Sheffield Wednesday v Barnsley

Last updated : 28 October 2017 By Rob Miles

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies
Zeki Fryers
Liam Lindsay
Adam Jackson
Jason McCarthy
Joe Williams
Cameron McGeehan
Harvey Barnes
Adam Hammill
Ike Ugbo
Tom Bradshaw

Head to Head

Last six Sheffield Wednesday v Barnsley results:

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/o3/2013 Sheffield Wednesday (Gary Madine 65, Reda Johnson 77) 2-1 Barnsley (Jacob Mellis 90) (Championship)

15/12/2012 Barnsley 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Chris O’Grady 35) (Championship)

Overall Record:
Sheffield Wednesday Wins: 35
Barnsley Wins: 22
Draws: 14
Sheffield Wednesday Goals: 108
Barnsley Goals: 84

At Hillsborough:
Sheffield Wednesday Wins: 25
Barnsley Wins: 8
Draws: 4
Sheffield Wednesday Goals: 69
Barnsley Goals: 35

First Met: Sheffield Wednesday 5-1 Barnsley, Tuesday 27th February 1900. (Second Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley 4-0 Sheffield Wednesday, Saturday 9th October 1948. (Second Division)

Biggest Defeat: Sheffield Wednesday 5-0 Barnsley, Saturday 25th April 1959. (Second Division)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Iain Hume 4, Jamal Campbell-Ryce pen 61) 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday, Tuesday 21st October 2008. (Championship)

Last Away Win: Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Barnsley (Jamal Campbell-Ryce 38, Tuesday 17th February 2009. (Championship)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley (Angus MacDonald 90) 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Sam Winnall), Saturday 1st April 2017. (Championship)

Last Away Draw: Sheffield Wednesday (Jermaine Johnson 9, Michael Gray 38) 2-2 Barnsley (Jacob Butterfield 59, Jon Macken 76), Saturday 8th August 2009. (Championship)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Chris O’Grady 35), Saturday 15th December 2012. (Championship)

Last Away Defeat: Sheffield Wednesday (Angus MacDonald og 37, Sam Hutchinson 80) 2-0 Barnsley, Tuesday 13th December 2016. (Championship)


Last Away Meeting:

Tuesday 13th December 2016: (Championship)
Hillsbrough attendance: 27,248.

Sheffield Wednesday 2 - 0 Barnsley

Sheffield Wednesday:
Kieren Westwood, Sam Hutchinson, Tom Lees, Glenn Loovens, Kieran Lee, Liam Palmer, Daniel Pudil, Adam Reach, Barry Bannan, Steven Fletcher, Lucas Joao.
Ross Wallace (for Joao 55)
David Jones (for Bannan 68)
Adthe Nuhiu (for Fletcher 79)
Unused substitutes:
Joe Wildsmith, Vincent Sasso, Jose Semedo, George Hirst.

Manager: Carlos Carvalhal (30th June 2015 – present)

Adam Davies, Angus MacDonald, Marc Roberts, Andy Yiadom, James Bree, Conor Hourihane, Ryan Kent, Sam Morsy, Josh Scowen, Tom Bradshaw, Sam Winnall.
Adam Hammill (for Morsy 69)
Stefan Payne (for Bradshaw 69)
Saidy Janko (for Kent 79)
Unused substitutes:
Nick Townsend, Cole Kpekawa, Callum Evans, Ryan Williams.

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

League Position after game:
Sheffield Wednesday: 6th
Barnsley: 11th

Still at respective clubs:

Sheffield Wednesday: 16 (Westwood, Loovens, Lees, Palmer, Hutchinson, Pudil, Lee, Reach, Bannan, Fletcher, Joao, Wildsmith, Jones, Wallace,
Nuhiu, Hirst)
Barnsley: 6 (Davies, MacDonald, Yiadom, Bradshaw, Townsend, Hammill)

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Sheffield Wednesday: 0

Barnsley: 0

This Season:

Last six 2017-2018 results:

Sheffield Wednesday:

21/10/17 Derby (Matej Vydra pen 5, Bradley Johnson 86) 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday (Championship)

14/10/17 Bolton (Sammy Ameobi 10, Sam Hutchinson og 61) 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Kieran Lee 68) (Championship)

01/10/17 Sheffield Wednesday (Gary Hooper 25,41, Kieran Lee 82) 3-0 Leeds (Championship)

27/09/17 Birmingham (Isaac Vassell 76) 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday (Championship)

24/09/17 Sheffield Wednesday (Gary Hooper 45, Lucas Joao 65) 2-4 Sheffield United (John Fleck 3, Leon Clarke 15,77, Mark Duffy 67 (Championship)

16/09/17 Cardiff (Souleymane Bamba 90) 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Gary Hooper 39) (CHampionship)

W: 1 D: 1 L: 4 F: 7 A: 10 GD: -3

Current League Record: W: 4 D: 4 L: 5 F: 16 A: 16 GD: 0 Points: 16

Pos: 16th



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)

26/09/17 Barnsley (Harvey Barnes 20) 1-1 QPR (Luke Freeman 87) (Championship)

23/09/17 Wolves( Bright Enobakhare 80, Alfred N'Diaye 90) 2-1 Barnsley (Adam Jackson 90) (Championship)

19/09/17 Tottenham (Dele Alli 65) 1–0 Barnsley (EFL Cup)

W: 1 D: 2 L: 3 F: 7 A: 8 GD: -1

Current League Record: W: 3 D: 3 L: 6 F: 15 A: 18 GD: -3 Points: 12
Pos: 19th

Sheffield Wednesday last time out:

Derby 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Kieren Westwood, Morgan Fox, Tom Lees, Glenn Loovens, Jack Hunt, Kieran Lee, Adam Reach, Barry Bannan, Ross Wallace, Steven Fletcher, Gary Hooper
Lucas Joao (for Fletcher 65)
Marco Matias (for Wallace 82)
Unused Substitutes:
Joe Wildsmith, Joost Van Aken, Liam Palmer, David Jones, Adthe Nuhiu.

Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal said:

"The Loovens incident seemed like a penalty and a red card but when we have a similar situation, it makes a massive impact because it could be 1-1 and Derby will play with 10 players.

"I don't know if I'm more upset that the referee doesn't give the penalty or what he says to Fletcher because he says to Fletcher 'I saw that he push your shirt but you must stay up', which I think is bad in my opinion.

"But I know my players and after this game, with this performance and what we did by showing the heart and commitment, it makes me believe the future will be better."

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