first goal in blue and white.
The Bluebirds now face Newport County at the SO Legal Stadium on Saturday afternoon, kick-off 3pm.
Temple really wants the lads to carry on the intensity and performance levels they show in training, and what was on display at Colchester United, and hopes the crowd will be right behind them.
"When we are at our best, if we can inspire that crowd then they inspire us back," said the Bluebirds #2.
"As many people as we can get in there, the better. The more noise the better and let's really get behind the lads.
"The lads know we have to respond after recent results, but they're trying. They're working, they're at that every day, we can't fault them for that. So hopefully we can carry that on and really build on it with the fans behind us."