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          Stevenage vs. Barnsley Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Two playoff hopefuls meet in League One this weekend as Stevenage take on Barnsley.

          Stevenage currently sit 7th in League One with thirteen wins, seven draws and six losses from twenty-six games this season.

          The Boro are still, on the whole, having an excellent campaign despite having come back down to earth somewhat following an electric start.

          Stevenage, newly promoted from League Two, were up challenging for automatic promotion only a few weeks back but have dropped off somewhat from Christmas.

          They're coming into this game having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 1-0 win over Shrewsbury Town.

          A Jamie Reid goal in the 84th minute gave Steve Evans' side all three points for a much-needed win and a result that means they've now won two of their last three games in the league, a welcome return to form following a faltering period.

          Even amidst a down period, their form on home soil has been strong, as they come into this game unbeaten at home in the league all season.

          Stevenage are still a a firm playoff contender even if they have slid down the table in recent weeks, and a win here would only solidify their status as contenders for a top-six finish.

          Barnsley currently sit 6th in League One with thirteen wins, seven draws and five losses from twenty-five games this season.

          The Tykes are having a pretty solid campaign thus far looking to make up ground on the sides ahead of them who are currently chasing automatic promotion.

          Their form is good, as they come into this game unbeaten in their last seven games having won four of those, the most recent being a 2-1 win over Bristol Rovers thanks to goals from Devante Cole and Corey O'Keefe.

          They've also been pretty strong away from home of late having gone unbeaten in their last four games away from home, winning two of those, with their latest game a 2-2 draw away at automatic promotion contenders Peterborough.

          Barnsley were cruelly beaten in very unfortunate circumstances in the playoff final last season and very much have the means to make amends for that this season, as they seem to be growing in strength as the season progresses.

          The two sides met last just a few weeks back, two days before Christmas Day, and Barnsley ran out 2-1 winners, so despite conceding home advantage for this one they'll feel confident of completing what would be an impressive league double.

          For our Stevenage vs. Barnsley prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.

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          Stevenage Team News

          Nathan Thompson is yet to appear for the Boro this season and will miss out here too.

          Jordan Roberts came off the bench for Aaron Pressley in the win at Shrewsbury and will hope to feature more heavily here, while Kane Smith and Harry Anderson remain long-term absentees.

          Barnsley Team News

          Josh Benson hasn't appeared for the Tykes since November and won't return here, while Fábio Jaló also remains a doubt after missing the last few games.

          Barnsley are unlikely to make a host of changes following a win last time out, albeit a hard-fought one, but if alterations do occur then expect Barry Cotter and Nicky Cadden to be first in line to come into the starting lineup.

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