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Barnsley vs. Crystal Palace

Oakwell stadium

21/4/07

1500

Tykes Away

Its all go for Barnsley, with Palace nothing to play for (other than contracts for next season),and Barnsley need to win their remaining games,this could prove to be a good one.........

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Both sides have major injuries, so either line up could blood the youngsters.......

Barnsley Team News:

Simon Davey was dealt another defensive blow this week with the news that Lewin Nyatanga was to be recalled by Derby. With Bobby Hassell suspended and injury ending Adam Eckersley's season, it looks like tomorrow's back four could go along the lines of Austin, Reid, Kay and Heckingbottom. With three out of those four being home grown, the academy could finally prove it's worth come 5pm tomorrow!

Player to watch: Who to watch.Barnsley

Reds boss Simon Davey,his side are on a two match unbeaten run, so he will rallying his players to give 100%

Crystal Palace Team News:

Crystal Palace will be without winger Paul Ifill, who will not be included in the squad after missing much of training this week through illness.

Ifill is likely to be replaced in the Eagles' squad by one of two youngsters, Dave Martin or Lewis Grabban.

Palace boss Peter Taylor is still without midfielder Stuart Green (shoulder) and forward Dougie Freedman (ankle), but both players are expected to resume full training next week.

Midfielder Michael Hughes is out for the rest of the season with an ankle injury, while young defender Rhoys Wiggins remains sidelined with a knee injury.

With no chance either of reaching the Championship play-offs or of being relegated, Palace's season is effectively over, but Taylor will be keen for his team to produce a strong finish to the campaign.

Player to watch: Who to watch.Palace

Clinton Morrison, his 100 goal target is still on.....

Match Facts & Stats

The last few meetings between the clubs:
Barnsley score fist
18-11-2006
A
0-2

26-02-2002
H
1-4

22-09-2001
A
0-1

20-02-2001
H
1-0

12-09-2000
A
0-1

15-01-2000
A
2-0

14-08-1999
H
2-3

28-02-1999
A
0-1

Next Fixtures:

Crystal Palace v Derby County Sun 29th of Apr 1:30pm




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