Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Cardiff V Southampton live Stream Premier League– Preview 26 Dec 2013

Match Preview: Thursday 26th December 2013,One of the important match Cardiff V Southampton of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming,Cardiff V Southampton streaming is available here Cardiff V Southampton  Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Cardiff City Stadium 12/26/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Cardiff V Southampton Live Stream Cardiff V Southampton ,Cardiff V Southampton online free,Cardiff V Southampton Live High Quality Streaming video.Cardiff V Southampton at Cardiff City Stadium Thursday 26th December 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT).Cardiff forward Craig Bellamy is still struggling with a knee problem and is unlikely to be involved on Boxing Day.Fraizer Campbell and Kim Bo-kyung are pushing for recalls, while fit-again striker Andreas Cornelius awaits his first Premier League start.
Southampton quartet Kelvin Davis, Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Clyne and Dani Osvaldo could all be fit to play.
Jose Fonte and Maya Yoshida may feature after minor injuries, but Artur Boruc and Victor Wanyama are out.
There's a parody twitter account that is purportedly from an American fan in which the writer talks about the Premier League with references to the major sports in the United States.
So, teams are franchises, with names like London soccer cannons, Northwich yellow ducks and the North London soccer chickens, and although it is meant as a spoof it is sometimes uncannily close to reality. The controversial events of the last week at Cardiff City are so ridiculous that even someone with a creative mind for farce like the above American couldn't have invented them.
It will certainly be an interesting Boxing Day, following the news that Malky Mackay will stay as manager for "the foreseeable future". As at Anfield, the Cardiff boss will be cheered throughout the game, while the owner will receive a very different reception.
Some have been comparing Cardiff with the events at Southampton at the start of the year. Back in January, Southampton fans were surely wondering what direction their club was heading in after the departure of popular manager Nigel Adkins.
But the comparison ends there. The act was done and dusted in a decisive manner and almost a year later the Saints have made huge progress under Mauricio Pochettino.
England caps for Rickie Lambert , Adam Lallana and Jay Rodriguez have been the high points in a remarkable year for the Hampshire club.
Let's not forget that it has also been a fantastic year for Cardiff, winning the Championship title and gaining promotion to the Premier League for the first time.
Their obvious target this season was 17th and consolidation in the top division, in a way that teams like Southampton, Stoke and - dare one say it - Swansea have done.
However, the completely unrealistic expectations of the owner mean that 2013 is ending in bitterness, rancour and discord, and that is a real shame.

Cardiff have won their last seven home matches with Southampton, each by a one-goal margin.
The away side has not won this fixture in the last 17 league attempts since Southampton's 5-3 win at Ninian Park on 27 December 1965.

Cardiff have taken seven points from the last 12 available at home.
The Bluebirds have gained five points from losing positions this season (W1, D2). Only Aston Villa (seven) in the bottom half of the table have more.
Malky Mackay's side have scored just five goals in their last nine Premier League games, and four of those have come in the second half.
Peter Whittingham has been involved in half of Cardiff's last 12 league goals, with two goals and four assists.

Southampton are winless in their last six league matches. They are yet to endure a seven-game winless streak since they returned to the Premier League.
Mauricio Pochettino's side have gone a league-high eight games without keeping a clean sheet, and conceded 17 goals in the process.
Southampton have won only one of their previous 12 Premier League games played on 26 December (W1, D6, L5) and scored just three goals in their last seven top-flight Boxing Day matches.
Adam Lallana has scored four goals in 17 league games this season, bettering his tally of three goals in 30 top-flight appearances last campaign. 

Competition: Premier League  
Cardiff V Southampton   
Date: Thursday 26th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Cardiff City Stadium  
Live/Repeat: Live

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