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Brighton vs. Barnsley

Amex Stadium

Saturday 25th August 2012

3pm

Brighton v Barnsley

Barnsley travel to Brighton looking to bounce back from their mid week defeat at Wolves.

Vital Quotes:

Brighton Team News:

Will Buckley is expected to be back after a hamstring problem.

Spanish midfielder Vicente is still doubtful with a groin injury.

Will Hoskins is still out after a broken foot in pre-season.

Player to watch: Mackail-Smith

Barnsley Team News:

David Perkins becomes the latest addition to the reds injury list with a hamstring problem.

Martin Cranie and Stephen Dawson are expected to come in to the starting line up at the expense of Perkins and Hassell.

The Barnsley injury list now stands at 10.

Player to watch: Davies

Match Facts & Stats

Brighton and Barnsley have each won 12 of their previous 32 league meetings.

Barnsley have failed to net in their last three matches against Brighton and last scored in a 1 - 0 victory in August 2003.

Brighton are chasing their fifth successive home league win against Barnsley.

Brighton are the only club yet to score in the Championship this season and are looking for their first win in 11.

If selected, Adam El-Abd will be making his 300th appearance for Brighton.

A win for Barnsley would give them their best league start for 6 years.

Barnsley haven`t won in 11 away games with the last victory coming at Leicester in January.

Marlon Harewood could play on his 33rd birthday.

Match Prediction:

After predicting a point on the road at Wolves I'm going to play it safe and go Brighton 2 - 1 Barnsley.

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The Journalist

Writer: chiefred Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 24 2012

Time: 1:39PM

Your Comments

5 -1 I know many of you knock Robins, However at least we a more difficult task on our travels. Its all good playing the right way however if you are against a superior team you often have to change the game plan to suit (Barca vs Chelsea)! You should make your team hard to beat before looking at your attacking options. If you dont concede then you will not lose!
oldtimetyke
I have to agree. I was not a Robins fan at all as I thought he was too negative with the players he had available to him. However we were a lot more difficult to beat. We've been poor away for a long time now under many managers. I don't think our record of picking points up away under Robins was any better but we probably had fewer big defeats like this one. I do like Hill and the way he tries to play the game but the away form/performances need sorting out. We do have a lot of injuries but 5 - 1 is hard to take against anyone. I still think we need another centre back who has Championship/Premier league experience to come in and organise the defence. A few just aren't up to it at this level. I'm far from impressed with what I've seen of Goldbourne and I hate to say it but I think Hassell's best days are way behind him.
chiefred
 

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