BARNSLEY moved into the play-off places as they eased past MK Dons at Oakwell.
Goals from Jordan Williams, Adam Phillips and Herbie Kane were enough to give the Reds the three points in a 3-1 victory.
Michael Duff made one change to the side which beat Shrewsbury 1-0 last time out, as Tedic dropped out for Scot Jack Aitchison.
Tedic hurt his ankle last Saturday and the Reds were waiting on the results of a scan earlier this week.
Norwood, who had missed the last two games with an injured glute, found a spot on the bench after returning to training this week.
The game kicked off nine minutes late after an issue with the net in front of the away fans - but it didn’t take long forn the Reds to get going.
Just three minutes in and Adam Phillips should have opened the scoring.
A great ball in from Nicky Cadden found the midfielder inside the box, but his effort was just wide.
Phillips then had another chance to score but it was well blocked by the MK Dons defender.
The Reds took the lead in the 18th minute after a fine team move.
Devante Cole did well to break through the MK midfield, before playing through Herbie Kane.
It seemed as though he’d taken it away from goal, but he played a fine cross into the back stick where Jordan Williams experlty volleyed home.
The Barnsley defence had very little to do in the first half an hour, until Mohamed Eisa found himself through on goal.
But a fantastic Liam Kitching tackle denied the striker what looked like a certsain goal.
Eisa did manage to get the better of the Barnsley centre halkf five minutes befoire half time when he nutmegged him and fired past Collins.
It was a goal that came against the run of play.
Straight after half time and Adam Phillips restored Barnsley’s lead.
A great cross from the left found Phillips unmarked in the box, and he wrongfooted Cumming to make it 2-1.
It’s his third goal in his last three games.
The Reds continued to dominate the second half, and their hard work paid off on 68 minutes as Herbie Kane fired home to make it 3-1.
It was great play from Williams who burst through before the ball eventually found the central midfielder.
That’s how the game finished and the Reds move up to 6th in League One.