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    Tykes v Rams.

    After Wednesday evening’s underperforming disappointment what can we expect today?
    The team has almost picked itself in recent weeks, but with Bielik’s injury and the availability of the ‘newbies’, things become a tad more complicated.
    Imagine the back five might continue unchanged but beyond that...any thoughts?
    Hopefully, given the relative security of their league position, Barnsley might have half an eye on next week’s glamour tie.
    I’ll go for 1-1. Be happy with that and delighted with anything better.

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    They play the same in your face, pressing and harrying game that Rotherham do. They also like getting the ball behind the defence like Rotherham do. We are in for more of what we saw on Wednesday I fear.

    2-0.

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    If we can't beat Rotherham, logically we stand no chance against Barnsley

    1-0 Rams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Faber View Post
    If we can't beat Rotherham, logically we stand no chance against Barnsley

    1-0 Rams
    If we can’t beat Rotherham, logically we stood no chance against Bournemouth, Swansea and Norwich.
    ‘Logically’ Burnley and Brighton wouldn’t have ever won successive matches at Anfield and the Blades might as well not have bothered turning up against United.
    Here’s hoping (our) fight and desire play a bigger part than ‘logic’ today and the second half of your prediction comes true.
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    Quote: 'here's hoping our fight and desire play a bigger part' says rA!!'
    Well, we certainly ain't got the quality to beat 'in your face tactics' so that's us buggered then!
    3-1 to Barnsley.

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    We’ll never know...not today anyway. Postponed...waterlogged pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    We’ll never know...not today anyway. Postponed...waterlogged pitch.
    Try again tomorrow?

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    Doubt the pitch will be playable tomorrow either if the snow forecast is to be believed

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    After Wednesday evening’s underperforming disappointment what can we expect today?
    The team has almost picked itself in recent weeks, but with Bielik’s injury and the availability of the ‘newbies’, things become a tad more complicated.
    Imagine the back five might continue unchanged but beyond that...any thoughts?
    Hopefully, given the relative security of their league position, Barnsley might have half an eye on next week’s glamour tie.
    I’ll go for 1-1. Be happy with that and delighted with anything better.
    Half an eye? Our gk will have both eyes watching the ball keep flying past him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNTERYY36 View Post
    Half an eye? Our gk will have both eyes watching the ball keep flying past him.
    Can see you winning, Gunt. Those Chelsea millionaires won’t fancy a frozen Oakwell. Good luck anyway.

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