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Match Preview: Fleetwood Town (H)

9 November 2019

The Bees will welcome League One side Fleetwood Town to the Hive in the first round proper of the Emirates FA Cup on Sunday, 12:45 kick-off.

Nickname: The Fishermen, the Trawlermen

Manager: Joey Barton

Stadium: Highbury Stadium

League Position: 5th (Sky Bet League One)

 

Form Guide:

Fleetwood Town FC: Last 5 = W2 D0 L3

 

Fleetwood Town 0-1 Ipswich Town

Fleetwood Town 4-1 Burton Albion

Coventry City 2-1 Fleetwood Town

Fleetwood Town 1-0 MK Dons

Bolton Wanderers 2-1 Fleetwood Town

 

Barnet FC: Last 5 = W2 D1 L2

 

Potters Bar Town 1-1 Barnet FC

Barnet FC 3-1 Potters Bar Town

Hartlepool United 2-0 Barnet FC

Harrogate Town 2-1 Barnet FC

Barnet FC 2-1 Chorley FC

 

The Opposition:

The Fishermen have had a positive start to their campaign as they currently sit 5th in the table occupying one of the play-off places which they will look to maintain for the rest of the season. The away side travel to the Hive on the back of some mixed form which has seen them struggle more on the road.

Last season, Fleetwood Town were able to reach the third round of the FA Cup having defeated Alfreton Town and Guiseley before being knocked out in a closely contested game with AFC Wimbledon that finished 3-2.

The League One outfit will provide a tough game for Currie’s men as 52 league places separate the two sides but the Bees will look to be one of the sides to cause an infamous Emirares FA Cup upset.

 

The Gaffer: Joey Barton

Joey Barton enjoyed a busy career having played for seven different teams which included the likes of: Manchester City, Newcastle United and Burnley FC and even making a solo apperance for the England National Team.

Having never managed a team before, Barton was given the managerial role at Fleetwood Town in April 2018 upon his retirement from playing. In his first season, he guided the Fishermen to a mid-table finish and has so far took his team forward as they sit in a play-off place with just under three quarters of the season still left to play.

 

One to Watch: Paddy Madden

Paddy Madden joined Fleetwood Town in January 2018 from fellow League One side Scunthorpe United. The forward has already shown his ability in the Emirates FA Cup having scored his 100th football league goal against Guiseley last season.

Madden has enjoyed a good start to the season so far having scored 10 goals, making him the third highest goalscorer in the league which has led to a nomination for the League One Player of the Month Award for October.

 

Where to Follow the Action

If you're not coming down to The Hive London, full match commentary will be available on iBarnet from 12:40, with Sam Avery and Will Evans. 

Alternatively, you can follow every kick with full text updates over on Twitter. 

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Match Reports

Match Pack: Barnet FC v Fleetwood Town FC

10 November 2019

The Bees suffer a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Fleetwood Town as their FA Cup journey comes to an end.

HOW IT HAPPENED:

The Fishermen started the quicker of the two sides, applying the pressure on the Bees defence which resulted in a corner that just looped over the bar.

Barnet were not without their chances though as Fleetwood 'Keeper Billy Crellin miskicked the ball which was picked up by Alexander who worked it into Vilhete whose deflected shot won his side a corner.

A Barnet counter-attack saw left-back Elliot Johnson's cross meet Jack Taylor in the middle who was unable to get over the ball and could only see his header soar over the crossbar.

The deadlock was broken in the 29th minute after a cross from Coyle was spilled by Scott Loach which met a well positioned Ched Evans who was able to hit home the ball into the roof of the net.

The Bees were not deflated after conceding however, continually looking to cause problems for the Fishermens defence down the right flank.

As the second-half came to a close, a Fleetwood free-kick couldn't be dealt with as it found an unmarked Evans on the edge of the box which forced Loach into making an excellent save.

It was a scrappy start to the second-half with neither team able to get a foothold in the game.

The Fishermen had their best opportunity in the early stages from a free-kick that was comfortably saved by Loach.

The away side grew more into the half after Hunter's driving run and powerful shot led to a strong save once again from the Bees shot-stopper.

Into the final ten minutes of the game, a looping header seemed to be creeping under the crossbar but Jack Taylor was there to meet it and clear it off of the line.

A substitute debut was given to 18-year-old Okem Chime to try and help his side in the final stages of the game as he became yet another player to make the first team from the academy.

The opposition were relentless in trying to secure their place in the second round of the FA Cup by scoring a second which was eventually achieved by Ashley Hunter who cooly slotted the ball into the Barnet net in the 90th minute.

Barnet XI:

Loach, Alexander, Johnson, Reynolds (C), Dunne (Chime 80’), J Taylor, H Taylor, Walker, Tutonda (Mason-Clarke 57’), Vilhete (Akinola 80’), Sweeney

Unused Subs: Azaze, Adams, Elito, Boucaud

Att: 1180

TEAM NEWS

Manager Darren Currie made two changes to the side that beat Chorley last weekend with Elito and Boucaud missing out in place of Jack Taylor and Harry Taylor.

WHAT IT MEANS

The Bees are no longer in the FA Cup but will turn their attention to League action next Saturday as we face Stockport at home.

UP NEXT:

The Bees return to The Hive London yet again as we take on Stockport County in Vanarama National League action next Saturday.

 

 

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Ticket News

Ticket News: Fleetwood Town (H)

31 October 2019

Tickets are now on sale for the Bees Emirates FA Cup clash with Fleetwood Town at The Hive London on November 10th (12:45 KO)

Barnet v Fleetwood Town 

The Emirates FA Cup

The Hive London

Sunday, November 10th - 12:45 KO

 

Tickets will be available in the Legends Stand and Bees Terrace for this fixture. 

 

Ticket information is as follows: 

Adults: £20.00

Concessions: £10.00 

Under 17s: £5.00

 

Members seats will be reserved until 20:00 on Tuesday, November 5th, after this time all seats will go on general sale. 

You can access our online ticket site HERE

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