Tykes look strong for Keepmoat trip

Barnsley manager Mark Robins should have a virtual full-strength squad to pick from for Saturday's South Yorkshire derby at Doncaster.

Last Updated: 16/10/09 at 10:51

Robins: Has virtual full-strength squad

Robins: Has virtual full-strength squad

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The Tykes look strong for their trip to the Keepmoat Stadium, but Bobby Hassell is again unavailable. The versatile defender has been sidelined for over three weeks with an Achilles problem and Saturday's game has arrived too quickly for his return.

Robins is expecting Iceland midfielder Emil Hallfredsson, who has been nursing a knee injury in recent weeks, to return unscathed from international duty.

On-loan Stoke defenders Carl Dickinson and Ryan Shotton and Southampton goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski are expected to retain their places, with Jon Macken and Iain Hume forming a two-man attack as Barnsley chase a third successive league win.

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