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Barnsley V Man Utd: Likely Line Up

Goalkeeper: Luke Steele

Luke should retain his place as the number one shot stopper at the club.

Defender: Bobby Hassell

Returning from injury, Barnsley`s player of the season could have made Saturday`s game but was rested for tomorrow.

Defender: Darren Moore

Despite the slip that led to Bristol City`s first goal on Saturday, Darren has been a rock for Barnsley and although his skills are best used against long ball football, he should continue at centre back.

Defender: Stephen Foster

Club captain Foster will undoubtedly feature.

Defender: Rob Kozluk

Rob has a chance to win back his place in the side regularly here after being muscled out by the lads on loan from Stoke, who are cup tied.

Midfielder: Adam Hammill

Joint top scorer Adam will be one ofour biggest threats against Man Utd with goals and assists.

Midfielder: Hugo Colace

If anyone is going to keep the Man United midfield quiet, Hugo will be our best option.

Midfielder: Emil Hallfredsson

Emil is one of the most direct midfielders Barnsley have had in recent years and his dribbling could open up the United defence. He can also shoot from distance.

Midfielder: Anderson Da Silva

Our very own Brazillian, Anderson is the touch of class we need in the middle of the park to put a foot on the ball and pick out the right pass at the right time.

Striker: Jon Macken

Jon will be hungry for goals against his old team and his footballing brain will be one of our biggest assets.

Striker: Iain Hume

Humey`s getting back to full fitness and what he lacks in stature, he more than makes up for with his set pieces. He is possibly our greatest threat with his pin point corners. He`s come close twice in recent weeks hitting the bar a couple of times from free-kicks.

Sub 1: David Preece
Sub 2: Daniel Bogdanovic
Sub 3: Jacob Butterfield
Sub 4: O`Neil Thompson
Sub 5: Jamal Campbell-Ryce
Sub 6: Martin Devaney
Sub 7: Julian Gray




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Date:Monday October 26 2009

Time: 7:16PM

 

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