Craig Harrison is hoping Pools can treat a large crowd to some winning football this weekend after the Club slashed prices ahead of the first home game in almost a month.
The Pools boss has seen his side collect four points from their two league away games since to help them move within touching distance of the top seven ahead of their return to Victoria Park.
Now Harrison is targeting an improvement in form on their own patch which will see them continue their charge towards the National League’s promotion shake-up and he wants as many fans as possible to come and cheer them on.
The Club has dropped prices for Saturday’s game against Aldershot Town to £10 for adults and £5 for concessions – with fans able to take advantage of the same price for Tuesday’s meeting with FC Halifax Town if they buy the tickets at the same time.
“It would be great to come home to a big crowd for the next two games,” admitted Harrison.
“It seems like a long time since we were at home so hopefully we can get as many fans here as possible, getting right behind the team and we can try and win both games.
“We’ve got a great record away from home but now this is an opportunity for us to improve our home form and if we can get the results we want then I imagine we can push ourselves right in to the mix in the league table.
“The fans have been brilliant this season and I can tell you that the players and staff really appreciate it when you get behind us 100% during games.
“But we know that the lead has to come from us; we have to win more games at home and hopefully with a noisy and passionate crowd behind us we can start that on Saturday.”