The Barnsley formation remains a bit of a mystery although some locals seem to expect a return to the 3-5-2 which has served them well in the past. That's interesting because Dougie Freedman was considering a similar formation for his Bolton side but decided playing against Albion, with their lone centre-forward, was not the time to try it. Clearly Chris O'Grady and Jason Scotland will be up front.

Let's see what anyone else is saying on Twitter.

I see Elliott Bennett is keeping tabs on his former team tonight.....

Last week Bristol City were propping up the rest. Now Barnsley occupy 24th spot. But, as with the Reds from Ashton Gate,*they are by no means adrift. A win could take Barnsley out of the bottom three tonight. This could be a battle for the Seagulls as they play their third long distance away game in eight days.
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http://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/10284265.Albion_make_four_chan ges/


Tuesday night and Albion visit the team bottom of the Championship. Sound familiar?

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