Barnsley v Norwich preview
Last Updated: 13/03/18 6:21pm
Barnsley boss Jose Morais could again freshen up his side for the visit of Norwich.
Morais made five changes for Saturday's defeat at Middlesbrough, where defender Adam Jackson returned to the side following the concussion protocol and skipper Andy Yiadom had to be content with a place on the bench.
Midfielder Brad Potts missed the match with an unspecified injury, so will be assessed, while Danish forward Christoph Knasmullner will be hoping for another start. Defender Matt Mills continues his recovery from an ankle problem.
Norwich will be without midfielder Moritz Leitner, who suffered a hamstring injury during Saturday's 4-3 defeat at Hull and is expected to be sidelined for up to a month. Forward Nelson Oliveira has a calf injury, so will not be involved at Oakwell.
Midfielder Alex Tettey's knee problem will be monitored, while Harrison Reed is suffering from illness and looks doubtful and defender Christoph Zimmermann is a doubt after he missed the Hull game because of being unwell. Marco Stiepermann is recovering from a hernia operation, while winger Matt Jarvis continues his rehabilitation from a long-term ankle injury, along with midfielder Tom Trybull (ankle/knee) and Louis Thompson (Achilles).
Barnsley's victory at Oakwell over Norwich was their first home league win against them since August 2000.
The Canaries have won 10 of their last 13 league matches against the Tykes (D2 L1).
No team has picked up fewer points across their last 10 Championship matches than Barnsley (6 - level with Sunderland and Burton).
In Norwich's last match, James Maddison was the first player to score a hat-trick in an away second tier game and end of the losing side since Gareth Taylor in April 2003 for Burnley at Watford.
The Tykes are winless in nine home league matches, scoring just four goals in that time.
Norwich have conceded six goals in their last two away league games, as many as their previous eight combined.