Barnsley finally get their chance to return to Home Park and put to right the match which was abandoned on 58 minutes on 28th November 2010 with Reds leading 1-4.

At the time, MR critisised the referee Gavin Ward saying:

"I don't think he (the referee) would have made the same decision if the score was the other way around.

"We should see if the referee will reimburse our supporters because coming here will have cost them an absolute fortune".

Last year, this was the fixture which guaranteed Barnsley's survival and the demise of Norwich City. This year, victory at Home Park would see the Reds reach 52 points, before March expires and may lead to a mid-table finish as the season comes to a close.

Goals from Adam Hammill and JCR, either side of half-time, ensured victory for the Reds on that occasion and Simon Davey was able to breath a sigh of relief - if only for a temporary period.

Overall in the league, the record states:

Plymouth Wins (27) | Draws (16) | Barnsley (16)

Had the result from November stood, this would have been Barnsley's biggest victory margin over Plymouth ever.

Can lightening strike twice? Maybe not, but hopefully the previous deluge wont.

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