Barnsley v Derby County

Last updated : 12 August 2016 By Rob Miles (BarnsleyBoy)

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies

James Bree

Marc Roberts

Alfie Mawson

Aidy White

Adam Hammill

Josh Scowen

Conor Hourihane

George Moncur

Tom Bradshaw

Marley Watkins


Head to Head

Last Six Barnsley v Derby County results:       

21/4/14 Derby (Jeff Hendrick 34, Johnny Russell 42) 2-1 Barnsley (Nick Proschwitz 80 (Championship)

29/12/13 Barnsley (Tomasz Cywka 62) 1-2 Derby (Chris Martin 8, 49) (Championship)

16/4/13 Barnsley (Chris O’Grady 47) 1-1 Derby (John Brayford 90) (Championship)

6/11/12 Derby (James O’Connor 69, Nathan Tyson 90 2-0 Barnsley (Championship)

31/1/12 Barnsley (Matt Done 11, Andy Gray pen 23, Scott Wiseman 30) 3-2 Derby (Jamie Ward 69, Tom Carroll 90) (Championship)

27/9/11 Derby (Steve Davies pen 62) 1-1 Barnsley (Jacob Butterfield 35) (Championship)


Overall Record

Barnsley Wins: 18

Derby Wins: 29

Draws: 15

Barnsley Goals: 68

Derby Goals: 96

At Oakwell:

Barnsley Wins: 13

Derby Wins: 10

Draws: 7

Barnsley Goals: 44

Derby Goals : 31


First Met In League: Barnsley 2-4 Derby Saturday 14th September 1907.

Biggest Win: Barnsley 5-0 Derby Saturday 23rd September 1922.

Biggest Defeat: Derby 8-1 Barnsley Saturday 30th January 1897.

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Matt Done 11, Andy Gray 23, Scott Wiseman 30) 3-2 Derby (Jamie Ward 69, Tom Carroll 90) Tuesday 31st January 2012.

Last Away Win: Derby (Rob Hulse 27, Shaun Barker 90) 2-3 Barnsley (Adam Hammill 36, Andy Gray 57, Anderson De Silva 90) Tuesday 15th September 2009.

Last Home Draw: Barnsley (Chris O’Grady 47) 1-1 Derby (John Brayford 90) Tuesday 16th April 2013

Last Away Draw: Derby (Steve Davies 62) 1-1 Barnsley (Jacob Butterfield 35) Tuesday 27th September 2011.

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley (Tomasz Cywka) 1-2 Derby (Chris Martin 8, 49) Sunday 29th December 2013.

Last Away Defeat: Derby (Jeff Hendrick 34, Johnny Russell 42) 2-1 Barnsley (Nick Proschwitz 80) Monday 21st April 2014.


Last Home Meeting:

Sunday 29th December 2013.

Barnsley 1                                         2 Derby                   



Luke Steele, Peter Ramage, Tom Kennedy, Martin Cranie, Scott Wiseman, Jim O’Brien, Stephen Dawson, Jacob Mellis, Kelvin Etuhu, Paddy McCourt, Chris O’Grady.


Tomasz Cywka (for Etuhu 56)

Marcus Pedersen (for McCourt 57)

Jason Scotland (for O’Brien 89)

Unused substitutes:

Christian Dibble, Bobby Hassell, Lewin Nyatanga, David Perkins.

Manager: Danny Wilson (17th December 2013- 12th February 2015)



Lee Grant, Craig Forsyth, Jake Buxton, Andre Wisdom, Michael Keane, Craig Bryson, John Eustace, Will Hughes, Simon Dawkins, Chris Martin, Johnny Russell.


Jamie Ward (for Dawkins 73)

Conor Sammon (for Martin 76)

Mason Bennett (for Bryson 82)

Unused substitutes:

Adam Legzdins, Kieron Freeman, Zak Whitbread, Khalifa Cisse.

Manager:Steve McClaren (30th September 2013 – 25th May 2015)


Still at respective clubs:

Barnsley: 1 (Nyatanga)

Derby: 7 (Grant, Forsyth, Bryson, Hughes, Martin, Russell, Bennett)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Barnsley : 3 (Mark Burton/Paul Heckingbottom 12th February 2015- 25th February 2015, Lee Johnson 25th February 2015- 6th February 2016, Paul Heckingbottom 6th February 2016-present)

Derby: 3 (Paul Clement 1st June 2015- 8th February 2016, Darren Wassall 8th February 2016- 27th May 2016, Nigel Pearson27thMay 2016 - present)


Last Season/ This Season:

Last six 2015-2016/ 2016-2017 results:


9/8/16 Barnsley (Josh Scowen 21) 1–2 Northampton (Adam Davies og 52 John-Joe O’Toole 114) (League Cup)

6/8/16 Ipswich (Grant Ward 46, 61, 84, David McGoldrick pen 63) 4–2 Barnsley (Conor Hourihane 49, Marley Watkins 74) (Championship)

29/5/16 Barnsley (Ashley Fletcher 2, Adam Hammill 19, Lloyd Isgrove 74) 3-1 Millwall (Mark Beevers 34) (League One Play-Off Final)

19/5/16 Walsall (Jordan Cook 85) 1-3 Barnsley (Adam Hammill 18, Ashley Fletcher 66, Josh Brownhill 90 (League One Play-Off Semi-Final Second Leg)

14/5/16 Barnsley (Jason Demetriou 45 og, Sam Winnall 54, 55) 3-0 Walsall (League One Play-Off Semi-Final First Leg)

8/5/16 Wigan (Will Grigg 10) 1-4 Barnsley (Sam Winnall 33 pen, 44, Conor Hourihane 56, Josh Brownhill 74) (League One)

W: 4 D: 0 L: 2 F: 16 A: 9 GD: +7



9/8/16 Derby (Richard Keogh 60) 1–0 Grimsby (League Cup)

6/8/16 Derby 0-0 Brighton (Championship)

17/5/16 Hull 0-2 Derby (Johnny Russell 7, Andrew Robertson og 36) (Championship Play-Off Semi-Final Second Leg)

14/5/16 Derby 0-3 Hull (Abel Hernandez 30, Jason Shackell og 40, Andrew Robertson 90) (Championship Play-Off Semi-Final First Leg)

7/5/16 Derby 0-1 Ipswich (David McGoldrick pen 34) (Championship)

2/5/16 Brighton (James Wilson 90) 1-1 Derby (Andreas Weimann 71) (Championship)

W: 2 D: 2 L: 2 F: 4 A: 5 GD: -1


Derby last time out:

Derby 1–0 Grimsby:

Scott Carson, Cyrus Christie, Craig Forsyth, Richard Keogh, Alex Pearce, Craig Bryson, Johnny Russell, Will Hughes, Nick Blackman, Chris Martin, Darren Bent.


Tom Ince (for Blackman 71)

Jacob Butterfield (for Martin 71)

Jeff Hendrick (for Hughes 82)

Unused Substitutes:

Lee Grant , Jason Shackell, Bradley Johnson, Max Lowe.


Derby manager Nigel Pearson said:

“We made hard work of it at times. 

“With the chances that we created we could have been more ruthless – had we scored earlier or capitalised on our superiority in the second half we could have made it a lot more comfortable for ourselves. 

“Whilst the scoreline remains at 1-0, there are always opportunities and when they threw everyone into the box at the end it tested our resolve. 

“We coped and withstood that last bit of pressure and we deserved to go through. There’s no doubt about that. 

“We have got to make life a bit easier for ourselves by doing the right things more often and by playing with a bit more urgency. 

“I want to see a bit more drive from our players and we are capable of doing that. As I said to the them before we started the game, it’s about negotiating the tie. 

“There are always upsets at this stage, guaranteed, and we didn’t want to be one of them. Just to make sure that we got through to the next round is the first and most important outcome we were looking for. On top of that, there were other good things.”

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Cardiff v QPR