Oxford United v Barnsley

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

1. Adam Davies (c)

12. Dimitri Cavaré

5. Ethan Pinnock

6. Liam Lindsay

28. Ben Williams

33. Jacob Brown

8. Cameron McGeehan

27. Alex Mowatt

26. Mamadou Thiam

19. Kieffer Moore

9. Cauley Woodrow

 

Head to Head

Last Six Barnsley v Oxford results:

04/08/2018 (League One)

Barnsley (Mamadou Thiam 20, 29, Brad Potts 77, Victor Adeboyejo 89) 4-0 Oxford

03/04/2016 (Johnstones Paint Trophy Final)

Barnsley (Chey Dunkley og 52, Ashley Fletcher 68, Adam Hammill 74) 3-2 Oxford (Callum O'Dowda 29, Danny Hylton 76)

30/01/1999 (Division One)

Oxford (Dean Windass 60) 1-0 Barnsley

31/08/1998 (Division One)

Barnsley (John Hendrie 43) 1-0 Oxford

04/05/1997 (Division One)

Oxford (Joey Beauchamp 18, 43, Nigel Jemson 26, pen 48, Mike Ford 70) 5-1 Barnsley (Neil Redfearn 59)

15/10/1996 (Division One)

Barnsley 0-0 Oxford

 

Overall Record:

Oxford Wins: 7

Barnsley Wins: 12

Draws: 5

Oxford Goals: 23

Barnsley Goals: 28

At Oxford:

Oxford Wins: 6

Barnsley Wins: 2

Draws: 3

Oxford Goals: 18

Barnsley Goals: 7

 

First Met: Oxford 1-0 Barnsley, Saturday 1st September 1979. Att: 5,120. (Third Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley 4-0 Oxford, Saturday 4th August 2018. Att: 12,820. (League One)

Biggest Defeat: Oxford (Joey Beauchamp 18, 43, Nigel Jemson 26, 48 pen, Mike Ford 70) 5-1 Barnsley (Neil Redfearn 59), Sunday 4th May 1997. Att: 8,693. (Division One)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Mamadou Thiam 20, 29, Brad Potts 77, Victor Adeboyejo 89) 4-0 Oxford, Saturday 4th August 2018. Att: 12,820. (League One)

Last Away Win: Oxford 0-1 Barnsley, Saturday 2nd November 1991. Att: 3,420. (Second Division)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley 0-0 Oxford, Tuesday 15th October 1996. Att: 6,307. (Division One)

Last Away Draw: Oxford (Neil Cusack) 1-1 Barnsley (Neil Redfearn), Tuesday 2nd November 1993. Att: 4,065. (Division One)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Oxford, Saturday 24 April 1993. Att: 5,588 (Division One)

Last Away Defeat: Oxford (Dean Windass 60) 1-0 Barnsley, Saturday 30th January 1999. 6,174. (Division One)

 

Last Away Meeting:

Saturday 30th January 1999: (Division One)

Manor Ground attendance: 6,174.

Oxford 1-0 Barnsley

Oxford:

Paul Gerrard, Phil Gilchrist, Mark Watson, Les Robinson, Paul Tait, Jamie Cook, Paul Powell, Martin Gray, Matt Murphy, Nicky Banger, Dean Windass.

Substitutions:

Kevin Francis (for Murphy 79)

Unused substitutes:

Christophe Remy, Dave Smith.

Manager: Malcolm Shotton (24th January 1998 - 25th October 1999)

 

Barnsley:

Tony Bullock, Arjan De Zeeuw, Nicky Eaden, Adie Moses, Kevin Richardson, Darren Sheridan, Martin Bullock, Matty Appleby, Sean McClare, Don Goodman, Craig Hignett.

Substitutions:

Eric Tinkler (for McClare 72)

Michael Turner (for Goodman 72)

Clint Marcelle (for Appleby 82)

Unused substitutes:

None

Manager: John Hendrie (7th July 1998 - 19th April 1999)

 

Still at respective clubs:

Oxford: 0

Barnsley: 0

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Oxford: 22 (Micky Lewis/Maurice Evans 25th October 1999 - 3rd February 2000, Denis Smith 3rd February 2000 - 2nd October 2000, Mike Ford 3rd October 2000 - 31st October 2000, David Kemp 31st October 2000 - 30th April 2001, Mike Ford 1st May 2001 - 8th May 2001, Mark Wright 8th May 2001 - 23rd November 2001, Ian Atkins 23rd November 2001 - 21st March 2004, Graham Rix 22nd March 2004 - 14th November 2004, Darren Patterson 14th November 2004 - 9th December 2004, Ramon Diaz 9th December 2004 - 4th May 2005, David Oldfield 4th May 2005 - 6th May 2005, Brian Talbot 6th May 2005 - 14th March 2006, Darren Patterson 14th March 2006 - 22nd March 2006, Jim Smith 22nd March 2006 - 9th November 2007, Darren Patterson 9th November 2007 - 30th November 2008, Chris Wilder 21st December 2008 - 26th January 2014, Micky Lewis 26th January 2014 - 22nd March 2014, Gary Waddock 22nd March 2014 - 4th July 2014, Michael Appleton 4th July 2014 - 1st July 2017, Pep Clotet 1st July 2017 - 22nd January 2018, Derek Fazackerley 23rd January 2018 - 22nd March 2018, Karl Robinson 22nd March 2018 - present)

Barnsley: 22 (Eric Winstanley – 19th April 1999 – 27th May 1999, Dave Bassett – 27th May 1999 – 19th December 2000, Eric Winstanley –19th December 2000 – 8th January 2001, Nigel Spackman – 8th January 2001 – 25th October 2001, Glyn Hodges – 25th October 2001 – 9th November, Steve Parkin – 9th November 2001 – 15th October 2002, Glyn Hodges 15th October 2002 - 30th June 2003, Gudjon Thordarson 30th June 2003- 4th March 2004, Paul Hart 4th March 2004- 4th March 2005, Andy Ritchie 4th March 2005- 21st November 2006, Simon Davey 22nd November 2006- 31st August 2009, Mark Robins 9th September 2009- 15th May 2011, Keith Hill 1st June 2011- 29th December 2012, David Flitcroft 29th December 2012- 30th November 2013, Micky Mellon 30th November 2013- 17th December 2013, Danny Wilson 17th December 2013- 12th February 2015, Mark Burton/Paul Heckingbottom 12th February 2015- 25th February 2015, Lee Johnson 25th February 2015- 6th February 2016, Paul Heckingbottom 6th February 2016- 6th February 2018, Paul Harsley 6th February 2018 - 16th February 2018, Jose Morais 16th February 2018 - 6th May 2018, Daniel Stendel 6th June 2018 - present)

League positions after match:

Oxford: 21st - P: 29 W: 7 D: 7 L: 15 F: 30 A: 51 GD: -21 Points: 28

Barnsley: 13th - P: 29 W: 9 D: 10 L: 10 F: 37 A: 36 GD: +1 Points: 37

 

This Season:

Last six 2018-2019 results:

Oxford:

22/01/19 Bury (Dom Telford 16, Adam Thompson 26, Byron Moore 41, Danny Mayor 55, 76) 5-2 Oxford (James Henry pen 24, Samir Carruthers 51 (Checkatrade Trophy Quarter-Final)

19/01/19 Oxford (Cameron Brannagan 25, James Henry 45) 2-1 Portsmouth (Brett Pitman 64) (League One)

12/01/19 Fleetwood (Wes Burns 8, Paddy Madden 26) 2-2 Oxford (James Henry 52, Jamie Mackie 64) (League One)

08/01/19 Cheltenham (Kevin Dawson 64) 1-1 Oxford (Cameron Brannagan 45) (Checkatrade Trophy Third Round)

05/01/19 Brentford (Neal Maupay pen 80) 1-0 Oxford (FA Cup Third Round)

01/01/19 Plymouth (Antoni Sarcevic 9, Ruben Lameiras 41, 67) 3-0 Oxford (League One)

W: 1 D: 2 L: 3 F: 7 A: 13 GD: -6

League Record: W: 7 D: 9 L: 12 F: 35 A: 44 GD: -9 Points: 30 Pos: 21st

Barnsley:

26/01/19 Barnsley (Kieffer Moore 54, Cauley Woodrow 75) 2-1 Rochdale (Ian Henderson 49 (League One)

19/01/19 Wimbledon (Joe Pigott 36) 1-4 Barnsley (Cauley Woodrow 19, Kieffer Moore 51, Mamadou Thiam 65, Cameron McGeehan 90) (League One)

12/01/19 Barnsley (Jacob Brown 28, Kieffer Moore 38, Alex Mowatt 90) 3-0 Bradford (League One)

05/01/19 Burnley (Chris Wood pen 90) 1-0 Barnsley (FA Cup Third Round)

01/01/19 Luton 0-0 Barnsley (League One)

29/12/18 Barnsley (Brad Potts 5, Mamadou Thiam 14) 2-1 Charlton (Ben Reeves 73) (League One)

W: 4 D: 1 L: 1 F: 11 A: 4 GD: +7

League Record: W: 16 D: 7 L: 5 F: 49 A: 24 GD: +25 Points: 55 Pos: 3rd

 

Oxford last time out:

Bury 5-2 Oxford

1. Simon Eastwood

6. Jamie Hanson

4. Robert Dickie

5. Curtis Nelson

14. Josh Ruffels

8. Cameron Brannagan

10. Marcus Browne

40. Ahmed Kashi

17. James Henry

18. Jordan Graham 

19. Jamie Mackie

Substitutions:

11. Samir Carruthers (for Brannagan 45)

16. Gavin Whyte (for Mackie 65)

24. Mark Sykes (for Graham 80)

Unused Substitutes:

3. Luke Garbutt, 15. John Mousinho, 23. Sam Long, 27. Jack Stevens.

Oxford manager Karl Robinson said:

“I think I have every right to be angry”

“We did OK for 20 minutes and then made a mistake and crumbled. OK we got back in the game at 1-1 and had looked very good and were moving the ball around well. But then we became undisciplined, started doing our own things and had people pointing fingers at each other.

“There were 101 fans here tonight who travelled a long way in the snow and the players will reimburse them for their tickets because people pay a lot of money and that was a disgrace. There were no positives. Sometimes we give players too much praise and we treat them like men but they perform like boys sometimes. That’s why they are where they are in the league.

“It’s down to mentality. That’s what separates good players from bad players. They have a little break now with no game at the weekend and they need that, just to get away from each other. We have gone out of a competition we wanted to do well in and now we have to concentrate on the league, but the performance tonight was certainly not one I would expect from my team.”

 

Mad Sites:

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Official Sites:

www.oufc.co.uk

www.barnsleyfc.co.uk

 

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