......... Then they smash five past sorry Barnsley.
The result extended their winless sequence at Brighton to six matches and also means The Reds have failed to win any of their last 12 league matches on the road, which now includes 11 defeats.
One bright note for The Reds is at Craig Davies' penalty consolation means Barnsley have scored in their first four league and cup matches of a season for the first time in five years.
But the eight league goals they have conceded in their three matches is only beaten by bottom side Crystal Palace who have shipped nine and they have the joint worst goal difference in the Championship (-5) along with Palace and Ipswich.
Scott Golbourne (YC)
Stephen Foster (YC)
John Stones (YC)
Martin Cranie (for Golbourne 54)
Bobby Hassell (for Stones 54)
Lukas Lidakevicius, Lee Collins, Jordan Clark, Danny Rose, Chris Dagnall.
Npower Championship Results Saturday 25th August 2012:
Bristol City 4-2 Cardiff
Blackburn 2-1 Leicester
Blackpool 6-0 Ipswich
Brighton 5-1 BARNSLEY
Charlton 0-0 Hull
Huddersfield 2-0 Burnley
Middlesbrough 2-1 Crystal Palace
Peterborough 1-2 Leeds
Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 Millwall
Wolves 1-1 Derby
Watford 2-0 Birmingham
Barnsley lie in 20th place in the Npower Championship with 3 points from 3 games.
We are 3 point off the Play-Offs 4 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 6 points off First place and 2 points above the Relegation Zone.
Up to 25.8.12
On The Road:
Capital One Cup Second Round Swansea City v Barnsley Tuesday 28th August 2012 Kick-Off 7:45pm.
Concessions (Students, U16s, OAPs): £7
Npower Championship Matchday Four: Barnsley v Bristol City Saturday 1st September 2012 Kick-Off 3pm
Adult, non-member: £28
Adult, member: £25
OAP, non-member: £18
OAP, member £17
Students (18-20), non-member: £18
Students (18-20) member: £17