Barnsley failed to score in their last home match - against Aston Villa but have scored first half goals in all their other six games at Oakwell this season - their best record at the
start of a season since 1999-2000 (scored first half goals in 6 of first 7 home matches)
Barnsley led at half time for only the fourth time in 11 matches this season, but the second time out of the past three home league matches.
Joe Williams is the second Barnsley player to be booked in successive matches this season, after Jason McCarthy.
Each of the last three goals Barnsley have conceded have arrived in the final ten minutes of a game.
This was the eighth game Harvey Barnes has scored in during his career and it isthe first he has not finished on the winning side (Aggregate score in games he has scored in: 24-8)
This stalemate ended a run of 10 Barnsley/QPR meetings without a draw. The last time the two sides ended level against each other was in February 2008 (0-0) The aggregate score since
(prior to last night) was Barnsley 15-23.
It was also the first time in five meetings that Rangers had not scored at least twice in a game against Barnsley.
Luke Freeman's 87th minute equaliser means The R's have lost only one of their last five trips to Oakwell. That solitary success was 3-2 last season, and The Reds have failed to win back
to back home games against QPR since 2002.
12 of the last 15 goals scored in Barnsley/QPR meetings have been scored in the second half. The last time there no second half goals in this particular duel was in April 2011 when Adel
Taarabt scored the only goal... in the first minute.
Ian Holloway's side avoided defeat on the road for only the third time in 12 outings- all three matches have been at the home of Yorkshire sides (also 0-0 at Leeds and 1-1 at Sheffield
The Reds have won only two of their last 14 home league matches.
There were just six shots on target in the game (three for each team), the lowest in a Barnsley match for 27 games (also six in the 0-0 draw at Reading in February) It is the lowest
amount an Oakwell crowd has witnessed since the goal-less draw with Wigan last November (5)
Tom Bradshaw (for Barnes 45)
Cameron McGeehan (for Moncur 71)
Ryan Hedges (for Potts 80)
Nick Townsend, Matty Pearson, Angus MacDonald, Mamadou Thiam
Sky Bet Championship results:
Tuesday 26th September 2017:
BARNSLEY 1-1 QPR
Barnes 20 Freeman 87
Brentford 1-1 Derby
Watkins 86 Ledley 15
Bristol City 2-0 Bolton
Burton 0-4 Aston Villa
Davis 13, Adomah 16, Snodgrass 32, Onomah 71
Cardiff 3-1 Leeds
Zohore 28,59 Roofe 67
Hull 1-2 Preston
Bowen 50 Barkhuizen 37, Robinson 88
Ipswich 5-2 Sunderland
Waghorn 6 Jones 10, McGeady 65
Middlesbrough 0-1 Norwich
Millwall 2-1 Reading
Saville 80,85 Edwards 73
Nottingham Forest 1-3 Fulham
Murphy 33 Kamara 13, Johansen 72, Kebano 89
Wednesday 27th September 2017:
Birmingham 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield United 2-0 Wolves
Barnsley lie in 21st place in the Sky Bet Championship with 8 points from 8 games.
We are 10 points outside the Play-Offs, 13 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 15 points off First place and Goal Difference above the Relegation Zone.
Up to 27/09/17
On The Road:
Sky Bet Championship Matchday Ten: Millwall v Barnsley: Saturday 30th September 2017. Kick-Off: 3pm
Sky Bet Championship Matchday Eleven: Barnsley v Middlesbrough, Saturday 14th October 2017. Kick-Off: 3pm.