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FA Cup: The Railwaymen vs Barnsley

Crewe Alexandra, who is sublime in the top of the League Two group, will welcome the First Class representative Barnsley who is sinking miserably at the bottom of the table in the FA Cup play-off round 2. Take a look at Barnsley, who has a slightly higher class position than the 2 divisions to cut the circuit for 3 consecutive matches not won recently. Hay Crewe will surprise when the excitement from League Two to extend the winning circuit to 3 games in a row.

Crewe spent nine seasons in the First Division, but dropped to second place in 2007, culminating in Gradi's 24-year term, Crewe has built a reputation for playing attractive, technical football and Crewe Alexandra Academy made a reputation for developing young players with future England players such as David Platt, Danny Murphy and Dean Ashton starting their professional careers at the club, while the midfielder Nick Powell was sold to a Sunderland club for a record 6 million pounds in 2012. They spent four seasons in League One, before being relegated to last place in 20151616. Last season they were eliminated from the first round of the FA Cup with a 0-1 home defeat to Carlise. Currently, Crewe is in the top 3 League Two with 44 points, 6 points behind Swindon Town. In the last two rounds, they both won jubilantly at home against Carlise and Scunthorpe United scored 3 or more goals in the opponent's net each game. The home ground is helping them be confident with 4 wins in the last 5 matches.

Barnsley is the face of English football before the first World War with two consecutive FA Cup finals, the first they failed in 1910 but the following year was successful coronation, which is also the only major title. their. Away from home is the death penalty for Barnsley this season when they won only once in 13 matches away from home at the beginning of the season, even losing 9 matches next to the record of losing to Crewe with 5 defeats over 8 times. have encountered. They are stuck in the penultimate position of the First Division English Ranking, 3 points away from the safe area.