Cardiff v Everton is one of six games on Saturday in the Premier League. Just four of them kick off at 3:00pm with a lunchtime game and an early evening game as well.
There are only nine fixtures this weekend because Chelsea are playing in the Super Cup against Bayern Munich tonight. Chelsea have already played their game originally scheduled for this weekend when the faced Aston Villa 10 days ago at Stamford Bridge.
Just two sides have 100% records and they are Spurs and Liverpool while two sides have yet to record a point, and they are Swansea and Crystal Palace.
Palace will be hoping to get off the ground when they face Sunderland on Saturday evening live on Sky, Swansea are away at West Brom on Sunday.
Spurs and Liverpool will do well to keep their 100% records going as they face Arsenal and Man Utd respectively on Sunday.
Cardiff's opponents, Everton, have drawn their first two matches.
Saturday August 31stCardiff v Everton 3pm Crystal Palace v Sunderland 5:30pm Manchester City v Hull 12:45pm Newcastle v Fulham 3pm Norwich v Southampton 3pm West Ham v Stoke 3pm
Sunday September 1stArsenal v Tottenham 4pm Liverpool v Manchester United 1:30pm West Brom v Swansea 1:30pm
Source: Cardiff City Online