Tony Pulis' side are unbeaten in 16 league games at the Britannia Stadium following their comprehensive 3-1 defeat of Liverpool on Boxing Day.
Southampton are next up for Stoke and, while wary of the threat the home side pose, centre-back Yoshida is hopeful of ending their long unbeaten streak.
"It will be a really, really tough game I think," the Japan international said. "Stoke have not lost a home game this season.
"They have many, many tall guys so it will be a more physical game.
"We have to give away less free-kicks, corner kicks and deep throw-ins otherwise they will put many, many long balls in the box. We have to think about this.
"Of course every time I want to win a game but this time it would be really nice because they haven't lost a home game (for a long time)."