In the EFL Championship, Cardiff will host Preston North End for a matchday 35 match at Cardiff Stadium.
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Cardiff City vs Preston North End preview
Following a 1-2 Championship victory over Queens Park Rangers, Cardiff City is looking to win again.
Cardiff City had 28% possession and 11 shots on goal, four of which were on target, in the encounter. Isaak Davies (70′) and Rubin Colwill (74′) scored for Cardiff City respectively. QPR had 18 shots on goal, three of them were on target. The Queens Park Rangers’ goal came from Andre Gray (38′).
On the other hand, Cardiff City has scored 7 goals in their last six games, averaging 1.17 goals per game.
Preston North End will enter this match on the back of a 2-1 Championship victory against Bournemouth in their most recent match.
Preston North End had 40% possession and 13 shots on goal, five of them were on target, in that encounter. Cameron Archer (54′) and Emil Riis Jakobsen (89′) scored goals for Preston North End. Bournemouth had eight shots on goal, three of which were on target. Bournemouth’s goal came from Jamal Lowe (50′).
Preston North End’s Ryan Lowe has converted six times in their last six games, giving them goals per game average of one.
Cardiff City vs Preston North End team news
Cardiff City team news
Due to fitness concerns, James Collins, Thomas Sang, and Isaac Vassell have all been ruled out.
Cardiff City predicted line-up
Smithies; Ng, Flint, McGuinness; Drameh, Doyle, Wintle, Doughty; Davies, Colwill; Hugill
Preston North End team news
Following a red card in their match against Coventry, Liam Linsday will make his comeback to the first team. Due to fitness concerns, Matthew Olosunde (heel) will also be unavailable.
Preston North End predicted lineup
Iversen; van den Berg, Lindsey, Hughes; Potts, Browne, Whiteman, Earl; Johnson; Archer, Riis Jakobsen