Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday

Last updated : 09 February 2018 By Rob Miles

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

Nick Townsend
Andy Yiadom
Liam Lindsay
Matt Mills
Dani Pinillos
George Moncur
Gary Gardner
Joe Williams
Adam Hammill
Tom Bradshaw
Kieffer Moore

Head to Head

Last six Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday results:

28/10/2017 Sheffield Wednesday (Adam Reach 34) 1-1 Barnsley (Harvey Barnes 67) (Championship)

01/04/2017 Barnsley (Angus MacDonald 90) 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Sam Winnall 50) (Championship)

13/12/2016 Sheffield Wednesday (Angus MacDonald og 37, Sam Hutchinson 80) 2-0 Barnsley (Championship)

01/02/2014 Sheffield Wednesday (Chris Maguire 90) 1-0 Barnsley (Championship)

26/10/2013 Barnsley (Marcus Pedersen 16) 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Matty Fryatt 59) (Championship)

30/03/2013 Sheffield Wednesday (Gary Madine 65, Reda Johnson 77) 2-1 Barnsley (Jacob Mellis 90) (Championship)

Overall Record:
Barnsley Wins: 22
Sheffield Wednesday Wins: 35
Draws: 15
Barnsley Goals: 85
Sheffield Wednesday Goals: 109
At Oakwell:
Barnsley Wins: 14
Sheffield Wednesday Wins: 10
Draws: 10
Barnsley Goals: 48
Sheffield Wednesday Goals: 39

First Met: Sheffield Wednesday 5-1 Barnsley, Tuesday 27th February 1900. (Second Division)
Biggest Win: Barnsley 4-0 Sheffield Wednesday, Saturday 9th October 1948. Att: 35,308. (Second Division)
Biggest Defeat: Sheffield Wednesday 5-0 Barnsley, Saturday 25th April 1959. Att: 17,017. (Second Division)
Last Home Win: Barnsley (Iain Hume 4, Jamal Campbell-Ryce pen 61) 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday, Tuesday 21st October 2008. Att: 17,784. (Championship)
Last Away Win: Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Barnsley (Jamal Campbell-Ryce 38, Tuesday 17th February 2009. Att: 25,820. (Championship)
Last Home Draw: Barnsley (Angus MacDonald 90) 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Sam Winnall), Saturday 1st April 2017. Att: 18,003. (Championship)
Last Away Draw: Sheffield Wednesday (Adam Reach 34) 1-1 Barnsley (Harvey Barnes 67), Saturday 28th October 2017. Att: 27,097. (Championship)
Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Chris O’Grady 35), Saturday 15th December 2012. Att: 12,484. (Championship)
Last Away Defeat: Sheffield Wednesday (Angus MacDonald og 37, Sam Hutchinson 80) 2-0 Barnsley, Tuesday 13th December 2016. Att: 27,248. (Championship)

Last Home Meeting:

Saturday 1st April 2017: (Championship)
Oakwell attendance: 18,003.
Barnsley 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Referee: Kevin Friend.

Adam Davies, Saidy Janko, Angus MacDonald, Marc Roberts, Matty James, Andy Yiadom, Adam Hammill, Ryan Kent, Alex Mowatt, Josh Scowen, Tom Bradshaw.
George Moncur (for Yiadom 49)
Adam Armstrong (for Bradshaw 62)
Marley Watkins (for Mowatt 62)
Unused substitutes:
Nick Townsend, Adam Jackson, Ryan Hedges, Elliot Lee.
Manager: Paul Heckingbottom (6th February 2016 - 6th February 2018)

Sheffield Wednesday:
Kieren Westwood, Morgan Fox, Sam Hutchinson, Tom Lees, Glenn Loovens, Jack Hunt, Adam Reach, Barry Bannan, Callum McManaman, Jordan Rhodes, Sam Winnall.
David Jones (for Hutchinson 36)
Steven Fletcher (for Rhodes 64)
Marco Matias (for McManaman 73)
Unused substitutes:
Joe Wildsmith, Liam Palmer, Jose Semedo, Gary Hooper.
Manager: Carlos Carvahal (30th June 2015 - 24th December 2017)

League Position after game:
Barnsley: 13th
Sheffield Wednesday: 7th

Still at respective clubs:

Barnsley: 9 (Davies, Yiadom, Mowatt, Hammill, Bradshaw, Townsend, Jackson, Moncur, Hedges)
Sheffield Wednesday: 16 (Westwood, Loovens, Lees, Hutchinson, Hunt, Fox, Reach, Bannan, Winnall, Rhodes, Wildsmith, Palmer, Jones, Fletcher, Hooper, Matias)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Barnsley: 1 (Paul Harsley 6th February 2018 - present)
Sheffield Wednesday: 2 (Lee Bullen 24th December 2017 - 5th January 2018, Jos Luhukay 5th January 2018 - present)

This Season:

Last six 2017-2018 results:

03/02/2018 QPR (Josh Scowen 48) 1-0 Barnsley (Championship)
27/01/18 Barnsley (Liam Lindsay 31) 1-3 Fulham (Ryan Sessegnon 49,90, Kevin McDonald 90) (Championship)
20/01/18 Aston Villa (Scott Hogan 5, 7, Conor Hourihane 19) 3-1 Barnsley (Dimitri Cavare 11) (Championship)
13/01/18 Barnsley 0-0 Wolves (Championship)
06/01/18 Millwall (Aiden O'Brien 35, 56, Ben Thompson 47, Fred Onyedinma 61) 4-1 Barnsley (Brad Potts 11) (FA Cup Third Round)
01/01/18 Sunderland 0-1 Barnsley (Ethan Pinnock 47) (Championship)

W: 1 D: 1 L: 4 F: 4 A: 11 GD: -7
Current League Record: W: 6 D: 9 L: 15 F: 29 A: 44 GD: -15 Points: 27 Pos: 21st

Sheffield Wednesday:
03/03/2018 Sheffield Wednesday (Lucas Joao 54) 1-3 Birmingham (David Davis 8, Jota 21, 45) (Championship)
30/01/18 Middlesbrough 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday (Championship)
26/01/18 Sheffield Wednesday (Atdhe Nuhiu 29, 53, George Boyd 61) 3-1 Reading (Cameron Dawson og 87) (FA Cup Fourth Round)
20/01/18 Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Cardiff (Championship)
16/01/18 Sheffield Wednesday (Marco Matias 28, Atdhe Nuhiu 66) 2-0 Carlisle (FA Cup Third Round Replay)
12/01/18 Sheffield United 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday (Championship)

W: 2 D: 3 L: 1 F: 6 A: 4 GD: +2
Current League Record: W: 7 D: 12 L: 11 F: 31 A: 37 GD: -6 Points: 33 Pos: 17th

Sheffield Wednesday last time out:

Sheffield Wednesday 1-3 Birmingham
Joe Wildsmith, Morgan Fox, Frederico Venancio, Glenn Loovens, Liam Palmer, Daniel Pudil, Adam Reach, Jacob Butterfield, Joey Pelupessy, Marco Matias, Adthe Nuhiu.
Lucas Joao (for Loovens 26)
Jordan Thorniely (for Butterfield 71)
Unused Substitutes:
Cameron Dawson, Jack Hunt, David Jones, Ross Wallace, George Boyd.

Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay said:
"It was a disappointing day for us. It goes wrong, whatever can go wrong today in the first half.

"We went two goals behind where we made very big mistakes for the first and second goal.

"After that we also had the red card. I don't know what the referee has seen from that situation.

"From my position it was just a hot moment between two players but the referee decided for the red card so for us, it was very hard."

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Saturday 10th February 2018:

Sheffield United v Leeds United

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Brentford v Preston North End
Bristol City v Sunderland
Derby County v Norwich City
Ipswich Town v Burton Albion
Middlesbrough v Reading
Nottingham Forest v Hull City
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Queens Park Rangers

Sunday 11th February 2018:
Aston Villa v Birmingham City