With the support of over 20,000 fans Cardiff City should be easy to overcome the guests from London. After two successive defeats away, the Welsh beat Millwall at home 2:1 three days ago. They haven't yet lost their home games, three wins and a draw with goal difference 9:2, and they are currently in second place. Tonight will surely miss the most experienced striker Craig Bellamy due to injury, while the best midfielder Seyi Olofinjana still has a chance to return to the team. In their meetings Cardiff are unbeaten in eight games against Crystal Palace which is just once win in six games as a guest. Experience, form, home ground and tradition are the advantages of Cardiff City.
On the other hand Crystal Palace all the points won as the host, outside of their stadium with four defeats without a goal - 0:12. In the eight matches they have only seven points and can't seem to find the right rhythm. In the last round they were degraded by the Derby County, 0:5. First scorer of the team James Vaughan (three goals) is out of the trip to the Welsh capital through suspension. Last season's top scorer Darren Ambrose is highly questionable 'cause of injury and most likely won't play. Defender Anthony Gardner is still doubt, but he has a bigger chance to play tonight. David Wright (df), Lee Hills (df) and Sean Scannell (mf) are sidelined for a long time.
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