Cardiff tackle Fulham tonight within the first leg of their Championship playoff semi-final.
Fulham missed out on automation promotion final week after they may solely handle a draw away to Wigan.
Cardiff, in the meantime, secured their play-off place with a good-looking win over Hull.
The 2 will now face off at Cardiff City Stadium this night as they give the impression of being to get the higher hand of their semi-final tie.
The winner over the 2 legs will meet both Brentford or Swansea at Wembley on August four with a spot within the Premier League at stake.
These two drew 1-1 within the Welsh capital in August with Aleksandar Mitrovic cancelling out Josh Murphy’s opener.
Fulham can take confidence from their win over the Bluebirds at Craven Cottage earlier this month.
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Cardiff v Fulham: The best way to pay attention
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When is the Championship play-off last? Brentford, Swansea, Fulham and Cardiff battle to achieve Wembley
Cardiff: Smithies, Bacuna, Morrison, Nelson, Bennett, Pack, Ralls, Mendez-Laing, Tomlin, Hoilett, Glatzel
Subs: Bettinelli, Mawson, Sessegnon, Odoi, Le Marchand, McDonald, Johansen, Kamara, Jasper
Fulham: Rodak, Hector, Kebano, Cairney, Ream, Reid, Reed, Christie, Bryan, Knockaert, Onomah
Subs: Etheridge, Sanderson, Flint, Bamba, Smith, Vaulks, Murphy, Paterson, Ward
Cardiff v Fulham: What has been mentioned?
Fulham supervisor Scott Parker has dismissed feedback from Cardiff boss Neil Harris that the strain is all on the London membership tonight.
Parker’s Fulham have gone unbeaten of their final seven Championship matches, profitable 5 of them, together with a 2-Zero victory over the Bluebirds at Craven Cottage on July 10.
Harris had beforehand mentioned that Fulham can be beneath the burden of expectation whereas the Bluebirds may go and luxuriate in it.
However Parked mentioned: “I feel there’s been strain on each.
“Cardiff had been within the Premier League with us final 12 months and so they had been eight factors higher off than us to be trustworthy with you. They completed above us within the Premier League, they’re in the identical place as I perceive.”
The Fulham boss added: “Look, it’s an enormous recreation for each of us, expectations on each golf equipment are large, so I feel we perceive the expectation from the skin and the expectation from the within is at all times going to be nice.
“Two video games towards a really, superb Cardiff crew, you haven’t any doubt about that, we perceive what we face. However like I say, we’ll embrace that and we sit up for it.”