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REDS DEFEATED IN BURTON

7 April 2023

It wasn't a good Friday for Barnsley this afternoon, losing on the road in Sky Bet League One.

Lowly Burton Albion took all three points in this one, scoring with both of their shots on target whilst the Reds will feel hard done by after seeing a goalbound strike cleared off the line by the hand of a defender inside the opening 13 minutes.

The first 45 began well for the Reds with Michael Duff's side forcing a handful of early corners, all worked short, but the hosts defended their box well.

It was a dominant start by Barnsley and with just over a dozen minutes on the clock, they should have taken a deserved lead through James Norwood.

Our number nine landed on the ball inside the six-yard box and fired towards the bottom left-hand corner, but Brewers captain, John Brayford stuck out his right arm and prevented the shot from going in. 

Referee, Adam Herczeg was unmoved, waving away the claims and our long wait for a spot kick was prolonged once more. 

The home side then enjoyed a brief period of attacking pressure, with Conor Shaughnessy a danger with his long throws and Harry Isted had to be sharp at his near post to thwart one particular attack. 

Duff's men ended the half stronger, with Norwood glancing a header wide and then Devante Cole denied by Craig MacGillivary point blank after the Burton 'keeper had spilled a powerful Luca Connell free-kick. 

But the game was goalless heading into the break, with the contentious non-awarding of a Reds penalty the major talking point.

HALF-TIME: Burton Albion 0-0 Barnsley

The contest became a whole lot harder for Duff's side when five minutes into the second period, the Brewers took the lead with their first shot on goal.

Former Middlesbrough winger Mustapha Carayol beat his man down the left before fizzing in a low cross that was turned home at the near post by Burton defender Connor Shaughnessy. 

That sparked Barnsley into life and all of Nicky Cadden, Adam Phillips and Cole saw efforts fall wide from in and around the box, before Brewers goalkeeper, MacGillivray performed heroics to push away Mads Andersen's goalbound header.

Duff went to his bench and made four changes, with Josh Benson, Slobodan Tedic, Max Watters and Luke Thomas entering the fray.

The hosts tried to whittle the remaining minutes away, with cheap free-kicks and time-wasting now the tactics for the Brewers. 

An acrobatic effort from Benson was parried to safety by MacGillivray before the Burton stopper dove full length to thwart Tedic's powerful strike.

And the task doubled in terms of difficulty when Albion made it 2-0 with just three minutes left to play as Dale Taylor bent in a wonderful strike from 20 yards.

But the Reds kept at it and as we entered the final minute of normal time, Cadden was on-hand to half-volley into the bottom corner from Watters' lay-off. 

Barnsley continued to pile on the pressure, with Watters seeing a header tipped behind before in the very last second of added time, MacGillivray capped his player of the match performance with an outstanding one-handed stop on the goalline, having initially dived the wrong way, he got enough on Tedic's goalbound header to confirm all three points for his side.

Tough to take on a frustrating afternoon for Barnsley whose hopes of automatic promotion took a severe dent at the Pirelli Stadium.

FULL-TIME: Burton Albion 2-1 Barnsley

Isted, Williams, B.Thomas, Andersen, Kitching, Cadden, Phillips, Connell (Benson), Kane (L.Thomas), Norwood (Tedic), Cole (Watters).

Unused: Collins, Larkeche, Russell.

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TICKETS | BURTON ALBION (A)

22 March 2023

Tickets are on sale for our trip to the Pirelli Stadium from 9am on Wednesday morning.

We have received an allocation of 348 seating tickets and 1,300 standing tickets for our fixture at Burton Albion on Friday 7 April, kick off 3pm.

Tickets will go on sale in the following order:

Wednesday 22nd March – 2022/23 Season Ticket Holder + 130 Loyalty Points

Thursday 23rd  March  - 2022/23 Season Ticket Holder + 110 Loyalty Points

Monday 27th  March -2022/23 Season Ticket Holder

Tuesday 28th March  – Oakwell Centenary Society Members

Thursday 30th  March  - General Sale

All categories are one ticket per qualifying criteria. Season tickets cannot be up or downgraded. The away ticket allocation is for the named season ticket holder only. Once ticket sales are open to general sale no season ticket or membership is required but each ticket must be assigned to the person travelling. All categories are subject to availability.

Prices

 

Seating         

 

Standing

Adult  £22

Adult   £18.00

Senior Over 65  £20

Young Adult 17-22  £20

Senior Over 65   £16.00
Young Adult 17 – 22  £13.00

Juvenile U17   £12.00

Juvenile U17     £5.00

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Ambulant and wheelchair disabled supporters will pay the relevant age-related category with a carer’s ticket free of charge for those on the higher/medium rate of DLA.

Official Club Coach Travel departs at 12pm priced at £20 per seat. We have a strict no alcohol policy. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18+

The postage deadline for this game is 3pm Tuesday 4 April. Tickets will remain on sale from the Box Office until 12 noon on Thursday 6 April, subject to availability.

Please note ID will be required for all concessionary tickets. Also any supporter under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by an adult.

If you are purchasing away game and cup tickets for other people, you must correctly assign the ticket to each individual for every game even when tickets are on general sale. This will enable us to offer the correct privileges to supporters on occasions when tickets re on restricted sales in the 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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