Barnsley and Watford meet in the EFL Championship on 31.10.2020. Kick-off is at 16:00. The venue for the match on Saturday is Oakwell Stadium. This means that the 16th placed team will play against the 3rd of the EFL Championship. Current statistics of Barnsley Football Club Barnsley Football Club recently won an encounter 3:0 against Queens Park. In the 17 games of the past six months, the home team was able to win 5 games. Barnsley had three wins, four draws and one defeat in their home matches. In the current season 20/21, Barnsley has so far managed to win 1 out of 4 home games (25%). Two matches ended in a draw and one match was lost at home. In total, Barnsley has one victory, four draws und three defeats after 8 season games. Before the half-time break, coach Valerien Ismael’s team can score more goals on average. Barnsley’s current record shows an average of 2,00 goals per home match, of which 1,25 are their own goals and 0,75 are goals scored against them. A look at last season’s goal record shows Barnsley Football Club at home with an average of 1,26 goals. The average number of goals conceded in their own stadium is 1,43. In front of their own fans, the team’s games mostly finished 1:1, 1:0 or 2:2 last season. The most frequent final score in their own stadium last season was 3:0, 2:2 or 0:0. Current statistics of Watford FC Watford recently played 1:1 against FC Wycombe. The team has been winning 1 out of 4 away games (25%) so far in this season. In the past 6 months, Watford has won four matches, three games ended in a draw and three matches were lost. In games in away stadium one victory was achieved. One game was lost while two games ended without a winning team. In the current season, coach Vladan Ivic’s team have scored an average of 0,50 goals per away game, mainly in the first half-time of the match. Overall, Watford scored an average of 1,00 goals per away match. Last season, Watford had an average of 0 goals for and 0 against in their away games. Watford’s away matches this season have ended primarily 1:1, 1:0 or 0:1.