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20 March 2018

How to keep updated with the Barnsley players in action over the international break.

Oli McBurnie, Tom Bradshaw, Ryan Hedges and Stevie Mallan could all be in action during the current international break. Below is a guide as to how Barnsley fans can keep updated with their progress and which matches you can watch.

 

China v Wales - BBC Wales

Thursday 22nd March, 11:35

 

Tom Bradshaw and Ryan Hedges will be looking to add to their Welsh international caps after travelling to play in the China Cup with Ryan Giggs’ side. The former Manchester United star will take charge of his first game since taking over the reigns from now Sunderland manager, Chris Coleman. 

A win against the hosts will see Wales progress into the final where they could face either Uruguay or Czech Republic, who will come face-to-face in the other semi-final. A loss for Giggs’ side will still result in another game; a third/fourth place play-off.

 

Andorra U21 v Scotland U21 - No TV selection.

Friday 23rd March, 17:00

 

Stevie Mallan continues his development within the Scotland youth ranks after being selected to represent the Tartan Army as they travel to Andorra. The Scots currently sit fourth in Group 4 for the UEFA European Championships which is due to be held in 2019, with Italy and San Marino as joint hosts. Due to the lack of televison coverage, Barnsley Football Club will keep fans updated through our own social media channels should Stevie be involved in the match.

 

Scotland v Costa Rica - Sky Sports Football

Friday 23rd March, 19:45

 

Alex McLeish will take charge of Scotland for the first time, since being reappointed as Manager following 11 years of absence from the national team. Oli McBurnie’s involvement has come as no real surprise to Barnsley fans who have seen the on-loan Swansea City forward regularly scoring goals since his deadline-day arrival from the Premier League side. 

 

Hungary v Scotland - BBC One Scotland

Tuesday 27th March, 19:00

 

Should there be no involvement for Oli McBurnie in the first of Scotland’s friendlies, he will certainly be hoping to get some game time and gain the first of what could be many caps for his country as they travel to Budapest, to take on Hungary.

 


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