Barnsley 1-0 Peterborough

This was Barnsley’s 21st league victory of the season (their most since gaining 24 in 1999-2000) Only the top two- Wigan and Burton- have won more.

11 of those 21 victories have been accompanied by clean sheets.

In total The Reds have kept 15 shut outs this campaign (including 12 in the last 19) their most in a season for 10 years (19)

Barnsley went 50 games without an opposition red card but now have had two in the space of four matches.

It is the first time Barnsley have seen a first half red card since Yeovil’s Ben Nugent was sent off in the 26th minute of Barnsley’s 2-0 win in January 2015 (that game was also goal-less at half time before The Reds went on to win)

Barnsley have now gone five games without scoring in the first 45 minutes of a game (Sam Winnall’s first goal v Oldham was in the 49th) their longest such run in 2016.

Three of the Reds last four league games have been 0-0 at half time.

Ashley Fletcher replaced Ivan Toney, one has replaced the other in each of Barnsley’s past four league matches.

At the weekend Barnsley’s game at Burton was the only goal-less match in League One. Last night it was also the final match to see a goal.

The Reds had a staggering 11 shots on target and forced 11 corners. It is the most shots on target they have had in a game this season (their most since also having 11 in the final game of last season- 5-0 win v Rochdale)

Their total of 11 corners is the most since winning 14 in the 1-0 win against Doncaster in February.

George Williams’ dramatic effort was Barnsley’s fifth 90+ minute goal of the season

Barnsley now have 69 points, their most in a season since gaining 72 when they won promotion from this league 10 seasons ago.


Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies

Josh Scowen

Marc Roberts

Alfie Mawson

George Williams

Adam Hammill

Josh Brownhill

Conor Hourihane

Lloyd Isgrove

Ivan Toney

Sam Winnall


Ashley Fletcher (for Toney 59)

Harry Chapman (for Isgrove 65)

Unused Substitutes:

Nick Townsend, Lewin Nyatanga, Otis Khan, Jak McCourt, Shaun Tuton.


Match Reports:


Official Website



Sky Bet League One results:

Tuesday 19th April 2016:

Barnsley 1–0 Shrewsbury

Williams 90

Burton 1-1 Wigan

Naylor 38   Jacobs 8

Chesterfield 1-1 Doncaster

Ariyibi 18        Rowe 6

Coventry 1-0 Bradford

Rose 59

Crewe 1-1 Colchester

Saunders 90+1    Moncur 65 pen

Millwall 1-0 Fleetwood

Morison 52

Rochdale 1-1 Gillingham

Camps 45+1    Egan 77

Scunthorpe 2-1 Bury

Williams 19    Pope 61

Wootton 53

Shrewsbury 1-2 Sheffield United

Ogogo 54       Sharp 19, Adams 66

Southend 0-1 Oldham

                      Main 66

Walsall 1-1 Swindon

Morris 71 Doughty 59


Barnsley lie in 7th place in the Sky Bet League One with 69 points from 43 games.

We are Goal Difference outside the Play-Offs, 9 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 12 points off First place and 24 points above the Relegation Zone.

Up to 20/4/16


Next Up:

On The Road:

Sky Bet League One Matchday Forty-Four: Sheffield United v Barnsley, Saturday 23rd April 2016 Kick-Off 12:30pm.


Adult: £25

Over 60: £19

Age 18-21: £14

Under 18: £12

Student: £14

At Oakwell:

Sky Bet League One Matchday Forty- Five: Barnsley v Colchester United Saturday 30th April 2016. Kick-Off: 3pm.


Adult: £20-£25

Over 65s: £15-£18

Age 17-21: £15-£18

Under 17: £10

Under 12: £5