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[England Championship] Cardiff City VS Sunderland 13.1 [Copy Link]

Cardiff City: Seemed to be the challenger to the leader ( Recent Form: L L L L D )
Championship is one of the most unpredictable and exciting competitions in Europe, once again emerges from the results of Cardiff City this season. Not so long ago, the team from Wales was seen as the lowerer of Wolverhampton Wanderers after obtaining the second position at about a quarter of the season. It was even won by Wolverhampton Wanderers and so Cardiff seemed to be the intended threat to the leader. Just before Christmas, the team of Neil Warnock really fell out of nowhere in an incredibly deep valley. It was successively lost to Bolton Wanderers, Fulham, Preston North End and Queens Park Rangers. As if that wasn't bad enough, the Bluebirds last weekend knew the unlike Mansfield Town-the current number seven of the fourth level of England. Do not defeat in own house (0-0). In the already so busy program, a replay will be on a weekly visit at Manstown-about 280 kilometers of travel from Wales. For this trip there will be first to be settled from Sunderland. At the Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff hopes for the first time since the victory at Hull City on 16 December to win a game winning. It is hoped that there was a home advantage against the song last of the Championship, because against Mansfield Town this was not the case. Of the 33,000 available spots in the Cardiff City Stadium-the successor to the legendary stadium Ninian Park-there were only about 6300 occupied in the FA Cup game against the oud. Just when the Bluebirds need a support in the back, the fans of Cardiff let their team down.

Sunderland: In a nightmare ( Recent Form: D L W L L )
At that time I thought it would not be that far for the Black Cats. In the team there were still enough potential Premier League-worthy players who would save it in the Championship. At least I thought so. After twenty-six rounds of play, the arch rival of Newcastle United is not even Championship-worthy, let alone Premier League-worthy. Although the level of the Second League of England has risen exponentially in recent years, there is still do a quality difference between the two competitions. Sunderland, however, shows no difficulty with this difference, as the team goes through where it started last year in the Premier League; Losing matches and occupying last place. Sunderland has won only four times in the league and has to improve as the Wiedeweerga, otherwise the league One will be very close to the traditional club from England. The fans of Newcastle United will welcome that with great pleasure. Not so long ago, Newcastle for the first time relegated from the Premier League for a long while and then was very predicted by the support of Sunderland-at that time still at the highest level. How different is the relationship now between the two arch rivals. Newcastle is in the middle of the Premier League and Sunderland has to be seriously careful that relegating in a row is not going to be a reality.

After all, earlier in the season, Cardiff City still won 1-2 from Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. Sunderland is still in exactly the same form as at the time. Cardiff, however, has to deal with a large vormdip and it is still the question of whether it will be won again from Sunderland, despite the difference of twenty-one places (!) on the rankings. In my opinion, Cardiff will take the victory on Saturday-afternoon. There is much more quality in Cardiff's selection and so I play on low stakes Cardiff win.

Cardiff City  VS  Sunderland A.F.C

Pick: Cardiff City -0.5 @ 1.81.

ENG LCH    19:30    FT    Cardiff City    4 - 0    Sunderland A.F.C
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