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Match Previews


6 January 2020

Everything you need to know ahead of Barnsley vs Town

- Preview ahead of Barnsley vs Town
- All the info on Gerhard Struber’s side
- Tickets still available for the game

Huddersfield Town travel to South Yorkshire to take on Barnsley on Saturday 11 January in the Sky Bet Championship at the Oakwell Stadium; 3pm kick off.

The Terriers go into Saturday’s game wanting to go back to winning ways after being knocked out of the Emirates FA Cup by Southampton.

Gerhard Struber’s side will to hoping to build on their 3-1 victory over Crewe in the Emirates FA Cup.

This is the second time the two sides have met this season. They last met three months ago, in October, when the Terriers were victorious at the John Smith’s Stadium with goals from Christopher Schindler and Karlan Grant.


Ahead of Saturday’s game, Barnsley sit 23rd in the Sky Bet Championship, inside the relegation zone.

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Gerhard Struber’s side will be looking to build on their home record. 15 of their 21 points so far this season have come from playing at Oakwell.

The Tykes had a similar start to the season to Town, and parted company with Daniel Stendel in October 2019, hiring Gerhard Struber a month later.

Stoke City have gained 8 of their points under their new manager, including a triumphant 5-3 win over QPR, proving there’s potential for them to move up the Sky Bet Championship table before the end of the season.


Conor Chaplin

The 22-year-old has been a mainstay of Barnsley’s starting XI since signing with them ahead of this season. So far this season he’s had 20 starts, nine goals and four assists. He’s Barnsley’s joint top goal scorer alongside Cauley Woodrow, and scored his first career hat-trick in their 5-3 victory over QPR in December 2019.

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Aapo Halme

The Finland international signed for Barnsley from Leeds United ahead of the 2019/20 campaign. He scored his first goal for Barnsley in a 2-2 draw with Derby County in October 2019. He’s made 16 starts and found the net three times for the Tykes so far this season.

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Jacob Brown

The forward is a product of Barnsley’s Academy, and made his First Team debut against Barnsley in October 2016. During his breakout campaign last season he bagged eight goals, eight assists and an EFL Young Player of the Month award. This season he’s made 19 starts, scored once and has six assists to his name.

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Manager Danny Cowley will detail Huddersfield Town’s latest team news at his press conference on Thursday 9 January 2020.

Tommy Elphick (knee), Alex Pritchard (knee), and Collin Quaner (hip) were all unavailable for the Southampton game.

Elias Kachunga (ankle) travelled with the team and was originally on the bench for Town, but this was changed after the warm-up to prevent further injury.

Jonathan Hogg will begin his two game yellow card suspension and be unavailable on Saturday.


Cauley Woodrow (hamstring) and Mallik Wilks (illness) didn’t feature against Crewe, but could make a return on Saturday.


Tickets are still on sale – CLICK HERE to get yours now and come and cheer on the Terriers!


If you’re travelling to Oakwell, CLICK HERE for an away fan guide!

Please be aware of changes to the Jumble Lane crossing, CLICK HERE for alternative walking routes, bus routes and lane closures.


Town will be wearing their navy kit at Oakwell on Saturday – CLICK HERE to buy yours ahead of the game! 

Please note that there are limited sizes available.


Huddersfield Town fans that live outside the UK can watch the game live with an International Match Pass for £5.

Supporters who are in the UK will be able to listen to in-game commentary from the John Smith’s Stadium if they purchase an Audio Match Pass. The audio commentary is also available to those supporters who have monthly or season iFollow HTAFC passes.

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Match Reports


11 January 2020

Huddersfield Town suffered defeat on the short trip down to South Yorkshire following a 2-1 loss to Barnsley at Oakwell.

Goals either side of half-time from Barnsley’s Alex Mowatt and Conor Chaplin had put the hosts two-up before Lewis O’Brien’s thunderous second half strike restored Town’s hopes.

Despite a late push for an equaliser, the hosts held on to claim the Derby Day spoils and all three Sky Bet Championship points.

It was a return to league action for Danny Cowley’s Terriers with three changes made to the starting XI that faced Southampton in the Emirates FA Cup last weekend; Kamil Grabara, Karlan Grant and Elias Kachunga all returning to the side.

The latter was making his 100th start for the Club in all competitions whilst new signings Emile Smith Rowe and Richard Stearman weren’t in the squad having only completed their moves on Friday afternoon.

Town had been victorious in the reverse fixture earlier season at the John Smith’s Stadium. Karlan Grant scored the winner that day and got himself into the action early on, seeing his deflected strike gathered by hosts’ ‘keeper Samuel Radlinger.

Barnsley made sure the game was well-contested early on however, forcing Kamil Grabara back onto his line to punch a dangerous in-swinging corner away to safety.

That was the Reds’ first look at goal, and with their second, they found a 14th minute opener. Alex Mowatt was unmarked at the back post to tap in Jacob Brown’s low ball in from the right to make it 1-0.

The hosts continued to seize the initiative after going ahead and were playing well on the front foot. Luke Thomas curled an effort over, moments before Clarke Odour fired a free-kick wide of the target.

A moment of sloppiness from the Tykes did allow Town a chance to get back in it, midway through the first half. Fraizer Campbell recovered the ball well from the Barnsley defence and drove forward, only for a well-timed last-ditch tackle from Jordan Williams to put an end to the attack.

Town’s best opportunity for an equaliser in the remaining minutes of the first half came not long before the break, when Campbell dived forward to meet Juninho Bacuna’s whipped free-kick, but he couldn’t connect with it properly as Town went in narrowly behind at the break.

In search of a way back into the game after the interval, Florent Hadergjonaj and Steve Mounié were introduced as half-time substitutes as Danny Cowley’s side switched to a 4-4-2 formation.

The change brought about more of an intensity early in the half but no reward for the pushing Terriers in the opening minutes.

On 64 minutes, the hosts made the most of their defensive efforts to double the lead at the other end. Jacob Brown was again the provider on the right, pulling it back for Conor Chaplin who doubled the lead from close range.

The two-goal lead didn’t last long, however, as Town showed their fighting spirit and immediately hit back. The ball fell to Lewis O’Brien around 25 yards out who powered a thunderous half-volley past the ‘keeper and into the top corner.

The 4,000 Town fans were making themselves heard behind the goal and urging Danny Cowley’s side on to an equaliser. Radlinger made a good stop to his right to deny Mounié’s volley after some precise control inside the box, moments before Campbell fizzed an effort over after some more good pressing.

The Terriers were now well on top and somehow weren’t level on 72 minutes. Bacuna’s teasing free-kick found the run of Campbell who couldn’t keep his effort on target.

Substitute Steve Mounié had scored in both of Town’s last two Sky Bet Championship games and was looking for a third in three late on, but his volley from inside the area was flashed wide of the goal.

For all of Town’s late pressure inside the penalty area, the hosts held on to claim all three Sky Bet Championship points from the Yorkshire derby at Oakwell.

Next up for Town is the visit of Brentford to the John Smith’s Stadium in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday 18 January 2020; 3pm kick-off.

BARNSLEY (4-3-1-2)

Samuel Radlinger; Clarke Odour, Mads Andersen, Bambo Diaby, Jordan Williams, Marcel Ritzmaier, Appo Halme, Luke Thomas (Patrick Schmidt, 87’), Alex Mowatt, Conor Chaplin (Elliot Simões, 90+1), Jacob Brown

Unused subs

Bradley Collins, Ben Williams, Mike-Steven Bähre, Mamadou Thiam


Kamil Grabara; Jaden Brown (Florent Hadergjonaj, 46’), Jon Gorenc Stanković, Christopher Schindler (c), Danny Simpson (Josh Koroma, 63’), Juninho Bacuna, Trevoh Chalobah, Karlan Grant (Steve Mounié, 46’), Lewis O’Brien, Elias Kachunga, Fraizer Campbell

Unused subs

Joel Coleman, Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Demeaco Duhaney, Matty Daly


Simon Hooper


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