Barnsley v Birmingham City

By Rob Miles
Last updated : 03 November 2017

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

                                     Adam Davies

 

Andy Yiadom    Liam Lindsay    Angus MacDonald        Zeki Fryers

 

Brad Potts             Joe Williams              Cameron McGeehan

 

Lloyd Isgrove                                    Harvey Barnes

                            Ike Ugbo

 

 

Head to Head

 

Last six Barnsley v Birmingham results:

 

31/12/2016 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 24, Sam Winnall 28) 2-2 Birmingham (Jacques Maghoma 33, Lukas Jutkiewicz pen 52) (Championship)

03/12/2016 Birmimgham 0-3 Barnsley (Marc Roberts 38, Sam Winnall 84, 87) (Championship)

01/01/2014 Birmingham (Nikola Zigic 10) 1-1 Barnsley (Jacob Mellis 61) (Championship)

30/11/2013 Barnsley 0-3 Birmingham (Paul Caddis 13, pen 22, Nikola Zigic 37) (Championship)

26/12/2012 Barnsley (Jonathan Greening 38) 1-2 Birmingham (Curtis Davies 35, 77) (Championship)

22/09/2012 Birmimgham 0-5 Barnsley (Stephen Foster 50, Craig Davies 54, 60, 65, 73) (Championship)

Overall Record (includes games against Small Heath)

Barnsley Wins: 22

Birmingham Wins: 37

Draws: 20

Barnsley Goals: 103

Birmingham Goals: 125

At Oakwell:

Barnsley Wins: 12

Birmingham Wins: 18

Draws: 10

Barnsley Goals: 58

Birmingham Goals: 67

 

First Met: Small Heath 3-1 Barnsley, Saturday 17th September 1898. Att: 5,000. (Second Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley 7-2 Small Heath, Saturday 14th January 1899. Att: 2,000. (Second Division)

Biggest Defeat: Small Heath 5-0 Barnsley, Saturday 2nd December 1899. (Second Division), & Barnsley 0-5 Birmingham, Saturday 14th February 1920. Att: 12,000. (Second Division), & Barnsley 0-5 Birmingham (Steve Claridge, Jonathan Hunt pen, Ken Charley, Neil Doherty, Richard Forsyth), Saturday 2nd September 1995. Att: 11,121. (Division One)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Daniel Nardiello 52) 1-0 Birmingham, Monday 9th April 2007. Att: 15,857. (Championship)

Last Away Win: Birmingham 0-3 Barnsley (Marc Roberts 38, Sam Winnall 84, 87), Saturday 3rd December 2016. Att: 17,072. (Championship)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 24, Sam Winnall 28) 2-2 Birmingham (Jacques Maghoma 33, Lukas Jutkiewicz pen 52), Saturday 31st December 2016. Att: 13,367. (Championship)

Last Away Draw: Birmingham (Nikola Zigic 10) 1-1 Barnsley (Jacob Mellis 61), Wednesday 1st January 2014. Att: 14,422. (Championship)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-3 Birmingham (Paul Caddis 13, pen 22, Nikola Zigic 37), Saturday 30th November 2013. Att: 10,077. (Championship)

Last Away Defeat: Birmingham (Kevin Phillips 13, Garry O’Connor 45) 2-0 Barnsley, Saturday 23rd August 2008. Att: 17,413. (Championship)

 

Last Home Meeting:

Saturday 31st December 2016: (Championship)

Oakwell attendance: 13,367.

 

Barnsley 2-2 Birmingham

Barnsley:

Adam Davies, Angus MacDonald, Marc Roberts, Andy Yiadom, James Bree, Conor Hourihane, Ryan Kent, Sam Morsy, Marely Watkins, Tom Bradshaw, Sam Winnall.

Substitutions:

Adam Jackson (for Bradshaw 55)

Josh Scowen (for Kent 55)

Unused substitutes:

Nick Townsend, Aidy White, Jacob Brown, Ryan Williams, Adam Armstrong.

Manager: Paul Heckingbottom (6th February 2016 - present)

Birmingham:

Tomasz Kuszczak, Ryan Shotton, Jonathan Spector, Michael Morrison, Jonathan Grounds, David Davis, Stephen Gleeson, Maikel Kieftenbeld, Jacques Maghoma, Che Adams, Greg Stewart.

Substitutions:

Dave Cotterill (for Stewart 46)

Lukas Jutkiewicz (for Kieftenbeld 46)

Unused substitutes:

Adam Legzdins, Josh Dacres-Cogley, Paul Robinson, Reece Brown, Robert Tesche.

Manager: Gianfranco Zola (14th December 2016 - 18th April 2017)

League Position after game:

Barnsley: 9th

Birmingham: 11th

Still at respective clubs:

Barnsley: 7 (Davies, MacDonald, Yiadom, Bradshaw, Townsend, Jackson, Brown)

Birmingham: 14 (Kuszczak, Grounds, Morrison, Kieftenbeld, Gleeson, Maghoma, Stewart, Davis, Adams, Robinson, Cogley, Tesche, Cotterill, Jutkiewicz)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Barnsley: 0

Birmingham: 3 (Harry Redknapp 18th April 2017 - 17th September 2017, Lee Carsley 17th September 2017 - 29th September 2017, Steve Cotterill 2nd October 2017 - present)

 

This Season:

Last six 2017-2018 results:

Barnsley:

31/10/17 Burton (Matthew Lund 37, Lloyd Dyer 45) 2-4 Barnsley (Lloyd Isgrove 21, Brad Potts 40, Joe Williams 73, Harvey Barnes 87) (Championship)

28/10/17 Sheffield Wednesday (Adam Reach 34) 1-1 Barnsley (Harvey Barnes 67) (Championship)

21/10/17 Barnsley 0-1 Hull (Fraizer Campbell 78) (Championship)

14/10/17 Barnsley (Ashley Fletcher 3 og, Cameron McGeehan 9) 2-2 Middlesbrough (Martin Braithwaite 7, Britt Assombalonga 60) (Championship)

30/09/17 Millwall (Lee Gregory pen 45) 1–3 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 40, 60, Mamadou Thiam pen 82) (Championship)

26/09/17 Barnsley (Harvey Barnes 20) 1-1 QPR (Luke Freeman 87) (Championship)

W: 2 D: 3 L: 1 F: 11 A: 8 GD: +3

Current League Record: W: 4 D: 4 L: 6 F: 20 A: 21 GD: -1 Points: 16 Pos: 19th

Birmingham:

01/11/17 Birmingham 0-2 Brentford (Ollie Watkins pen 74, Neal Maupay 84) (Championship)

29/10/17 Birmingham 0-0 Aston Villa (Championship)

21/10/17 Millwall (Maxime Colin og 47, Ryan Tunnicliffe 76) 2-0 Birmingham (Championship)

13/10/17 Birmingham (Che Adams 19) 1-0 Cardiff (Championship)

30/09/17 Hull (Fraizer Campbell 7, David Meyler pen 11, Jarrod Bowen 26, Kamil Grosicki 72, Marcus Henriksen 76, Sebastian Larsson 87) 6-1 Birmingham (Sam Gallagher 90) (Championship)

27/09/17 Birmimngham (Isaac Vassell 76) 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday (Championship)

W: 2 D: 1 L: 3 F: 3 A: 10 GD: -7

Current League Record: W: 3 D: 3 L: 9 F: 8 A: 23 GD: -15 Points: 12 Pos: 21st

 

Birmingham last time out:

Birmingham 0-2 Brentford

Tomasz Kuszczak, Maxime Colin, Marc Roberts, Michael Morrison, Jonathan Grounds, David Davis, Jota, Maikel Kieftenbeld, Jacques Maghoma, Cheikh N'Doye, Che Adams.

Substitutes:

Dave Cotterill (for Colin 9)

Sam Gallagher (for Jota 57)

Lukas Jutkiewicz (for Kieftenbeld 77)

Unused Substitutes:

Connal Trueman, Harlee Dean, Craig Gardner.

Birmingham boss Steve Cotterill said:

"It was always going to be a tough game after the emotions of the Aston Villa game.

"In the first 30 minutes there wasn't a lot in it but at half-time we got in level and weathered a spell of pressure.

"Maikel Kieftenbeld had a fantastic shot, which if it had gone in, would've been a different game for us. I'm then not sure it's a penalty for them as I think Michael Morrison's got a foot on it.

"They kept going until the end and I can't fault their effort. We need that little bit of quality in certain areas to enable other players to relax a little bit."

 

Mad Sites:

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Official Sites:

www.barnsleyfc.co.uk

www.bcfc.com

Other Fixtures:

Friday 3rd November 2017:

7:45pm

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Fulham

Saturday 4th November 2017:

12noon:

Bristol City v Cardiff City

3pm:

Aston Villa v Sheffield Wednesday

Bolton Wanderers v Norwich City

Derby County v Reading

Ipswich Town v Preston North End

Millwall v Burton Albion

Nottingham Forest v Queens Park Rangers

Sheffield United v Hull City

5:30pm:

Brentford v Leeds United

Sunday 5th November 2017:

12:15pm:

Middlesbrough v Sunderland

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