Cardiff City v Barnsley

Last updated : 05 March 2018 By Rob Miles

Last time out - Barnsley Team:
Nick Townsend
Dimitri Cavare
Adam Jackson
Liam Lindsay
Dani Pinillos
Gary Gardner
Joe Williams
Brad Potts
Mamadou Thiam
Kieffer Moore
Oli McBurnie

Head to Head

Last six Barnsley v Cardiff results:
21/11/2017 Barnsley 0-1 Cardiff (Callum Paterson 83) (Championship)

04/04/2017 Barnsley 0-0 Cardiff (Championship)

17/12/2016 Cardiff (Sean Morrison 3, Peter Whittingham 79, Anthony Pilkington 89) 3-4 Barnsley (Sam Winnall 19, 32, Josh Scowen 43, Ryan Williams 90) (Championship)

09/04/2013 Cardiff (Ben Turner 59) 1-1 Barnsley (Stephen Foster 90) (Championship)

24/11/2012 Barnsley (Jacob Mellis 76) 1-2 Cardiff (Ben Nugent 22, Aron Gunnarsson 51) (Championship)

14/04/2012 Barnsley 0-1 Cardiff (Liam Lawrence 69) (Championship)

Overall Record:
Cardiff Wins: 24
Barnsley Wins: 14
Draws: 12
Cardiff Goals: 86
Barnsley Goals: 57
At Cardiff (Cardiff City Stadium/Ninian Park):
Cardiff Wins: 13
Barnsley Wins: 6
Draws: 5
Cardiff Goals: 46
Barnsley Goals: 26


First Met: Barnsley 0-2 Cardiff, Saturday 12th February 1921. Att: 17,000. (Second Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley 4-0 Cardiff, Saturday 7th February 1931. Att: 5,399. (Second Division)

Biggest Defeat: Cardiff 7-0 Barnsley, Saturday 7th December 1957. Att: 8,941. (Second Division)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Carl Dickinson 90) 1-0 Cardiff, Saturday 21st November 2009. Att: 11,903. (Championship)

Last Away Win: Cardiff (Sean Morrison 3, Peter Whittingham 79, Anthony Pilkington 89) 3-4 Barnsley (Sam Winnall 19, 32, Josh Scowen 43, Ryan Williams 90) Saturday 17th December 2016. Att: 14,754. (Championship)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley 0-0 Cardiff, Tuesday 4th April 2017. Att: 10,814. (Championship)

Last Away Draw: Cardiff (Ben Turner 59) 1-1 Barnsley (Stephen Foster 90), Tuesday 9th April 2013. Att: 22,584 (Championship)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Cardiff (Callum Paterson 83), Tuesday 21st November 2017. Att: 11,051. (Championship)

Last Away Defeat: Cardiff (Kenny Miller 10, Joe Mason 34, Aron Gunnarsson 38, 71 Don Cowie 60) 5-3 Barnsley (Daniel Drinkwater 36, Jim McNulty 82, Ricardo Vaz Te 86), Saturday 22nd October 2011. Att: 20,665. (Championship)

Last Away Meeting:

Saturday 17th December 2016: (Championship)

Cardiff City Stadium attendance: 14,754.

Cardiff City 3-4 Barnsley

Referee: Tony Harrington.

Ben Amos, Michael Connolly, Bruno Manga, Sean Morrison, Lee Peltier, Aron Gunnarsson, Craig Noone, Anthony Pilkington, Peter Whittingham, Junior Hoilett, Kenneth Zohore.
Kadeem Harris (for Noone 63)
Rickie Lambert (for Hoilett 75)
Unused substitutes:
Ben Wilson, Joe Bennett, Lex Immers, Stuart O'Keefe, Joe Ralls.

Manager: Neil Warnock (5th October 2016 - present)

Adam Davies, Angus MacDonald, Marc Roberts, Andy Yiadom, James Bree, Conor Hourihane, Ryan Kent, Sam Morsy, Josh Scowen, Tom Bradshaw, Sam Winnall.
Marley Watkins (for Kent 77)
Ryan Williams (for Bradshaw 90)
Unused substitutes:
Nick Townsend, Adam Jackson, Cole Kpekawa, Callum Evans, Stefan Payne.

Manager: Paul Heckingbottom (6th February 2016 - 6th February 2018)

League positions after match:
Cardiff: 20th
Barnsley: 12th

Still at respective clubs:
Cardiff: 12 (Peltier, Morrison, Manga, Connolly, Pilkington, Gunnarsson, Hoilett, Zohore, Harris, Bennett, Ralls, O'Keefe)

Barnsley: 5 (Davies, Yiadom, Bradshaw, Townsend, Jackson)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):
Cardiff: 0

Barnsley: 2 (Paul Harsley 6th February 2018 - 16th February 2018, Jose Morais 16th February 2018 - present)

This Season:

Last six 2017-2018 results:

25/02/18 Cardiff (Kenneth Zohore 82) 1-0 Bristol City (Championship)

21/02/18 Ipswich 0-1 Cardiff (Kenneth Zohore 65) (Championship)

17/02/18 Cardiff (Sean Morrison 33) 1-0 Middlesbrough (Championship)

13/02/18 Cardiff (Armand Traore 34, Sean Morrison 44) 2-0 Bolton (Championship)

09/02/18 Millwall (Lee Gregory 40) 1-1 Cardiff (Junior Hoilett 3) (Championship)

03/02/18 Leeds (Sol Bamba og 54) 1-4 Cardiff (Callum Paterson 9, Junior Hoilett 41, Sean Morrison 45, Anthony Pilkington 88) (Championship)

W: 4 D: 1 L: 0 F: 10 A: 2 GD: +8
Current League Record: W: 20 D: 7 L: 7 F: 50 A: 27 GD: +23 Points: 67 Pos: 2nd

27/02/18 Hull (Michael Dawson 73) 1-1 Barnsley (Oli McBurnie 22) (Championship)

24/02/18 Birmimgham 0-2 Barnsley (Oli McBurnie 12,36) (Championship)

20/02/18 Barnsley (Dani Pinillos 75) 1-2 Burton (Jamie Allen 1, Jacob Davenport 45) (Championship)

10/02/18 Barnsley (Oliver McBurnie 21) 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Adthe Nuhiu pen 18) (Championship)

03/02/18 QPR (Josh Scowen 48) 1-0 Barnsley (Championship)

27/01/18 Barnsley (Liam Lindsay 30) 1-3 Fulham (Ryan Sessegnon 49, 90, Kevin McDonald 90) (Championship)

W: 1 D: 2 L: 3 F: 6 A: 8 GD: -2
Current League Record: W: 7 D: 11 L: 16 F: 34 A: 48 GD: -14 Points: 32 Pos: 21st

Cardiff last time out:

Cardiff 1-0 Bristol City

Neil Etheridge, Sol Bamba, Matthew Connolly, Bruno Manga, Greg Halford, Callum Paterson, Joe Bennett, Liam Feeney, Joe Ralls, Junior Hoilett, Gary Madine.
Kenneth Zohore (for Madine 46)
Kadeem Harris (for Feeney 73)
Unused Substitutes:
Brian Murphy, Craig Bryson, Loic Damour, Marko Grujic, Anthony Pilkington.

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock said:
"It was never going to be pretty. The pitch was terrible, the wind was bad, it was the coldest day of the year, the ball was lively and it was a derby.

"We said at half-time it would be a sloppy goal, make sure we don't make a mistake because it's a mistake which will cost the game.

"We're delighted to come out of it with three points. I thought we shaded it. I thought we had the better opportunities but it was always going to be close.

"And it was great to come out with another clean sheet - that was our target we set at the start of the season, 16 clean sheets. It's a great achievement."

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Other Fixtures:

Tuesday 6th March 2018:

Birmingham City v Middlesbrough
Burton Albion v Brentford
Fulham v Sheffield United
Hull City v Millwall
Norwich City v Nottingham Forest
Preston North End v Bristol City
Queens Park Rangers v Derby County
Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich Town
Sunderland v Aston Villa
Reading v Bolton Wanderers

Wednesday 7th March 2018:

Leeds United v Wolverhampton Wanderers