Barnsley v Leeds United

Last time out - Barnsley Team:


Adam Davies

Andy Yiadom

Liam Lindsay

Matty Pearson

Zeki Fryers

Brad Potts

Gary Gardner

Cameron McGeehan

Adam Hammill

Ryan Hedges

Mamadou Thiam


Head to Head

Last six Barnsley v Leeds results:

21/01/2017 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 45, Ryan Kent 48, Conor Hourihane 54) 3-2 Leeds (Chris Wood 18, pen 68)

01/10/2016 Leeds (Kyle Bartley 36, Pablo Hernandez 54) 2-1 Barnsley (Charlie Taylor og 70)

19/04/2014 Barnsley 0-1 Leeds (Ross McCormack 16) (Championship)

21/12/2013 Leeds 0-0 Barnsley (Championship)

12/01/2013 Barnsley (Chris Dagnall pen 63, 66) 2-0 Leeds (Championship)

06/10/2012 Leeds (Luciano Becchio pen 42) 1-0 Barnsley (Championship)


Overall Record:

Barnsley Wins: 20

Leeds Wins: 23

Draws: 17

Barnsley Goals: 81

Leeds Goals: 91

At Oakwell:

Barnsley Wins: 14

Leeds Wins: 8

Draws: 8

Barnsley Goals: 51

Leeds Goals: 38


First Met: Leeds 0-0 Barnsley Saturday 9th April 1921. Att: 13,000 (Second Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley (Garry O'Connor 42, Jim O'Brien 49, Diego Arismendi 65, Neill Collins og 82, Adam Hammill 83) 5-2 Leeds (Jonny Howson 3, Davide Somma 86) Tuesday 14th September 2010. Att: 20,309. (Championship)

Biggest Defeat: Leeds 4-0 Barnsley Saturday 8th April 1922. Att: 10,000. (Second Division) & Wednesday 9th January 1991. (FA Cup Third Round Replay)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 45, Ryan Kent 48, Conor Hourihane 54) 3-2 Leeds (Chris Wood 18, pen 68) Saturday 21st January 2017. Att: 17,817. (Championship)

Last Away Win: Leeds (Ross McCormack 55) 1-2 Barnsley (Ricardo Vaz Te 27, Craig Davies 43) Saturday 26th November 2011. Att: 25,900. (Championship)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley 1-1 Leeds Sunday 6th January 1991. (FA Cup Third Round)

Last Away Draw: Leeds 0-0 Barnsley Saturday 21st December 2013. Att: 31,031. (Championship)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Leeds (Ross McCormack 16) Saturday 19th April 2014. Att: 15,190. (Championship)

Last Away Defeat: Leeds (Kyle Bartley 36, Pablo Hernandez 54) 2-1 Barnsley (Charlie Taylor og 70) Saturday 1st October 2016. Att: 27,350. (Championship)


Last Home Meeting:

Saturday 21st January 2017: (Championship)

Oakwell attendance: 17,817.

Barnsley 3-2 Leeds

Referee: Mike Dean.

Barnsley:

Adam Davies, Angus MacDonald, Marc Roberts, James Bree, Conor Hourihane, Gethin Jones, Ryan Kent, Josh Scowen, Marely Watkins, Adam Armstrong, Tom Bradshaw.

Substitutions:
Adam Hammill (for Bradshaw 78)
Ryan Williams (for Armstrong 90)

Unused substitutes:
Nick Townsend, Adam Jackson, Aidy White, George Moncur, Stefan Payne.

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

Leeds:

Rob Green, Luke Ayling, Kyle Bartley. Lewie Coyle, Gaetano Berardi, Liam Bridcutt, Pablo Hernandez, Ronaldo Vieira, Souleymane Doukara, Kemar Roofe, Chris Wood.

Substitutions:
Eunan O'Kane (for Vieira 58)
Stuart Dallas (for Bridcutt 84)

Unused substitutes:
Marco Silvestri, Tyler Denton, Alex Mowatt, Kalvin Phillips, Marcus Antonsson.

Manager: Garry Monk (2nd June 2016 - 25th May 2017)

League Position after game:

Barnsley: 8th
Leeds: 4th

Still at respective clubs:
Barnsley: 7 (Davies, MacDonald, Bradshaw, Hammill, Townsend, Jackson, Moncur)

Leeds: 11 (Ayling, Berardi, Coyle, Roofe, Hernandez, Vieira, O'Kane, Dallas, Denton, Phillips, Antonsson)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Barnsley: 0

Leeds: 1 (Thomas Christansen 15th June 2017 - present)

This Season:

Last six 2017-2018 results:


Barnsley:

21/11/17 Barnsley 0-1 Cardiff (Callum Paterson 83) (Championship)

18/11/17 Norwich (Josh Murphy 12) 1-1 Barnsley (Harvey Barnes 47) (Championship)

04/11/17 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 2, Zeki Fryers 68) 2-0 Birmingham (Championship)

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)

W: 2 D: 2 L: 2 F: 8 A: 6 GD: +2

Current League Record: W: 5 D: 5 L: 7 F: 23 A: 23 GD: 0 Points: 20 Pos: 17th

Leeds:

22/11/17 Wolves (Barry DOuglas 15, Ivan Cavaleiro 26, Jota 72, Helder Costa pen 76) 4-1 Leeds (Championship)

19/11/17 Leeds (Pablo Hernandez 24, Ezgjan Alioski 54) 2-1 Middlesbrough (Britt Assombalonga pen 77) (Championship)

04/11/17 Brentford (Neal Maupay 22, Yoann Barbet 85, Ryan Woods 90) 3-1 Leeds (Ezgjan Alioski 67) (Championship)

31/10/17 Leeds (Pierre-Michel Lasogga 7) 1-2 Derby (Sam Winnall 72, pen 80) (Championship)

27/10/17 Leeds (Kalvin Phillips 34) 1-2 Sheffield United (Billy Sharp 2, David Brooks 81) (Championship)

24/10/17 Leicester (Kelechi Iheanacho 30, Islam Slimani 71, Riyad Mahrez 88) 3-1 Leeds (Pablo Hernandez 26) (EFL Cup)


W: 1 D: 0 L: 5 F: 7 A: 15 GD: -8

Current League Record: W: 8 D: 2 L: 8 F: 27 A: 24 GD: +3 Points: 26 Pos: 10th


Leeds last time out:

Wolves 4-1 Leeds

Andy Lonergan, Luke Ayling, Liam Cooper, Pontus Jansson, Ezgjan Alioski, Gaetano Berardi, Pablo Hernandez, Kalvin Phillips, Ronaldo Vieira, Kemar Roofe, Samu Saiz.

Substitutes:
Caleb Ekuban (for Roofe 68)
Eunan O'Kane (for Hernandez 69)
Stuart Dallas (for Sais 77)

Unused Substitutes:
Felix Wiedwald, Matthew Pennington, Vurnon Anita, Conor Shaughnessy.

Leeds boss Thomas Christansen said:

"We have faced the best team in the league tonight. Their pace and movement is exceptional.

"But look at the players they have. Jota, Costa, Cavaleiro, Bonatini, Neves. Who wouldn't want one of them in their team?

"But we matched them at times and were in it until the sending off. We have to learn from that and accept it. The referee was right."

Mad Sites:

www.barnsley-mad.co.uk
www.leedsunited-mad.co.uk

Official Sites:

www.barnsleyfc.co.uk
www.leedsunited.com

Other Fixtures:

Saturday 25th November 2017:

3pm:
Aston Villa v Ipswich Town
Burton Albion v Sunderland
Fulham v Millwall
Hull City v Bristol City
Middlesbrough v Derby County
Norwich City v Preston North End
Reading v Sheffield Wednesday
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Bolton Wanderers
5:30pm:
Sheffield United v Birmingham City


Sunday 26th November 2017:

1pm:
Nottingham Forest v Cardiff City

Monday 27th November 2017:

7:45pm:
Queens Park Rangers v Brentford