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Given that we discussed every facet of the Bristol game and more, I think it might be time to turn our heads to the Cardiff match Tuesday night. A few things that I am pretty sure of, they are a very physical side, they are a very big club, they like to play plenty of balls into the box & particularly like getting to the second ball. We can be sure that it will be a tough game & I wouldn't mind betting that they will target JJ to get the ball down that channel to stick crosses in.
As we are all armchair experts, how are we going to come out with three points that are so desperately needed? Is Taffazoli going to make an appearance given that Knight, as of this moment won't be available? Given that Stewart was "nearly" ready, will he be the new partner in the centre of defence? Ikpeazu made a cameo appearance against QPR, but didn't get on at all a few days later from the bench, is it too soon for him or has he picked up another injury? Gape, will he be considered too small if he is fit enough anyway? Adenerin, a very combative midfielder, finally reappeared at Bristol, but possibly won't be risked from the start. Thompson apparently asked to come off on Friday, has he tweaked/pulled something again and a late fitness test may rule him out as too much too soon. Surely a step too far for Bayo, so will Samuel be given another battering against the two giants at the back for Cardiff if Ikpeazu is deemed too risky. Fred not angry enough? Horgan deemed as unfit to start as he has played so many games so far this season. I think I can say with relative certainty that Wheeler will play, assuming he didn't pick up an injury collecting a book on the history of socialism from the library, Allsop another one & possibly Kashket & probably McCleary After that it's anyones guess?