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Cardiff vs. Barnsley

Cardiff City Stadium

Tuesday 9th April 2013

7.45pm

Cardiff v Barnsley

Barnsley travel to league leaders Cardiff hopeful of a result following a good point at Palace albeit wearing the Crystal Palace away kit.

Vital Quotes:Flicker (on the Place match)

I think the experience of Stephen Foster and Bobby Hassell marshalled Glenn Murray really well which you have to do, he is the best striker in the league.

Cardiff Team News:

Cardiff will be without striker Fraizer Campbell who has a shin problem.

Matt Connolly is a doubt after limping off in the 0 - 0 draw with Watford.

Player to watch: Bellamy

He has always caused us problems when he`s played against us.

Barnsley Team News:

The reds are hoping that Kelvin Etuhu will be fit after picking up a knock against Palace.

Martin Cranie could be fit to return.

I expect Flicker to put out the same team that drew at Palace and not risk Cranie but if he is fit he will come on to the bench for Jones.

Player to watch: The old men Foster and Hassell

They will need to play how they did at Palace if the reds are to get a result.


Match Facts & Stats

Cardiff are unbeaten in five against Barnsley.

This fixture last season was 5 - 3 to Cardiff, the highest scoring match between the two clubs.

Barnsley`s last win at Cardiff came in February 2010 with Daniel Bogdanovic scoring both goals in a 2 - 0 win.

Barnsley have won three of their last five with only one defeat in that period.

Barnsley haven`t won away in five matches.

The reds have only recorded one victory against a top five club this season.

Barnsley are yet to beat a top eight team away from home.

The tykes are on the hunt for a third successive clean sheet.

Barnsley are th most vulnerable team in the division in the first ten minutes of matches having shipped ten goals in this period.

All Barnsley`s remaining fixtures are against top half clubs until the final day of the season when they travel to Huddersfield.

Match Prediction:

Let`s have your predictions.

Next Fixtures:

At home to Charlton on Saturday.




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The Journalist

Writer: chiefred Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 9 2013

Time: 8:11AM

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its funny how they rested whittingham on saturday, soley for us ,lol. if we close him down and keep bellamy quiet,we have a chance.but i dont expect us to get anything tonight,anything would be a bonus, but this is the championship!!!! a point would be massive.
torrox tyke
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09/04/2013 11:50:00

I'd take a point but like you say, anything can happen in this division.
chiefred
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09/04/2013 12:49:00

99% of the footballing world will expect Cardiff to walk it tonight, but as I keep saying, "Stranger things have happened"..?
Engleberthumbertyke
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09/04/2013 13:36:00

Another great point.
chiefred
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10/04/2013 07:52:00

massive unexpected point, 2 more wins, this sat and tuesday, then i think we are ok.fingers crossed.
torrox tyke
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10/04/2013 17:47:00

I said a while ago when we were all discussing how many points it would take to stay up...I said it might be 55 point and I haven't changed my mind, those two wins you mentioned could be the games to do it...and on form, we could and should beat Charlton and Derby, but it's never that straight forward in this league...having said that I'm more confident than ever, that we'll be ok now.
Engleberthumbertyke
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10/04/2013 18:01:00

It never is staright forward. Two winable home games after two great away results. I'm fairly confident but also cautious. I remember having two winable home games against Ipswich and Peterborough after hammering Birmingham. We are a different animal all together now but neither game will be easy.
chiefred
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