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Cardiff City team information

Full Name: Cardiff City
Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff, Wales)
Capacity: 26828
City: Cardiff, Wales
Instagram: @cardiffcityfc

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Cardiff betting match schedule: fixtures & results

Cardiff City 0 - 1 Luton Town April 18, 2022 / Championship
Sheffield United 1 - 0 Cardiff City April 23, 2022 / Championship
Middlesbrough FC 2 - 0 Cardiff City April 27, 2022 / Championship
Cardiff City 1 - 1 Birmingham City April 30, 2022 / Championship
Derby County 0 - 1 Cardiff City May 7, 2022 / Championship

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Cardiff betting information & history

Cardiff betting during the 2017/2018 season would have been an easy proposition.

Neil Warnock guided Cardiff back to the Promised Land of the Premier League with a seriously tight back line.

As one of Wales’ best and biggest clubs, Cardiff’s return to the Premier League was welcomed.

This is a Welsh team with a storied history going back a century.

The Bluebirds

Cardiff won the FA Cup in 1927 and went on to win the Charity Shield after that success.

The Bluebirds were also FA Cup finalists in 2008, where they lost to a strong Portsmouth team.

Cardiff also reached the League Cup final in 2012, where they agonisingly lost to Liverpool on penalties.

Cardiff City list of players
# Name Position
1 Phillips, Dillon goalkeeper
25 Smithies, Alex goalkeeper
31 Ratcliffe, George goalkeeper
43 Luthra, Rohan goalkeeper
2 McGuinness, Mark defender
3 Bagan, Joel defender
4 Morrison, Sean defender
5 Flint, Aden defender
16 Nelson, Curtis defender
17 Drameh, Cody defender
23 Watters, Max defender
34 Semenyo, Jai defender
38 Ng, Perry defender
40 Davies, Thomas defender
42 Denham, Oliver defender
6 Vaulks, Will midfielder
7 Bacuna, Leandro midfielder
8 Ralls, Joe midfielder
15 Wintle, Ryan midfielder
18 Doughty, Alfie midfielder
21 Pack, Marlon midfielder
22 Doyle, Thomas midfielder
27 Colwill, Rubin midfielder
32 King, Eli midfielder
33 Patten, Keenan midfielder
36 Evans, Kieron midfielder
37 Bowen, Sam midfielder
39 Davies, Isaak midfielder
41 D'Almeida, Tavio Kouakou midfielder
9 Hugill, Jordan forward
10 Ikpeazu, Uche forward
14 Vassell, Isaac forward
19 Collins, James forward
29 Harris, Mark Thomas forward

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# Team MP D P

Cardiff betting information & history

Cardiff betting during the 2017/2018 season would have been an easy proposition.

Neil Warnock guided Cardiff back to the Promised Land of the Premier League with a seriously tight back line.

As one of Wales’ best and biggest clubs, Cardiff’s return to the Premier League was welcomed.

This is a Welsh team with a storied history going back a century.

The Bluebirds

Cardiff won the FA Cup in 1927 and went on to win the Charity Shield after that success.

The Bluebirds were also FA Cup finalists in 2008, where they lost to a strong Portsmouth team.

Cardiff also reached the League Cup final in 2012, where they agonisingly lost to Liverpool on penalties.