Norwich city vs barnsley prediction


Can Norwich City return to winning ways against Barnsley?

After dropping two points in a 1-1 draw with QPR, Norwich City will be looking to return to winning ways in the Championship when they host Barnsley at their Carrow Road on Saturday.

What is Barnsley’s predicted XI for the Premier League?

Barnsley Predicted XI (3-4-3): Jack Walton, Michael Sollbauer, Michal Helik, Mads Andersen, Callum Brittain, Herbie Kane, Alex Mowatt, Callum Styles, Victor Adeboyejo, Cauley Woodrow, Dominik Frieser Norwich City sit at the top of the league table, and are three points ahead of second-placed Brentford.

How did Norwich City beat Bristol City 2-0?

A first-half penalty from veteran striker Troy Deeney was enough to secure the win for the Hornets. Norwich City, on the other hand, beat Dean Holden’s Bristol City 2-0 on Wednesday at Carrow Road.

How did Barnsley beat Rotherham United 2-1?

Barnsley, on the other hand, beat Rotherham United 2-1 on Wednesday at the AESSEAL New York Stadium. First-half goals from attacker Cauley Woodrow and midfielder Alex Mowatt secured the win for Valerien Ismael’s Barnsley. Striker Michael Smith scored the consolation goal for Rotherham United.


Barnsley vs Norwich City Head-to-Head

In 12 previous encounters between the two sides, Norwich City hold the clear advantage. They have won eight games, lost one and drawn three.

Barnsley vs Norwich City Team News

Barnsley have a few injury issues to deal with. Manager Valerien Ismael will be unable to call upon the services of forward George Miller, Finnish centre-back Aapo Halme and defender Liam Kitching.

Barnsley vs Norwich City Predicted XI

Barnsley Predicted XI (3-4-3): Jack Walton, Michael Sollbauer, Michal Helik, Mads Andersen, Callum Brittain, Alex Mowatt, Herbie Kane, Callum Styles, Carlton Morris, Cauley Woodrow, Conor Chaplin

Barnsley vs Norwich City Prediction

Barnsley have been one of the better teams in the Championship this season, but have been in poor form of late. They have lost three consecutive league games. Valerien Ismael’s side, previously seen as candidates for the promotion playoff spots, will be keen to find the winning track again.


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