Wanderers have no fresh injury concerns for their second leg against Barnsley – and Ian Evatt says the squad is raring to go.

Dion Charles, who bagged a brace at Oakwell, continues to look sharper with each game after a couple of months on the sidelines with a knee problem.

Victor Adeboyejo also made an appearance off the bench against his former club following a spell out with a hamstring issue.

Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Carlos Mendes Gomes are the only long-term absentees in the squad with calf and Achilles injuries respectively.

“For us, the score is 0-0,” Evatt insisted. “We want to win the second game on merit. Obviously, it was great to get the margin and manner of victory on Friday, which makes our job ‘easier’.

“But it is still a difficult job, Barnsley are a dangerous team. They are never out of the game because of the way they play - they create a lot of chances, put you under pressure and you have to defend a lot of balls into the box.

“We have to make sure we are ready for it and deal with it the way we did for large spells on Friday. Hopefully, when we create opportunities, we can take them at the other end.”

The Whites had to play the crucial second leg at Oakwell 12 months ago, but this time they will be cheered on by a bumper crowd at the Toughsheet Community Stadium.

Evatt expects a slightly different encounter from the first leg and hopes that home comforts will pay off for his side, although he knows they still have to do the basics well.

“I think the game will be slightly different to Friday because we are at home,” the manager continued.

“Our style at home is pretty fluid and we know the surroundings, size and quality of the pitch really suits our team.

“We found a way to win on Friday, probably not how we want to play consistently but we changed one or two things to do what we needed to do on the night.

“I think Tuesday is different. Obviously, we still need to do the basics of football really well, which Barnsley make you do. That is run, compete, tackle, first and second contacts, defend your box well, deal with set-plays – all of that stuff is non-negotiable.

“Then we have to bring the quality to the fore, and hopefully we can show that.”