STRUGGLING Barnsley take on Huddersfield tomorrow in a Yorkshire derby at Oakwell.
Poya Asbaghi’s first two games in charge of the Reds have resulted in just one point and the team now sit eight points from safety and second-bottom of the Championship.
They’ve won just twice all season and, if they are to close the gap to fourth-bottom, they’ll have to pick up a win against the Terriers tomorrow.
Huddersfield are eighth in the table and just five points outside the play-off places - though they have lost their last two games.
It’s a stark contrast from last season when the Reds were pushing for the Premier League and Huddersfield were fighting the drop.
A Michal Helik double, including a last-minute winner, won the corresponding fixture for Valerien Ismael’s side last year - and a Daryl Dike bicycle kick in West Yorkshire secured all three points away from home.
The game kicks off at 3pm at Oakwell.