BARNSLEY will travel to fellow strugglers Peterborough tomorrow hoping to end their torrid run of form.

The Reds currently sit second bottom of the Championship, six points from safety.

The home side are one place above Poya Asbaghi’s Reds and are without a win in five, losing their last game 4-0 away at Blackburn.

Barnsley were dominated by the Swans in a convincing 2-0 win in a game where the Reds barely threatened Ben Hamer in the Swansea goal.

Head coach Asbaghi said: “All the games for us will be massive.

“Every point counts in this situation.

“We will take good things from the Swansea game and also learn from the things that have to be better.

“It will be a fight.”