Norwich v Barnsley

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies

Andy Yiadom

Liam Lindsay

Angus MacDonald

Zeki Fryers

Brad Potts

Joe Williams

George Moncur

Lloyd Isgrove

Harvey Barnes

Tom Bradshaw


Head to Head

Last six Norwich v Barnsley results:

18/03/2017 Norwich (Jacob Murphy 44, Angus MacDonald og 71) 2-0 Barnsley (Championship)

10/12/2016 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 10, Conor Hourihane 40) 2-1 Norwich (Nelson Oliveira 52) (Championship)

26/02/2011 Barnsley 0-2 Norwich (Andrew Crofts 33, 40) (Championship)

11/09/2010 Norwich (Stephen Foster og 71, Chris Martin 80) 2-1 Barnsley (Jay McEveley 45) (Championship)

17/01/2009 Norwich (Wes Hoolahan 55, Jamie Cureton 74, Sammy Clingan pen 88, Darel Russell 90) 4-0 Barnsley (Championship)

27/09/2008 Barnsley 0-0 Norwich (Championship)


Overall Record:

Norwich Wins: 18

Barnsley Wins: 10

Draws: 12

Norwich Goals: 59

Barnsley Goals: 39

At Norwich (The Nest/Carrow Road):

Norwich Wins: 11

Barnsley Wins: 3

Draws: 7

Norwich Goals: 33

Barnsley Goals: 16


First Met: Barnsley 1-1 Norwich, Saturday 7th January 1922. (FA Cup)

First Met in League: Barnsley 2-1 Norwich, Saturday 27th October 1934. Att: 5,674. (Second Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley (Adie Moses 55, Paul Wilkinson 61, John Hendrie 71) 3-1 Norwich (Rob Newman 73), Tuesday 12th November 1996. Att: 9,682. (Division One)

Biggest Defeat: Norwich (Robert Earnshaw pen 13, 69, Carl Robinson 27, Lee Croft 57, Darren Huckerby 64) 5-1 Barnsley (Paul Hayes 38), Saturday 26th August 2006. Att: 24,876. (Championship)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 12, Conor Hourihane 40) 2-1 Norwich (Nelson Oliveira 52), Saturday 10th December 2016. Att: 12,306. (Championship)

Last Away Win: Norwich 0-1 Barnsley, Saturday 1st May 1937. Att: 7,305. (Second Division)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley 0-0 Norwich, Saturday 27th September 2008. Att: 12,324. (Championship)

Last Away Draw: Norwich 0-0 Barnsley, Saturday 23rd December 2000. Att: 16,581. (Division One)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-2 Norwich (Andrew Crofts 33, 40), Saturday 26th February 2011. Att: 12,461. (Championship)

Last Away Defeat: Norwich (Jacob Murphy 44, Angus MacDonald og 71) 2-0 Barnsley, Saturday 18th March 2017. Att: 26,105. (Championship)

Last Away Meeting:

Saturday 18th March 2017: (Championship)

Carrow Road attendance: 26,105.

Norwich 2-0 Barnsley

Norwich:

Michael McGovern, Ryan Bennett, Ivo Pinto, Russell Martin, Steven Whittaker, Wes Hoolahan, Jonny Howson, Jacob Murphy, Alex Pritchard, ALex Tettey, Cameron Jerome.

Substitutions:
Steven Naismith (for Hoolahan 30)
Grahan Dorrans (for Murphy 84)
Nelson Oliveira (for Jerome 84)

Unused substitutes:
John Ruddy, Timm Klose, Josh Murphy, Yanic Wildschut.

Manager: Alan Irvine (10th March 2017 - 25th May 2017)

Barnsley:
Adam Davies, Angus MacDonald, Marc Roberts, Matty James, Andy Yiadom, Adam Hammill, Gethin Jones, Josh Scowen, Marley Watkins, Adam Armstrong, Tom Bradshaw.

Substitutions:
Ryan Kent (for Armstrong 56)
Alex Mowatt (for Watkins 78)
Ryan Hedges (for Hammill 81)

Unused substitutes:
Nick Townsend, Adam Jackson, Saidy Janko, George Moncur.

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

League Position after game:
Norwich: 8th
Barnsley: 11th

Still at respective clubs:


Norwich: 12 (McGovern, Martin, Pinto, Hoolahan, Pritchard, Tettey, Jerome, Klose, Naismith, Oliveira, Wildschut, Josh Murphy)

Barnsley: 9 (Davies, MacDonald, Yiadom, Hammill, Bradshaw, Hedges, Townsend, Jackson, Moncur)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Norwich: 1 (Daniel Farke 25th May 2017 - present)

Barnsley: 0

 

This Season:

Last six 2017-2018 results:

Norwich:

04/11/17 Bolton (Gary Madine 35, Adam Armstrong 40) 2-1 Norwich (Josh Murphy 90) (Championship)

31/10/17 Norwich 0-2 Wolves (Willy Boly 18, Leo Bonatini 72) (Championship)

28/10/17 Norwich (Timm Klose 71) 1-2 Derby (David Nugent 45, Sam Winnall 83) (Championship)

24/10/17 Arsenal (Eddie Nketiah 85, 96) 2-1 Norwich (Josh Murphy 34) (EFL Cup)

22/10/17 Ipswich 0-1 Norwich (James Maddison 59) (Championship)

14/10/17 Norwich (Nelson Oliveira 90) 1-1 Hull (Nouha Dicko 29) (Championship)

W: 1 D: 1 L: 4 F: 5 A: 9 GD: -4

Current League Record: W: 6 D: 4 L: 6 F: 15 A: 20 GD: -5 Points: 22 Pos: 13th

Barnsley:

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)

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)

W: 3 D: 2 L: 1 F: 12 A: 7 GD: +5

Current League Record: W: 5 D: 4 L: 6 F: 22 A: 21 GD: +1 Points: 19 Pos: 16th


Norwich last time out:

Bolton 2-1 Norwich

Angus Gunn, Timm Klose, Christoph Zimmerman, Wes Hoolahan, James Maddison, Harrison Reed, Marco Stiepermann, Tom Trybull, Diallang Jaiyesimi, Cameron Jerome, Yanic Wildschut.

Substitutes:
Marley Watkins (for Wildschut 63)
Josh Murphy (for Trybull 63)
Mario Vrancic (for Reed 68)

Unused Substitutes:
Michael McGovern, Grant Hanley, James Husband, Russell Martin.

Norwich boss Daniel Farke said:

"I am pretty annoyed and frustrated because we had the game under control. At the moment we have to defend perfectly to win games because we are scoring too few goals.

"When you miss so many chances then you have to at least defend 100 per cent perfect.

"We have done that in previous away games, but for 10 minutes before half-time we didn't do that."

Mad Sites:
www.norwichcity-mad.co.uk
www.barnsley-mad.co.uk

Official Sites:
www.canaries.co.uk
www.barnsleyfc.co.uk

Other Fixtures:

Friday 17th November 2017:

7:45pm
Burton Albion v Sheffield United
Preston North End v Bolton Wanderers

Saturday 18th November 2017:

3pm:
Birmingham City v Nottingham Forest
Cardiff City v Brentford
Hull City v Ipswich Town
Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa
Reading v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sheffield Wednesday v Bristol City
Sunderland v Millwall
5:30pm:
Fulham v Derby County

Sunday 19th November 2017:

1:15pm:
Leeds United v Middlesbrough