Tottenham Hotspur v Barnsley

By Rob Miles
Last updated : 18 September 2017

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies

Jason McCarthy

Liam Lindsay

Adam Jackson

Matty Pearson

Joe Williams

Brad Potts

George Moncur

Harvey Barnes

Adam Hammill

Tom Bradshaw

 

Head to Head

Last six Tottenham Hotspur v Barnsley  results:     

16/03/1999 Barnsley 0-1 Tottenham (David Ginola 68 (FA Cup)

18/04/1998 Barnsley (Neil Redfearn 19) 1-1 Tottenham (Colin Calderwood 47) (Premiership)

04/02/1998 Barnsley (Ashley Ward 50, Neil Redfearn 58, Darren Barnard 88) 3-1 Tottenham (David Ginola 72) (FA Cup)

24/01/1998 Tottenham (Sol Campbell 30) 1-1 Barnsley (Neil Redfearn pen 59 (FA Cup)

20/12/1997 Tottenham (Allan Nielsen 6, David Ginola 12, 18) 3-0 Barnsley (Premiership)

08/10/1986 Tottenham (Shaun Close 14, Glenn Hoddle 31, 57, Tony Galvin 60, Clive Allen 84) 5-3 Barnsley  (League Cup)

Overall Record

Tottenham Wins: 17

Barnsley Wins: 10

Draws: 7

Tottenham Goals: 62

Barnsley Goals: 41

At White Hart Lane:

Tottenham Wins: 13

Barnsley Wins: 1

Draws: 2

Tottenham Goals: 45

Barnsley Goals: 14

First Met: Tottenham (Herbert Middlemiss 2, Joseph Walton, Vivian Woodward) 4-0 Barnsley, Saturday 12th September 1908. (Second Division)

Biggest Win: Barnsley 4-1 Tottenham, Saturday 13th April 1929 & Saturday 9th April 1949. (Second Division)

Biggest Defeat: Tottenham (Herbert Middlemiss 2, Joseph Walton, Vivian Woodward) 4-0 Barnsley, Saturday 12th September 1908 & Tottenham (James Banks, Bert Bliss, James Cantrell, Arthur Grimsdell) 4-0 Barnsley, Saturday 27th December 1919. (Second Division)

Last Home Win: Barnsley (Ashley Ward 50, Neil Redfearn 58, Darren Barnard 88) 3-1 Tottenham (David Ginola 72), Wednesday 4th February 1998. (FA Cup)

Last Away Win: Tottenham 0-3 Barnsley, Monday 15th March 1948. (Second Division)

Last Home Draw: Barnsley (Neil Redfearn 19) 1-1 Tottenham (Colin Calderwood 47), Saturday 18th April 1998. (Premiership)

Last Away Draw: Tottenham (Sol Campbell 30) 1-1 Barnsley (Neil Redfearn pen 59), Saturday 24th January 1998. (Premiership)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Tottenham (David Ginola 68), Tuesday 16th March 1999. (FA Cup)

Last Away Defeat: Tottenham (Allan Nielsen 6, David Ginola 12, 18) 3-0 Barnsley, Saturday 20th December 1997. (Premiership)

 

Last Away Meeting:

Saturday 24th January 1998: (FA Cup)

Tottenham 1                  1 Barnsley

White Hart Lane attendance: 22,722

Tottenham:

Espen Baardsen, Stephen Carr, Sol Campbell, Ramon Vega, Clive Wilson, Nicola Berti, Ruel Fox, David Ginola, Andy Sinton, Les Ferdinand, Jurgen Klinsmann.

Substitutions:

Colin Calderwood (for Ferdinand 62)

Unused substitutes:

Simon Brown, David Howells, Garry Brady, Stephen Clemence.

Manager: Christian Gross (19th November 1997 – 5th September 1998)

 

Barnsley:       

David Watson, Nicky Eaden, Arjan De Zeeuw, Adie Moses, Darren Barnard, Neil Redfearn, Darren Sheridan, Eric Tinkler, John Hendrie, Clint Marcelle, Ashley Ward.

Substitutions:

Jovo Bosancic (for Tinkler 46)

Andy Liddell (for Hendrie 88)

Unused substitutes:

Lars Leese, Chris Morgan, Martin Bullock.

Manager: Danny Wilson (2nd June 1994 – 7th July 1998)

Still at respective clubs:

Tottenham: 0

Barnsley: 0

Managers since this game (including caretakers):

Tottenham: 13 (Chris Hughton/ David Pleat 7th September 1998 – 1st October 1998, George Graham 1st October 1998 – 16th March 2001, David Pleat 16th March 2001 – 2nd April 2001, Glenn Hoddle 2nd April 2001 – 21st September 2003, David Pleat 21st September 2003 – 3rd June 2004, Jacques Santini 3rd June 2004 – 5th November 2004, Martin Jol 5th November 2004 – 26th October 2007, Clive Allen 26th October 2007 – 29th October 2007, Juande Ramos 29th October 2007 – 25th October 2008, Harry Redknapp 25th October 2008 – 15th June 2012, Andre Villas-Boas 3rd July 2012 – 16th December 2013, Tim Sherwood 16th December 2013 – 13th May 2014, Mauricio Pochettino 27th May 2014 – present)

Barnsley: 20 (John Hendrie – 7th July 1998 – 19th April 1999, 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-present)

 

This Season:

 

Last six 2017-2018 results:

Tottenham:

16/09/17 Tottenham 0-0 Swansea (Premier League)

13/09/17 Tottenham (Heung Son-Min 4, Harry Kane 15,60) 3-1 Borussia Dortmund (Andriy Yarmolenko 11) (Champions League)

09/09/17 Everton 0-3 Tottenham (Harry Kane 28,46, Christian Eriksen 42) (Premier League)

27/08/17 Tottenham (Dele Alli 49) 1-1 Burnley (Chris Wood 90) (Premier League)

20/08/17 Tottenham (Michy Batshuayi og 82) 1-2 Chelsea (Marcos Alonso 24,88) (Premier League)

13/08/17 Newcastle 0-2 Tottenham (Dele Alli 61, Ben Davies 70) (Premier League)

W: 3 D: 2 L: 1 F: 10 A: 4 GD: +6

Current League Record (Premier League) W: 2 D: 2 L: 1 F: 7 A: 3 GD: +4 Points: 8 Pos: 5th

 

Barnsley:

16/09/17 Barnsley 0–3 Aston Villa (Albert Adomah 19, pen 44, Keinan Davis 55) (Championship)

12/09/17 Barnsley (Adam Jackson 18, Tom Bradshaw 73, Adam Hammill 88) 3-2 Derby (Johnny Russell 6, Mason Bennett 39) (EFL Cup)

09/09/2017 Preston (Sean Maguire 23) 1–1 Barnsley (Brad Potts 26) (Championship)

26/08/17 Barnsley (Ike Ugbo 31, Harvey Barnes 35, George Moncur 67) 3–0 Sunderland (Championship)

19/08/17 Sheffield United (Billy Sharp 17) 1–0 Barnsley (Championship)

15/08/17 Barnsley (Matty Pearson 4, Ryan Hedges 50) 2-1 Nottingham Forest (Daryl Murphy 26) (Championship)

W: 3 D: 1 L: 2 F: 9 A: 8 GD: +1

Current League Record: (Championship) W: 2 D: 1 L: 4 F: 8 A: 11 GD: -3 Points: 7 Pos: 20th  

 

Tottenham last time out:

Tottenham 0-0 Swansea

Hugo Lloris, Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier, Kieran Trippier, Jan Vertonghen, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Davinson Sanchez, Moussa Sissoko, Son Heung-Min, Harry Kane.

Substitutes:

Serge Aurier (for Sissoko 63)

Fernando Llorente (for Son 74)

Unused Substitutes:

Michel Vorm, Juan Foyth, Ben Davies, Moussa Dembele, Harry Winks.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said:

 "It is very disappointing because we did everything to win. We created chances and dominated the game but were a little unlucky.

"I am happy with the performance although it is another game we drew here at Wembley and that is no good.

"I like to talk about my team, we created a lot of chances to score. It is true after the draw to say well done to Swansea and congratulate them for taking a draw."

 

Mad Sites:

http://www.tottenhamhotspur-mad.co.uk/

www.barnsley-mad.co.uk

Official Sites:

http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/

www.barnsleyfc.co.uk

 

Other Fixtures:

 

Tuesday 19th September 2017:

7:45pm:

Aston Villa v Middlesbrough

Bournemouth v Brighton

Brentford v Norwich

Bristol City v Stoke

Burnley v Leeds

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield

Leicester v Liverpool

West Ham v Bolton

Wolves v Bristol Rovers

8pm:

Reading v Swansea

Wednesday 20th September 2017:

7:45pm:

Arsenal v Doncaster

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Everton v Sunderland

8pm:

Manchester United v Burton

West Brom v Manchester City

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