Guzan insists his team-mate aren't too scared to play at Villa Park.
He said: "You don't need to be a genius to know that our home form hasn't been the best. It's our responsibility to perform in front of the fans.
"Our poor home record is there for everyone to see. Obviously we want to try and correct that because for some reason, it's not coming off for us at home as much as it does on the road.
"If there's going to be a bad reaction, we are all man enough to take it.
"Of course, nobody likes to be booed, but the fans have a right to express their displeasure just as much as they show their gratitude when things go well."
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