Last time out - Barnsley Team:
Head to Head
Last Six Rochdale v Barnsley results:
23/01/2016 Barnsley (Alfie Mawson 8, Sam Winnall 52,69,89, Marley Watkins 84, Kevin Long 90) 6-1 Rochdale (Nathaniel Mendez-Laing 65) (League One)
29/08/2015 Rochdale (Calvin Andrew 8, Peter Vincenti 36, Ian Henderson 63) 3-0 Barnsley (League One)
03/05/2015 Barnsley (Josh Scowen 67,76, Mason Holgate 84, Sam Winnall 90, Conor Hourihane 90) 5-0 Rochdale (League One)
04/10/2014 Rochdale 0-1 Barnsley (Peter Ramage 10) (League One)
11/08/2014 Rochdale (Andrew Tutte 6, Jason Kennedy, 90 107) 3-4 Barnsley (John Stones, Craig Davies 79, Chris Dagnall 95,105 (League Cup)
10/08/2010 Barnsley 0-1 Rochdale (Anthony Elding 56) (League Cup)
Rochdale Wins: 11
Barnsley Wins: 24
Rochdale Goals: 52
Barnsley Goals: 86
Rochdale Wins: 9
Barnsley Wins: 8
Rochdale Goals: 32
Barnsley Goals: 29
First Met: Rochdale 2-3 Barnsley, Saturday 17th December 1932. Att: 4,071. (Division Three North)
Biggest Win: Barnsley (Alfie Mawson 8, Sam Winnall 52,69,89, Marley Watkins 84, Kevin Long 90) 6-1 Rochdale (Nathianel Mendez-Laing 65), Saturday 23rd January 2016. Att: 8,823. (League One)
Biggest Defeat: Rochdale 3-0 Barnsley, Saturday 9th October 1954. Att: 11,552. (Division Three North), & Saturday 29th August 2015. Att: 3,618. (League One), Barnsley 0-3 Rochdale, Saturday 28th April 1979. Att: 12,051. (Division Four)
Last Home Win: Barnsley (Alfie Mawson 8, Sam Winnall 52,69,89, Marley Watkins 84, Kevin Long 90) 6-1 Rochdale (Nathianel Mendez-Laing 65), Saturday 23rd January 2016. Att: 8,823. (League One)
Last Away Win: Rochdale 0-1 Barnsley (Peter Ramage 10) Saturday 4th October 2014. Att: 4,380. (League One).
Last Home Draw: Barnsley 3-3 Rochdale Saturday 25th September 1971. Att: 5,805. (Third Division).
Last Away Draw: Rochdale 1-1 Barnsley Saturday 14th January 1978. Att: 2,668. (Fourth Division).
Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Rochdale (Anthony Elding 56) Tuesday 10th August 2010. Att: 4,107. (League Cup First Round)
Last Away Defeat: Rochdale (Calvin Andrew 8, Peter Vincenti 36, Ian Henderson 63) 3-0 Barnsley Saturday 29th August 2015. Att: 3,618. (League One).
Last Away Meeting:
Saturday 29th August 2015: (League One)
Spotland attendance: 3,618.
Rochdale 3-0 Barnsley
Josh Lillis, Tom Kennedy, Ollie Lancashire, Joe Rafferty, Jim McNulty, Jamie Allen, Andy Cannon, Ian Henderson, Donal McDermott, Peter Vincenti, Calvin Andrew.
Joe Bunney (for Vincenti 75)
Reuben Noble-Lazarus (for McDermott 84
Steve Collis, Ash Eastham, Michael Rose, Callum Camps, Lewis Alessandra.
Manager: Keith Hill (22nd January 2013 - present)
Adam Davies, Alfie Mawson, Marc Roberts, Reece Wabara, Lewin Nyatanga, Kadeem Harris, Conor Hourihane, Ben Pearson, Joe Rothwell, Marley Watkins, Connor Wilkinson.
Dan Crowley (for Rothwell 46)
Sam Winnall (for Wilkinson 46)
George Smith (for Nyatanga 66)
Jack Walton, Paul Digby, Josh Scowen, George Maris.
Manager: Lee Johnson (25th February 2015 - 6th February 2016)
Still at respective clubs:
Rochdale: 8 (Lillis, Rafferty, McNulty, Cannon, Andrew, Henderson, Collis, Camps)
Barnsley: 2 (Davies, Walton)
Managers since this game (including caretakers):
Barnsley: 4 (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:
Last Season/This Season:
Last six 2017-2018/2018-2019 results:
18/08/18 Fleetwood (Jim McNulty og 29, Ched Evans 56) 2-2 Rochdale (Ian Henderson 50, pen 90) (League One)
14/08/18 Grimsby 0-2 Rochdale (Oliver Rathbone 39,79) (EFL Cup First Round)
11/08/18 Rochdale (Ian Henderson pen 17) 1-4 Peterborough (Jason Cummings 25, Mark O'Hara 34,90, Matt Godden 45) (League One)
04/08/18 Burton (Liam Boyce 71) 1-2 Rochdale (Brad Inman 10,22) (League One)
05/05/18 Rochdale (Joe Thompson 69) 1-0 Charlton (League One)
28/04/18 Oxford (John Mousinho pen 62, Todd Kane pen 83) 2-1 Rochdale (Brad Inman 59) (League One)
W: 3 D: 1 L: 2 F: 9 A: 9 GD: 0
League Record: W: 1 D: 1 L: 1 F: 5 A: 7 GD: -2 Points: 4 Pos: 14th
18/08/18 Barnsley 0-0 Wimbledon (League One)
14/08/18 Blackpool (Michael Nottingham 50, Harry Pritchard 56, Armand Gnanduillet 80) 3- 1 Barnsley (George Moncur 19) (EFL Cup First Round)
11/08/18 Bradford 0-2 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 7, Victor Adeboyejo 70) (League One)
04/08/18 Barnsley (Mamadou Thiam 22,29, Brad Potts 77, Victor Adeboyejo 89) 4-0 Oxford (League One)
06/05/18 Derby (Cameron Jerome 14, Matej Vydra 55, David Nugent 68, Tom Lawrence 71) 4-1 Barnsley (George Moncur 80) (Championship)
28/04/18 Barnsley (Kieffer Moore 11, Oli McBurnie 51) 2-0 Brentford (Championship)
W: 3 D: 1 L: 2 F: 10 A: 7 GD: +2
League Record: W: 2 D: 1 L: 0 F: 6 A: 0 GD: +6 Points: 7 Pos: 3rd
Rochdale last time out:
Fleetwood 2-2 Rochdale
Josh Lillis, Joe Rafferty, Kgoshi Ntlhe, Jim McNulty, Ryan Delaney, Harrison McGahey, Oliver Rathbone, David Perkins, Aaron Wilbraham, Brad Inman, Ian Henderson.
Callum Camps (for Inman 42)
Matt Done (for Rafferty 51)
Calvin Andrew (for Rathbone 67)
Magnus Norman, Jordan Williams, Daniel Adshead, Andrew Cannon.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill said:
“I thought in the first-half we huffed and puffed,”
“We played some nice, possession-based football, but ultimately it’s about scoring goals. They get one opportunity, and it’s a bit naïve what we’re doing defensively.
“One turnover of possession in the right-back area of the pitch shouldn’t lead to a goal, so I’m really disappointed with the goal.
“I’m not disappointed with the way we tried to play and some of the chances we created. Ollie Rathbone had a great strike, Kgosi had a couple of opportunities, we had Hendo and Bradden Inman racing through the centre of the pitch.
“They were very cynical with respect to stopping us getting through the lines, but that’s part of the game and we’ve got to accept that, I’ve got no problems with it.
“Second-half I thought we were meandering. We got the equaliser which I’m really pleased about and we tried to push on, but we conceded again.
“The second goal - we can’t keep conceding that second goal. The spirit of the players is superb, but the naivety of the whole team in those key moments is down to concentration and decision making, and they’ve got to get better at that.
“A lot of what we’re working on and what we’re doing is more than acceptable, but for us to be a successful side that means winning games. We have to make better individual decisions and that’s what I’m looking for from this group.”
Tuesday 21st August 2018:
AFC Wimbledon v Walsall
Blackpool v Coventry City
Bradford City v Burton Albion
Bristol Rovers v Portsmouth
Charlton Athletic v Peterborough United
Doncaster Rovers v Shrewsbury Town
Luton Town v Southend United
Oxford United v Accrington Stanley
Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers
Wednesday 22nd August 2018:
Gillingham v Sunderland
Scunthorpe United v Fleetwood Town