Wolves 2-1 Barnsley

By Rob Miles
Last updated : 24 September 2017

Barnsley lost points by conceding in the final minute for the first time since the 11th March when Tom Lawrence's injury time effort earned Ipswich a point at Oakwell.

It is the first time both Barnsley and their opponent have socred in injury time since December 2015; Matty Templeton netted for Barnsley, and Andy Little scored for Blackpool in a 4-2 win for The Reds.

It is however the first time both Barnsley and their opponent have scored in injury time to influence the direction of the points since September 2007 when Inigo Idiakez thought he had earned Southampton a last minute point before Martin Devaney won it 3-2 for Barnsley.

The Reds have lost three successive games in all competitions for the first time in 11 months- they were defeated by Leeds, Fulham and Newcastle last October.

Barnsley have failed to win any of their first four away league games of a season for the first time since 2013-2014.

They have lost nine of their last 11 Championship away games.

There has been seven goals scored in the 80th minute or later in the past three meetings between the two sides - six of those have come at Molineux.

Barnsley have lost eight of their past nine visits to Molineux (last season's 4-0 success being the exception) and have won only one of the past 15.

Wolves have now won 10 of thier last 13 games in all competitions and have conceded seven of their last eight league goals in the second half.

Barnsley had 13 shots on goal at Molineux (three on target) the most they have attempted on the road since Norwich away in March when they had 15.

Barnsley committed only four fouls in the game but still managed to pick up a booking for Joe Williams.


Barnsley Team:
Adam Davies
Jason McCarthy
Liam Lindsay
Adam Jackson
Matty Pearson
Joe Williams 
Brad Potts
George Moncur
Harvey Barnes
Adam Hammill
Tom Bradshaw
Substitutes:
Ryan Hedges (for Barnes 70)
Ike Ugbo (for Potts 82)
Cameron McGeehan (for Moncur 82)
Unused Substitutes:
Nick Townsend, Angus MacDonald, Ethan Pinnock, Mamadou Thiam.

Match Reports:

Official Website

BBC


Sky Bet Championship results:

Saturday 23rd September 2017:


Bolton 0-3 Brentford
           Barbet 38, Yennaris 62, Watkins 84

Derby 1-1 Birmingham
Winnall 67     Jutkiewicz 64

Fulham 1-1 Middlesbrough
Kamara 86  Christie 88

Leeds 3-2 Ipswich
Lasogga 13    McGoldrick 30, Garner 71
Phillips 32
Bialkowski og 67

Norwich 0-0 Bristol City

Preston 0-0 Millwall

QPR 0-0 Burton

Reading 1-1 Hull
Bodvarsson 87    Campbell 28

Sunderland 1-2 Cardiff
Gooch pen 53   Bryson 7, Ralls pen 73

Wolves 2-1 BARNSLEY
Enobakhare 80    Jackson 90+1
N'Diaye 90+3

Aston Villa 2-1 Nottingham Forest
Adomah 15       Murphy 52
Hourihane 60


Sunday 24th September 2017:

Sheffield Wednesday 2-4 Sheffield United


Hooper 45+2                         Fleck 3, Clarke 15, 77, Duffy 67

Joao 65


Barnsley lie in 21st place in the Sky Bet Championship with 7 points from 8 games.
 
We are 8 points outside the Play-Offs, 13 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 13 points off First place and 1 point above the Relegation Zone.

Up to 24/09/17

Next Up:

At Oakwell:
Sky Bet Championship Matchday Nine: Barnsley v Queens Park Rangers, Tuesday 26th September 2017. Kick-Off: 7:45pm.


On The Road:
Sky Bet Championship Matchday Ten: Millwall v Barnsley: Saturday 30th September 2017. Kick-Off: 3pm

Barnsley Match Reports

Sky Bet Championship Sat 18th November 15:00

Norwich City - - - Barnsley

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