The Bees have not experienced defeat for four matches and are hoping the run continues until the end of the season.
Allen rotated his squad after Barnet’s loss to Oxford on March 19, giving debuts to several youngsters including Harry Taylor and Justin Nwogu, and it has coincided with an upturn in form.
Allen said: “It’s no surprise at all how the players have performed.
“I have full faith in all the squad; the young players coming through had an excellent season last season and they’ve really been worked hard.
“They’ve been with the first team for a couple of months to get used to how we play so there are no surprises at all; they have all shown they can play in a winning team.
“It’s going to be a different game because Yeovil are safe and we’re safe. We’ve still got our targets and different goals we want to reach.
“The team have gone full out recently to get a result in every game we have played.
“There has been no easing off even though we have made changes and I expect exactly the same on Saturday.”