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Notes from the BBC website


MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head

◾Cardiff City are unbeaten in their last 10 matches against Huddersfield Town in all competitions, winning seven.

◾The Terriers have lost their previous six games away to the Bluebirds in league and cup,

◾Huddersfield's last win against the Welsh side was a 1-0 victory in the third tier on 25 January 2003. Their manager for that game was Mick Wadsworth, who had been sacked days earlier only for the club to reinstate him after realising they could not afford his pay-off.

◾The Terriers have had a player sent off in each of their last two matches against Cardiff: goalkeeper Danny Ward in May 2017 and Jonathan Hogg in August 2018.

Cardiff City

◾The Bluebirds have lost back-to-back home league games, conceding a total of eight goals. Prior to that, they had won three successive home matches.

◾Thirteen of Cardiff's 19 league goals this term have been scored in the second half - as many as Huddersfield have scored in total.

◾Defeat would be Cardiff's 100th loss at home in the top flight.
◾They have led for 93 minutes in Premier League matches this term, the lowest total in the division.

Huddersfield Town

◾The Terriers have lost their last nine games in all competitions, including a club-record run of eight consecutive league defeats.

◾They are only the fourth club to have 10 points or fewer after 21 Premier League matches. The other three all ended the season bottom: Bolton in 1995-96, Sunderland in 2005-06 and Derby in 2007-08.

◾Huddersfield are the division's lowest scorers with just 13 goals, including only five from open play.

◾Their top scorer in the Premier League this season is defender Mathias Jorgensen, with three goals - he is the least prolific top scorer of the 20 top-flight clubs.

◾Huddersfield are winless in their last 13 matches against Welsh opposition in all competitions (D4, L9), failing to score in each of their last four games.




posted on 12/1/19

Apparently it was ruled out because the lino said it was a foul

posted on 12/1/19

If anything, it started outside the box. Warnock saying they had a clearer pen in the first half, I kind of agree.

We didn't create anything, thats the story of our campaign. It's over

posted on 12/1/19

It’s been an awful and disappointing season, will be glad when it’s over.

posted on 12/1/19

It's our own doing though, that's the sad thing. Saying that though, Fulham spent £100m and have 3 more points than us.

posted on 12/1/19

It is our own doing, I agree. I really thought we’d use last summer’s transfer window to improve and consolidate, especially up front. But we didn’t and we are where we are, in the edge of relegation. I know there

posted on 12/1/19

What is it with this site??? I’m typing away and then it just sends 😡
Last post should read on the edge not in and I know there’s still a lot of points to play for but are we going to get them? Sadly I don’t think so.

posted on 12/1/19

We're down Utg, simple as that

posted on 12/1/19

Sadly I have to agree.

posted on 12/1/19

It's only Man City next 😂

posted on 13/1/19

Apparently we're in for Bojan from Stoke. Another lightweight midfielder.

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