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Cardiff City v Bristol (Team News)

Cardiff City face somewhat of a selection dilemma, although we can accurately predict Dave Jones' decisions.


Kevin McNaughton remains out with a knee injury, Darcy Blake is likely to contiue at right-back after a decent showing against Colchester United.


Stephen McPhail is likely to return in midfield at the expense of Aaron Ramsey, McPhail was rested last week but will return.


Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is suspended so Steve Thompson looks set for a run in the starting XI. Robbie Fowler is still out after hip surgery.





For Bristol City, the options are numerous. Experienced striker Steve Brooker is available after a loan spell at Cheltenham Town while midfielders Noble and Skuse are both raring to go after returning from injury.


Lee Trundle is hoping for a start but is sure to recieve a hostile reception from the Bluebirds' fans.

Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Saturday March 22 2008
Time: 9:20AM

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cmon thommo. dont get a red card like u did last time we played them
jamie_r
22/03/2008 11:46:00
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