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31st October 2020- Championship, Barnsley 1 Watford 0

https://www.skysports.com/football/barnsley-vs-watford/teams/429801

Post Match

The Hornets’ black third kit is, as Ben Foster would say, “a thing of beauty”, but it’s not a particularly lucky strip right now. It’s now played two, lost two and no goals scored after the team followed up the 1-0 defeat at Reading with a repeat at Oakwell.

Watford go third game without a win at Barnsley

Tepid Watford comfortably beaten away at Barnsley

Vladimir Ivic concerned after Watford lose to Barnsley

Watford players rated after defeat at Barnsley

Ben Wilmot takes the blame for Watford defeat at Barnsley

The Tykes took the lead after just six minutes courtesy of a screamer from captain Mowatt, whose effort from outside the box flew in off the inside of the post.

Watford carried a greater threat after the break without seriously discomfiting home keeper Jack Walton, but boss Vladimir lvic chose to keep £18.5m striker Andre Gray on the bench until the 76th minute.

Barnsley opened at a blistering pace.  We’ve seen some aggressive pressing this season but this was something else altogether, rabid and ferocious.  William Troost-Ekong’s third-minute booking was a bit harsh, but it reflected the degree to which we were already rattled.  The home side capitalised… a slack pass from Wilmot didn’t reach Capoue, Alex Mowatt seized it and pinged a tremendous shot into the top corner.  It wasn’t that far away from Ben Foster in truth as his reaction betrayed but it was a hell of a strike.

It was a far from Happy Halloween for the Hornets as Watford capped off a disappointing week with defeat to Barnsley at Oakwell. The podcast team try to work out what went wrong in a game that saw the visitors fail to register a single shot on target.

21st September 2013- Championship, Barnsley 1 Watford 5

Goals: 1  2  3  4  5

A Troy Deeney shot gave the visitors the lead before Jason Scotland won possession and fired in to equalise. Davide Faraoni’s volley put Watford back in front before a Fernando Forestieri strike and a long-range Sean Murray extended the Hornets’ advantage.

Ikechi Anya’s impressive solo effort helped continue Watford’s strong start to the Sky Bet Championship season as the Hornets thrashed Barnsley 5-1 at Oakwell.

https://www.soccerbase.com/matches/results.sd?date=2013-09-21
https://www.11v11.com/league-tables/league-championship/21-september-2013/

1st December 2012- Championship, Watford 4 Barnsley 1

Troy Deeney’s brace in his 100th game for Watford helped the Hornets win their fifth Championship game in seven, and leave Barnsley winless in nine.

Deeney headed in after just 10 minutes, and after midfielder Mark Yeates had produced a slide-rule finish from a tight angle just before the hour mark, Deeney struck again seven minutes later to take his season’s goal tally to eight.

Watford 17 Yorkshire 5.  The latest instalment…

http://watford.fcdb.info?s=40867&id=5037

4th February 2012- Championship, Watford 2 Barnsley 1

BBC SportA brace from captain John Eustace secured Watford three points against Barnsley at Vicarage Road.

skyThe home side looked bright from the start and took the lead just after the half-hour mark when a free-kick deflected to Eustace on the edge of the box and he fired a fine effort in off the left-hand post.

BHappy imageStar of the half-time role-call one Ray Lewington on his first visit back to the Vic since his unseemly departure almost seven (count them) years ago.  Entirely appropriate that he received a warm welcome, and even a chant from those shivering in the Rookery who weren’t incapable of going a couple of hours without an alcohol break.

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23rd April 2011- Championship, Watford 1 Barnsley 0

Vince Pitt’s cartoon has not aged well.

http://watford.fcdb.info?id=4963

Captain John Eustace’s winner after just 43 seconds kept Watford’s slim play-off hopes flickering after a poor game against Barnsley at Vicarage Road.

Don Cowie delivered a corner from the right and after Troy Deeney hit the crossbar with a powerful header, Eustace was on hand to prod in from point blank range.

If Troy Deeney eventually blended into the anonymous blur, he took an awful lot longer than most. Often up-and-down in a rather Jordan Stewart kinda way – undermining a positive and encouraging contribution one moment with a distracted, infuriating error almost immediately (although never quite to Stewart’s peerless level) – his first half in particular was jam-packed with consistent, varied contributions. Strong headers, hard work, neat touches, bright vision. In a forward line featuring Danny Graham and Marvin Sordell, his was the star turn, the real source of impetus and momentum.

https://www.soccerbase.com/matches/results.sd?date=2011-04-23
https://www.11v11.com/league-tables/league-championship/23-april-2011/