Ryan Hedges - thigh injury
Lloyd Isgrove - knee injury
Matthew Pearson - calf injury
Cameron McGeehan - ankle injury
A cloud but dry day in SW6 will see temperatures at a reasonable 10 degrees at kick-off.
Fans can pick up a pint of Carlsberg or Somersby for £3.50 (usually £4.80) up until 2pm in the Hammersmith, Riverside and Johnny Haynes Stands.
“It’s a long way to go but we’ve planned for this busy period. It’s another tough game for us down in London. They’re a good side, we know how they’re going to play. It’s a nice place to go but it’s going to be a real tough game, one we’ve got to enjoy working hard without the ball, enjoy passing the ball, keeping it from them. They’ve got [talented players] all over, and on the bench, and probably in the stand. They’re trying to create a team that will take them back up to the Premier League, and I think they’ll continue doing that.” – Paul Heckingbottom, Barnsley head coach.
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