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Cardiff City vs Swansea - Sold Out !

Cardiff City vs Swansea - Sold Out !

Cardiff City host bitter local rivals Swansea City this weekend with a great deal at stake as both clubs look to cement a play-off position and a shot at Premiership football next season.

Cardiff City are fourth in the table after an excellent run of results, while Swansea City have suffered reverse fortunes this month but remain in 4th place just 3 points behind courtesy of their impressive previous form.

Any South Wales derby is simply a massive game, yet the added pressure for this game is obvious. Both clubs want to cement their place, and take momentum into the knock-out games - add that to the bragging rights, first derby in the CCS and the 3-2 defeat at the Liberty Stadium earlier in the season - and it appears an even bigger game.

At present, there are few seats remaining with the club reporting just 600 tickets available for sale. The Ninian Stand has already reached capacity while all other areas have limited availability. The remaining tickets are already on sale, and are expected to have gone by tomorrow at the latest.

It should be a fantastic atmosphere at the CCS with the two Welsh clubs in their best positions respectively for decades. Swansea have an outstanding defence, while the Bluebirds are currently on song and are reknowned for their free-scoring potential and attacking intent. If you're a season ticket holder, make sure you don't miss the game - if you're not, get your ticket fast...

UPDATE: All general sale tickets now sold. Premium hospitality seats only remaining.<BR>

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Wednesday March 31 2010
Time: 11:51AM

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