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Cardiff V West Ham live Stream Premier League- Preview 11th Jan 2014

Match Preview: On Saturday, 11 January 2014,There Is One of the important match Cardiff V West Ham of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming,Cardiff V West Ham streaming is available here Cardiff V West Ham Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Cardiff City Stadium 1/11/14 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 West Ham Live Stream Cardiff V West Ham,Cardiff V West Ham online free, Cardiff V West Ham Live High Quality Streaming video, Cardiff V West Ham at Cardiff City Stadium Saturday, 11 January 2014, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). Cardiff City could hand a debut to new signing Magnus Wolff Eikrem, the Norway international signed from Dutch side Heerenveen in midweek. Craig Bellamy may figure after two months out with knee and ankle trouble.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce says he will make a "calculated" decision on whether to recall Andy Carroll after an eight-month absence with a foot injury.
Carroll, who last played in May, could join defender James Tomkins in returning to the Hammers side.
In my early commentary career I recall describing a 6-0 home defeat for Burnley against Manchester City, which came three days after a 5-0 loss for the Clarets at the hands of Gillingham.
Their manager Stan Ternent, who had only been appointed at the beginning of that campaign, seemed on borrowed time but the Turf Moor board kept faith despite the calamitous results. Ternent turned it around and lasted five more years. And so, as a very different City once again thumped a team famously claret in midweek, with West Ham conceding their 11th goal in just a few days, Burnley's nightmare week sprang to mind.
This time, Sam Allardyce is the manager in the spotlight and, like Ternent, has received the board's backing.
In truth, there's probably no greater contrast than between the two opposing managers who will come face to face at the Cardiff City Stadium this weekend.
In the home dug out, a relative novice in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, presiding over his first ever Premier League game, having begun his new job with a stunning FA Cup win at Newcastle.The ovation likely to be afforded to the former Manchester United striker as he makes his home bow will only serve to highlight the uneasiness which will greet Allardyce.That said, their teams are similar, not least in terms of their stuttering form: The Bluebirds have one win in seven, the Hammers are without a league win since November.Though the hosts reside above their opponents, a West Ham win would lift them above Cardiff on goal difference.
On the back of their phenomenal victory at St James' Park, the momentum is sure to be with Cardiff and, bearing in mind West Ham's continuing lengthy list of absentees, it could be another distinctly uncomfortable afternoon for Allardyce.
For the record, Ternent completed his miserable week with a third straight defeat, albeit only 1-0 this time!

West Ham were 2-0 winners in the reverse fixture on the opening day of the season.
The Hammers have won the last four league encounters without conceding a goal, including the 2011-12 play-off semi-finals.
Cardiff were knocked out of the League Cup by West Ham in September.

Cardiff City
Cardiff have lost three of the last four matches (D1) in the league.
Their tally of 15 goals is the joint-second lowest in the division.
The Bluebirds have conceded the first goal in 12 of 20 league matches this season.
They have also failed to score in 10, the joint most in the league.

West Ham United
The Hammers have lost their last six away games, including Saturday's 5-0 defeat by Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup and 6-0 loss at Manchester City in the League Cup.
West Ham have only earned two points from their last seven league matches.
They have dropped more points from winning positions than any other Premier League team (14).
Kevin Nolan has scored in three of his last four appearances against Cardiff. 

Competition: Premier League    
Match: Cardiff V West Ham  
Date: Saturday, 11 January 2014
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Cardiff City Stadium
Live/Repeat: Live

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