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Cardiff City Set For Full House And Sky Appearance

Cardiff City are expecting a full house tonight when table-topping Wolverhampton Wanderers are the visitors to Ninian Park.


Attendances have been good at City after a record number od season ticket sales, coupled with an impressive start to the season - tonight's game against promotion chasing Wolves is already a near sell-out with ticket sales also doing well this week.


The game is also being televised live on Sky, coverage starting at 5.15pm with the match scheduled to begin at 5.20pm - don't turn up at 3!


A win would be a superb result for Cardiff and see us firmly establish our credantials as play-off contenders as well as cement our place in the top 6 despite a host of chasing clubs.





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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 1 2008

Time: 9:52AM

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Having seen both teams at the Vic recently, I'm backing you to win, Wolves are a very crude and aggressive side (just like their manager) whereas Cardiff play decent football. Only danger is if you allow their strong-arm tactics (Iwelumo in particular) to disrupt your concentration. Play football and you'll win.
RFB-gloryhornetboys
aggressive? Didnt we only snatch a point against you after a needless straigth red for violent conduct?!? Thanks for the support though, hope we can outpass them since we're at home
bluebirdshroom
think this will be a draw......2 - 2
lincolnblue
 

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