McCormack hopes for home comforts

17 March 2009 07:03
"We need to take all 12 points," insisted Scottish international McCormack. "Or at least 10 points if we are serious about trying to win automatic promotion. "We have ten games remaining and six of them are at home so we have hope. "We hope Wolves, Birmingham and Reading slip up somewhere and we win our games in hand so we can capitalise if the opportunity comes up." McCormack scored the 17th goal of his impressive first season in the English league to save Cardiff a last-gasp point in a 1-1 draw at Bristol City on Sunday. And boss Jones hopes will be no place like home for Cardiff. "it is important for us to capitalised in these games at home." said Jones. Fellow play-off chasers Burnley and Ipswich Town also visit fortress Ninian Park in the Championship run-in. And Cardiff's on-loan goalkeeper Stuart Taylor insists: "I think we need to get on average two points from every game to go for promotion."

Source: BBC_Sport