EFL: Cardiff vs CAFC



Cardiff 18:00 Charlton 

The two teams boast the perfect records since the First Division recaptured on Tuesday night when Cardiff City's hosts welcomed Charlton Athletic. 


Cardiff climbed to the play-offs thanks to a reverse win over the past week while Charlton opened a 3-point gap on the relegation zone.

For the first time since falling out of the Premier League last year, Cardiff defeated Leeds United and Preston North End. The 2-0 win over Leeds was a fantastic victory, with the Bluebirds taking advantage of a few opponent mistakes. to win 3 big points. Meanwhile, a 3-1 win at Deepdale, Neil Harris's team scored 3 goals in the second half against the team where they replaced 6th place in the play-off promotion group at the end of the season. 3 consecutive victories for City after a 3-month hiatus, seeing them not only climb into the playoffs but also opened a 3-point gap, Harris named a squad that did not change between previous victories. Leeds and Preston, but changes can certainly be expected on Tuesday when there is a rapid change.

Charlton is on a big peak before this midweek trip to South Wales, having recorded consecutive 1-0 wins against Hull City and Queens Park Rangers. The QPR clash ended with Jason Pearce's exhausting victory most likely proving to be the turning point in the Addicks season. However, the bottom half of the table is still extremely unpredictable, with only 3 points apart from Huddersfield Town at 22 and Charlton at 18th. Currently, the athlete has 3 matches with the clubs pursuing. playoff tickets, starting with the match against Cardiff team, they have had a good record recently. The London club have only lost 1 of their last 8 encounters with Cardiff since 2008 all competing in second place. Jonny Williams had a goal in the second half against Hull but was kept on the bench against QPR and the Welsh player knew his future was dim. Defender Deji Oshilaja's versatility helped Lee Bowyer and he is expected to start as a left-back, despite playing against QPR as a center-back.


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