The Europa League hopefuls have just one league win from seven attempts since the start of March and were thrashed 6-1 last weekend by Bayern Munich.
Slomka revealed his hope that a win over Furth could kickstart a run of form until the end of the season.
"We want to shake off the frustration of the last two games," Slomka told the club's official website. "We want to forget and give our fans and ourselves a nice end to the campaign.
"We will put our own mark on the game in Furth."
The match kicks off tonight at 7.30pm.