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FA Cup match preview: Barnet FC v Fleetwood Town

9 November 2019

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Fleetwood Town travel to The Hive Stadium on Remembrance Sunday to face National League Barnet in the First Round of the Emirates FA Cup, and in our match preview we have all you need to know ahead of kick-off.

Fixture: Barnet FC v Fleetwood Town

Competition: Emirates FA Cup

Date: Sunday 10 November 2019

Kick-Off: 12:45

Venue: The Hive Stadium, Camrose Avenue, London, HA8 6AG

Match officials: John Busby (Referee), Paul Yates and Graham Kane (Assistants), Matthew Lee (Fourth official)

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The National League side entered this year’s competition at the Fourth Qualifying stage, and had to go through two-legs against local rivals, Potters Bar. After a 1-1 draw in the first match, the replay saw The Bees come away 3-1 winners, thanks to goals from Josh Walker, Ephron Mason-Clark and Josh Walker.

Barnet sit 10th in the National League on 28 points, with their latest result being a 2-1 victory over Chorley – goals came from Jack Taylor and Mauro Vilhete. The Bees have won 8 of their matches this season, drawing 8 and losing 6.

There are no injury concerns for manager Darren Currie, who will be looking to cause an FA Cup shock in the First Round on home soil.

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Sunday will be Fleetwood’s first match in this year’s competition, and the Cod Army will be looking to reach the Third Round of the FA Cup for the third year running.

Joey Barton’s side currently sit 5th in Sky Bet League One despite last weekend’s narrow 2-1 loss away at Bolton Wanderers. The Cod Army’s home form has been one people have taken notice on, with just one defeat in nine months, but it’s on the road where results haven’t been coming.

There are no injuries to report of from the Fleetwood camp, with Barton having plenty of options at his disposal when they travel down South on Sunday afternoon.



Josh Walker has been with Barnet for 18-months after signing a two-year deal with the club last summer after a successful trial period.

The 21-year-old started off his career in the youth set up at Tottenham before he joined fellow London side, Fulham – where he went on to play for the club’s Under 23s. He was a regular starter for the Cottagers during his time at Craven Cottage.

In his final year at Fulham, Walker decided to make the move to Wealdstone before then making the permanent switch to Hendon in 2017. He found himself on the scoresheet 17 times that season in the 42 appearances he mad.

This year the striker has scored six goals in 16 matches, with two of those being in the FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round against Potters Bar.

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Joey Barton spoke to the media on Friday afternoon ahead of the game, and you can listen to the full interview on iFollow.

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“The FA Cup is an opportunity for clubs, and if you can put a few wins together you will get to that Third Round and never know who you are going to get , hopefully one of the big teams.

“We know for Barnet that this is going to be a massive game. They will see it as an opportunity to take a scalp of a League One team, and it’s going to important that we execute our game plan on the day and be at 100% to get the win.”

Listen to the full interview HERE on iFollow.

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Joey Barton’s men are heading down to the capital this weekend in the hope of getting a place in the second round draw. You can support the boys by getting your matchday ticket and coach travel today.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults – £20

Concessions (65+ and 17-20) - £10

Under 16s - £5

Coach travel is just £5 for Onward Card holders, with the price £23 for all other supporters.

To book either tickets or travel, please contact the ticket office on 01253 775080, or visit the club shop at Highbury Stadium.

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Fleetwood Town are favourites to progress into the Second Round, and you can back that up with the 4/6 odds with our betting partners, SkyBet.

For Barnet to cause an FA Cup shock, the odds are 7/2 – with an draw 14/5.

If you think Town will win 2-0 against The Bees, the latest odds are 8/1, with a 3-1 win at 12/1.

Here are a selection of goal scorers to back to score at any time in the match:

Kyle Dempsey – 9/2

Ash Hunter – 12/5

Danny Andrew – 9/1

Lewie Coyle – 20/1

For more odds on SkyBet, click HERE. Please remember to bet and gamble responsibly.


Can't make the game on Sunday? Well don't worry as we have it covered just for you!

Fleetwood Town fans who are based in the UK and overseas will be able to listen to full-match commentary on iFollow. This will cost just £2.50, with our media partners BBC Radio Lancashire covering the match.

If you want to know more about iFollow, and find out ways to support the Cod Army, click HERE.

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Match Reports

Report: Cod Army progress in FA Cup after victory at Barnet

10 November 2019

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Fleetwood Town safely made it past non-league Barnet to progress to the Second Round of the Emirates FA Cup, after a 2-0 victory on Sunday.

The Cod Army were good value for the victory at The Hive, and made it through after goals from Ched Evans and substitute Ashley Hunter.

Evans’ first half strike was what Joey Barton’s side deserved, before Hunter’s goal just before the end ensured there was to be no cup upset in the capital.

On a sunny afternoon in North London, it was an even start to the match with both Barnet and Fleetwood having decent chances inside the opposition’s penalty area.

Barnet’s first chance fell to in-form striker Mauro Vilhete, with the forward doing well to control the ball on the edge of the area, but Harry Souttar made a crucial block to repel the attack.

Moments later, the recalled Conor McAleny and Kyle Dempsey combined, with the latter getting into the box, with his effort saved by the keeper Scott Loach, only for the rebound to come of the Town midfielder to go out for a goal kick.

With 15 minutes on the clock, Elliot Johnson delivered a lovely weighted cross to Jack Taylor, but the striker failed to time his header – which went high over Billy Crellin’s goal. Crellin making his first FA Cup start for his hometown club.

Fleetwood’s control in the next ten minutes led to the first the goal of the match. After a lovely move down the right hand side, Lewie Coyle’s cross wasn’t cleared by Barnet’s defence and when it fell to Evans eight yards out, and he couldn’t miss on his supposed weaker left foot.

Town had a glorious chance to double their lead two minutes later. McAleny was sent through one-on-one with Loach, but his effort was well saved and held by the Bees ‘keeper.

Evans nearly had his and Town’s second of the match after his driven shot at goal was tipped over the bar from Loach. The control was with the away side as they headed into the dressing rooms at half-time.

The side tenth in the National League came out after the break with a purpose of getting the next goal in the game, and with some miscommunication at the back, Josh Walker thought he had the ball at his mercy, but Souttar was there to clear the danger from the blind side of the forward.

Barton made two changes around the hour mark with McAleny coming off for Paddy Madden, and Dempsey making way for Hunter.

The match entered a scrappy spell with just 15 minutes left, and with no side really having possession of the ball or having any real cut chances in front of goal, it would have pleased the visitors more with time running out.

Hunter showed some quality in the final third with an explosive effort from 25 yards out. The winger twisted his defender inside out before firing low at goal. Once again, Loach was there to parry it out for a Fleetwood corner.

Town had two big chances at the end of the match with another substitute Wes Burns and Jordan Rossiter going close. Burns’ header was cleared off the line, with Rossiter’s strike from 20 yards just narrowly going over the crossbar.

Hunter did kill off the game in the 89th minute will a well taken finish inside the penalty area. The 24-year-old latched onto through ball and got the 128 travelling fans off their seats with his first goal of the season.

Fleetwood will see their name the draw for the Emirates FA Cup Second Round draw on Monday night after a solid performance in North London.

Barnet XI: Loach (GK), Alexander, Johnston, Reynolds, Dunne (Chime 80’), J. Taylor, H. Taylor, Vilhete (Akinola 80’), Walker, Tutonda (Mason-Clark 56’), Sweeney.

Subs not used: Azaze (GK), Adams, Boucaud, Elito.

Town XI: Crellin (GK), Coyle, Souttar, Eastham, Andrew, Rossiter, Coutts ©, Dempsey (Hunter 68’), McAleny (Madden 61’), Morris (Burns 75’), Evans.

Subs not used: Cairns (GK), Dunne, Southam-Hales, Biggins.

Attendance: 1,180 (128 away)

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Ticket News

Grab your Barnet tickets today!

6 November 2019

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Make sure to grab your tickets for Fleetwood Town’s Emirates FA Cup First Round tie against Barnet at The Hive Stadium on Sunday 10 November (12:45pm kick-off).

Joey Barton’s men are heading down to the capital this weekend to face the National League side in the hope of getting a place in the second round draw.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults – £20

Concessions (65+ and 17-20) - £10

Under 16s - £5

The club will be running supporters coaches on the day of the game, and they will be departing Highbury Stadium at 6am. Coach travel will cost £5 for Onward Card holders, and £23 for non-Onward Card holders.

To book your tickets, please call the Fleetwood Town ticket office on (01253) 775080 or call into the club shop at Highbury Stadium.

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