Last Updated: Mon, 01 Apr 2013 17:42
Leicester's play-off hopes were dealt another major blow as they suffered a third straight league defeat at Barnsley, going down 2-0.
Nigel Pearson's side have slipped from second to seventh having failed to win in March and just once in their last 10 outings.
However, Barnsley, who started the afternoon in the bottom three after Saturday's defeat to fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday, did not look like a side fighting the threat of relegation as they made it a hat-trick of wins at Oakwell and could even afford a missed penalty.
A Michael Keane own goal and a strike from on-loan striker Chris O'Grady, before Jason Scotland missed from the spot, were enough for the Tykes to record only their second home league win against Nigel Pearson's side in over 20 years.
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