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Home Away From Home

As the Tykes travel to Plymouth today to prepare for their massive clash with the Pilgrims at Home Park, Simon Davey's men can take encouragement from their record at the venue.

Barnsley fans will remember the excellent 4-2 victory in their first season back in the Championship some two years ago, courtesy of goals from Lewin Nyatanga, Istvan Ferenczi and a couple of scorching efforts from Martin Devaney.

In the last four meetings at Home Park, Barnsley have taken as many points back to Oakwell with them, so a result on Sunday is definitely not out of the question. A further point would be most welcome indeed, as it would ensure that Barnsley beat the drop for the third season running and Norwich City would join Charlton Athletic and Southampton in League 1 next season.

Plymouth Argyle however, despite having already ensured their own safety in the division, will want to end their season with a bang in front of the home crowd, so the Tykes will certainly not have an easy time in their last gasp attempt to secure their own status.




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Writer: gooderzone Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 1 2009

Time: 1:00PM

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Devaney's two corkers!!!? wooo. Hopefully another 4-2 down there then, though I'd easily take a draw! Flamin heck it's scary stuff!!!
mattyg
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02/05/2009 20:27:00

Devaney's two corkers!!!? wooo. Hopefully another 4-2 down there then, though I'd easily take a draw! Flamin heck it's scary stuff!!!
mattyg
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02/05/2009 20:27:00

Too right matty, I cant remember the last time I felt this anxious! Probably in the shoot out in play off final! Come on you reds!!
yorkie_tyke
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02/05/2009 21:32:00

Too right matty, I cant remember the last time I felt this anxious! Probably in the shoot out in play off final! Come on you reds!!
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02/05/2009 21:32:00

 

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