The Bluebirds will host the Terriers in the championship fight on Tuesday evening. When is the kick-off? How can I stream the game live? What are the team messages?
The Bluebirds, recovering from some disappointing performances, beat Luton Town 4-0 over the weekend looking to keep the ball rolling at Cardiff City Stadium.
Cardiff City vs Huddersfield Town begins Tuesday, Jan.. December, at 7 p.m. behind closed doors at the Cardiff City Stadium.
It will be broadcast on the red button from Sky Sports Football. The coverage is expected to start five minutes before kick-off.
Cardiff City will broadcast the game live on its website and match passes for spectators in the UK can be purchased here for € 10.
Overseas viewers can pay for £ 7 to see the game – other packages are also available. All the details here.
In the meantime, holders of season tickets for 2020/21 can apply for a TV streaming pass for Cardiff City here.
You can also follow the action from 5pm on our live blog, which you can find here.
Neil Harris’ Cardiff City thankfully made it through the clash with Luton unscathed, meaning the manager is able to pick the same starting XI he scored for that 4-0 win.
We have also seen the return of Greg Cunningham, who has recovered from his hamstring injury earlier this season.
It’s been a tough year for the Republic of Ireland international in terms of injuries and as such Harris is understandably cautious about adding him to the squad too early.
But after missing out on Coventry last week and defeating the Hatters, Cunningham could look forward to a return to the squad.
The long-time absentee are Lee Tomlin, who will be sidelined until the New Year after having had groin surgery, Jordi Osei-Tutu, whose thigh problem is still taking him out of circulation, and Isaac Vassell has suffered another setback with his quad.
Richard Stearman will be absent for the crowd and it is a huge loss after an injury sustained in defeating Middlesbrough.
Alex Pritchard and right-back Pipa returned to practice Monday but are believed not to be ready for the clash with the Bluebirds.
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Cardiff City manager Harris: « As you can imagine, the players who came in yesterday [Sunday] were extremely pleased with their performance, individually and collectively.
« Being on the training ground was really positive. It was a strong performance but the same will be needed tomorrow.
« We don’t want to be six points away from the play-offs, we want to be right in the mix. « . So far we have not earned the right, we need consistency.
« It’s just a game at the moment. We have to do our best to beat Huddersfield. «
Huddersfield Town Manager Carlos Corberan: « I wasn’t surprised by her big win over the weekend. They did very well last season and their manager improved them and they signed good players.
« If you are not focused, you can score goals. They have many strong attack strengths in open play and set pieces. That will ask a lot of us. «
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