A Look At The Midweek Action

17 August 2011 12:32
Is Hill set for shortest ever reign at Oakwell has League One players and tactics lead to a third home humbling in a row! It is the first time Barnsley have lost three home games on the bounce since the start of the 2009-2010 season when the third defeat- a 3-1 reverse saw Simon Davey axed…… BarnsleyTeam: Luke Steele Jay McEveley Rob Edwards Stephen Foster Scott Wiseman Jim O'Brien Jacob Butterfield David Perkins Nathan Doyle Miles Addison Danny Haynes Substitutions: Craig Davies (for Doyle 60) Reuben Noble-Lazarus (for Doyle 71) Matty Done (forAddison84) Unused Substitutes: David Preece, Bobby Hassell. Match Reports: Official Website BBC Npower Championship results Tuesday 16th August 2011: BARNSLEY 1-3 Middlesbrough Crystal Palace 2-0 Coventry Doncaster 0-1 Nottingham Forest Ipswich 2-5 Southampton Leeds 4-1 Hull Portsmouth 1-0 Reading Watford 0-4 West Ham Barnsley lie in 20th place in the Npower Championship with 1 point from 3 games. We are 5 points off the Play-Offs, 6 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 8 points off First place and 1 point above the Relegation Zone. Up to 16.8.11. Next Up: On The Road: Npower Championship Matchday Four: Reading v Barnsley Saturday 20th August 2011 Kick-Off 3pm. Tickets: Adults: £23 OAP 65+: £17 17-21: £17 16 and under: £10 For supporters wishing to pay on the turnstiles, there will be a slight ticket price increment on the day: Adults: £27 OAP: £21 17-21: £21 16 and under : £12 Npower Championship Matchday Five: Millwall v Barnsley Saturday 27th August 2011 Kick-Off 3pm Tickets: Adults: £24 Senior Citizens (Over 60s): £15 Under 16s: £12 Under 12s: £7 Disabled: £24 with Carer free of charge. At Oakwell: Npower Championship Matchday Six: Barnsley v Leicester City Saturday 10th September 2011 Kick-Off 3pm Tickets: Adults: £30 OAPs: £18 Students: £18 U18s: £18 U12s: £7