Barnsley 0-0 Cardiff

By Rob Miles (BarnsleyBoy)
Last updated : 05 April 2017
Barnsley have now gone eight league games without a win (D4 L4), their worst run since October-November 2015 when they lost eight in a row in League One.

They have also gone eight games without a first half goal and have scored before half-time in only one of their last 13 (scored two v Aston Villa)

The 8 game run is Barnsley’s worst such run since 2008 (9 games)- they failed to score at all in 6 of those matches, whereas in this run they have netted second half goals in five of the eight.

To complete the eight theme, Barnsley have failed to score more than once for an eighth successive game- their worst such run since September-December 2012 when they went 13 games without more than one goal.

Barnsley have now drawn their last four matches at Oakwell- the first time they have done this for 11 years when they drew the final five home games of the regular 2005-2006 season.

They have gone seven matches without victory in front of their own supporters, their joint worst run of the season- also seven without a win between September 17th and November 19th.

This was Barnsley’s 11th draw of the season, six of which have been goal-less, the most goal-less draws they have had since 2008-2009, also six.

Barnsley started the season only drawing one of their first 14 league matches, but since then they have experienced a stalemate in ten of the following 26.

Barnsley have now won only one of their last eight games against Cardiff- the reverse fixture in December. They have failed to win any of the last four meetings at Oakwell, but ended a run of three successive defeats here against them.

This was the first goal-less draw between Barnsley and Cardiff in 23 meetings and only the third overall (49 meetings)

 

Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies

Saidy Janko (YC)

Marc Roberts

Angus MacDonald

Gethin Jones

Adam Hammill

Matty James

Josh Scowen

Alex Mowatt

Marley Watkins

Tom Bradshaw

Substitutes:

Ryan Kent (for Mowatt 71)

Adam Armstrong (for Bradshaw 82)

Ryan Hedges (for Hammill 84)

Unused Substitutes:

Nick Townsend, Adam Jackson, George Moncur, Elliott Lee.

 

Match Reports:

Footymad

Official Website

BBC

 

Sky Bet Championship results:

Tuesday 4th April 2017:

Aston Villa 1-0 QPR

Kodjia 5

BARNSLEY 0-0 Cardiff

Brentford 2-0 Leeds

Sawyers 19

Vibe 34

Brighton 3-1 Birmingham

Murray 2        Adams 85

Hemed 48

Hunemeier 54

Derby 4-2 Fulham

Nugent 8,   Ayite 35, 78

42, 59

Russell 67

Ipswich 3-0 Wigan

McGoldrick 22

Sears 30, 85

Preston 5-0 Bristol City

Barkhuizen 25

McGeady pen 47

Clarke 54

Robinson 64, 68

Rotherham 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday

                             Fletcher 19, 44

Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

Dicko 62

Reading 3-1 Blackburn

Kermorgant 14              Bennett 77

29

McCleary 78

 

Wednesday 5th April 2017:

Huddersfield 3-0 Norwich

Kachunga 66

Mooy 70

Wells 73

Newcastle 1-0 Burton

Ritchie 68

 

Barnsley lie in 13th place in the Sky Bet Championship with 53 points from 40 games.

We are 13 points outside the Play-Offs, 30 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 31 points off First place and 13 points above the Relegation Zone.

Up to 05/04/17

 

Next Up:

On The Road:

Sky Bet Championship Matchday Forty-One: Blackburn Rovers v Barnsley: Saturday 8th April 2017. Kick-Off: 3pm

Tickets:

Adult: £22

Over 65: £14

18-21: £14

Under 18: £7

At Oakwell:

Sky Bet Championship Matchday Forty-Three: Barnsley v Brentford, Monday 17th April 2017. Kick-Off: 3pm.

Tickets:

Up to 16th April 2017:

Adult: £10

Over 65: £5

Age 17-21: £5

Under 17: £5

Under 12: £5

If bought on day of game:

Category D

Adult: £23

Over 65: £16

Age 17-21: £16

Under 17: £10

Under 12: £5

Barnsley Match Reports

Sky Bet Championship Sat 14th October 15:00

Barnsley 2 - 2 Middlesbrough

Last game - Match Centre


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