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PREVIEW: Barnsley Vs Millwall

The inside track on the Reds against the Lions...

24 June 2020

The Reds return to Oakwell after 112 days, but without supporters, as the battle for survival hots up with the Lions in town - here's the preview!

Football will be played at Oakwell on Saturday for the first time in over three months as Gerhard Struber's in-form Reds welcome Gary Rowett's playoff-chasing Lions in a 1pm kick-off in the Sky Bet Championship. 

The return to play couldn't have gone much better for Barnsley last weekend; Elliot Simoes' early goal at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium saw the Reds to a first win at QPR since 1950, completing a league double this season and giving Struber's men a most vital of three points. 

It was a terrific start post-lockdown for a Barnsley outfit written off by all and sundry. 

But whilst the gap to safety was reduced to four points, there's a lot more work ahead in the next four weeks. And with games about to land thick and fast, it wouldn't be wrong to suggest that fitness and physical wellbeing are going to be as important as talent and quality moving forward through this next phase. 

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That effort was there in spades in the nation's capital last Saturday. The Reds flew out of the blocks and had Rangers penned in for much of the opening half-hour. But as Struber himself pointed out post-match, it was pleasing to see his side manage the game in the second half.

All too often this season, Barnsley have been the architects of their own downfall, squandering points through a lack of concentration and/or poor decision-making. At Loftus Road it was by and large a solid and focused effort. The few chances that the hosts did create were wasted, and if there was any negative to take from the game, it was the Reds' own profligacy in front of goal that stopped the result being much more comfortable.

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This weekend we welcome an old foe, a club that Barnsley seem to have played a heck of a lot in recent years. 

Led by Rowett - the former Derby County manager - who replaced Lions legend Neil Harris in October of last year, Millwall are still hunting a spot in the end-of-season playoffs.

Their own return to action at the weekend didn't go as smoothly as ours did, beaten on home soil by Rowett's former club, the Rams. A 3-2 defeat despite going ahead early doors through big centre forward Matt Smith. 

Following the clash at The Den, the Lions' manager referred to poor defending and his side struggling to adjust to life without the backing of their fervent home support. But they remain just three points outside the top six, and Rowett believes his squad will have used that first match as a learning exercise heading into our fixture at Oakwell. 

Historically speaking, this is a fixture in which the Reds have their share of good memories, none more so than the 2016 Sky Bet League One playoff final victory. Goals from Ashley Fletcher, Adam Hammill and Lloyd Isgrove saw us promoted at Wembley that afternoon.

But in league terms, the Reds have won at The Den on their last two visits, when a Mamadou Thiam penalty and a Tom Bradshaw brace saw us to a 3-1 victory in 2017, before this season leaving London with all three points thanks to Patrick Schmidt's last-gasp header. 

There was a 3-2 victory in 2015 when Lewin Nyatanga headed home a last minute winner in a 3-2 success. And in 2012, Marcus Tudgay struck at the death in a 2-1 victory.

At Oakwell, the Lions took all three points on their last visit. It was an absolutely freezing afternoon in South Yorkshire back in March of 2018, when Lee Gregory and Ben Marshall struck to give Millwall a 2-0 win and help push the Reds closer to an eventual relegation.

In total, there have been 60 meetings of the two clubs with Barnsley earning 25 wins to the Lions' 23.

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As we prepare for our first home game behind-closed-doors, we remind supporters with Reds Membership packages that you will be able to watch the game LIVE via iFollow Barnsley. 

With Matt Bailey joined by Bobby Hassell on the mic, enjoy four-camera footage, replays and hopefully another big win in our fight for Championship survival. 

For more on HOW to access the streams, see our guidance article HERE

For non-season ticket holders, the match is still available to watch in full, live via iFollow Barnsley for a one-off price of £10. Follow THIS link for more information.

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Match Reports

REPORT: QPR 0-1 Barnsley

20 June 2020

A first victory at Queens Park Rangers in 70 years kicks off a spectacular start to the return to play for Gerhard Struber's men.

Head Coach, Struber had made a bold and surprising team selection for this first game in 105 days, but his decisions proved a masterstroke, with a huge three points breathing life back into Barnsley's survival challenge.

The game couldn't have started in a better manner for the Reds, with Elliot Simoes finishing off a terrific move inside seven minutes to give Barnsley the early lead. 

A Ben Williams ball infield was wonderfully dummied by Cauley Woodrow, allowing Simoes to jink between defenders and finish superbly, low and beyond the advancing keeper from 10 yards out for 1-0. 

It could have been doubled on 10 minutes when a picture perfect Mads Andersen diagonal ball was crossed into the box first time by Kilian Ludewig from the right, and Jacob Brown tried to score with his left from the edge of the box, but his effort landed a foot wide of the post. 

The Reds were dominant in the opening half hour, but towards the break, our hosts finally began to settle down and the mercurial Ebe Eze went close with a long-range free-kick which landed on the roof of Jack Walton's net. 

Mads Andersen saw a certain-goal blocked on the line and out for a corner as Struber's side tried to reassert their dominance. 

And with the final chance of the first 45, Alex Mowatt's inswinging free-kick was headed towards his own goal by Conor Masterson and crashed off the bar, with Woodrow's attempted overhead flashing a yard wide on the rebound.

HALF TIME: QPR 0-1 Barnsley

The Reds made a change during the interval with the lively goalscorer Simoes replaced by Conor Chaplin. 

Early chances for the Reds fell for Marcel Ritzmaier whose first strike was blocked and his second comfortably held by Liam Kelly in the R's goal. 

A critical last-gasp tackle from Michael Sollbauer in the box prevented a Hoops chance, before Kenny Dougall came into the game, replacing the tiring debutant, Romal Palmer. 

There were half-chances for Hugill, before Eze bent another effort a foot clear of the crossbar, but the Reds were determined to hold on for a vital clean sheet. 

Late appearances for Callum Styles and Luke Thomas helped Barnsley see out the final moments, with the former in particular, key to the side retaining possession. 

But the Reds have Walton to thank for a very late, terrific one-on-one save to deny Hugill, as Struber's men kicked off the restart in the perfect fashion!

FULL TIME: QPR 0-1 Barnsley

Walton (GK), Ludewig (Styles), Andersen, Sollbauer, B.Williams, Ritzmaier, Mowatt, Palmer (Dougall), Simoes (Chaplin), Brown, Woodrow (Thomas).

Unused: Radlinger (GK), J.Williams, Oduor, Schmidt, Halme.

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Ticket News

TICKETS | QPR (A)

23 February 2020

Tickets are soon to be released for our trip to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

We have received an initial allocation of 997 tickets for our game at Queens Park Rangers on Saturday 14th March, kick off 3pm.

The allocation comprises 657 School End Upper Gold tickets and 340 School End Upper Silver tickets.

A further allocation of gold tickets is available upon request.

Tickets will be made available to general sale at 9am on Monday 24th February, at the following prices:

Gold

Adult £33
Senior Over 60 £23
Young Adult (18-22 years) £23
Juvenile Under 18 £16
Ambulant Disabled with carer £23

Silver

Adult £28
Senior Over 60 £19
Young Adult (18-22 years) £19
Juvenile Under 18 £13
Juvenile Under 8 FREE
Ambulant Disabled with carer £19

We have also received 5 pairs of wheelchair user and carer tickets which are situated in the School End Lower Tier priced at £19 per pair.

Official Club Coach Travel departs at 9am priced at £29 per seat. We have a strict no alcohol policy. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18+.

Additional notes from QPR

Silver tickets have a restricted sight line, meaning you may not be able to see the goal line.
ALL concessions must provide proof of age at the turnstiles.
Should tickets be made available on the day of the game there will be a £5 price increase. The juvenile under 8 (silver) free ticket will not be available.

The postage deadline for this game is 3pm Wednesday 11thMarch. Tickets will remain on sale from the Box Office/Reds Superstore until 2pm on Friday 13th March, subject to availability.

If you are purchasing away game and cup tickets for other people we strongly advise you to correctly assign the ticket to each individual for every game. This will enable us to offer the correct privileges to supporters on occasions when tickets are on restricted sales in a category system.

WE WILL NOT ACCEPT TICKET STUBS WHEN TICKETS ARE ON RESTRICTED SALE. ONLY TICKETS PURCHASED IN ADVANCE AND CORRECTLY ASSIGNED WILL COUNT TOWARDS ANY REQUESTED QUALIFYING CRITERIA.

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