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28 Dec 2012 11:33:12

The Championship weekend

There is a full Championship program this Saturday. The top three are all at home.

Hull City, currently five points behind City in 2nd place, will have played their game against Leeds Utd before City kick off. What ever the result at the KC Stadium it will give Cardiff an incentive to either reclaim their 5 point lead or possibly even extend it.

Middlesbrough in third place are also at home. They face an unpredictable Blackpool side that tends to score in most games

Palace, who are fourth - seven points behind City, are away at Forest who last night appointed Alex McLeish as their new manager after sacking Sean O'Driscoll on Wednesday.

Huddersfield v Sheff Wed 12:30 Hull v Leeds United 12:30 Barnsley v Blackburn 15:00 Bolton v Birmingham 15:00 Bristol City v Peterborough 15:00 Burnley v Leicester 15:00 Cardiff v Millwall 15:00 Charlton v Derby 15:00 Middlesbrough v Blackpool 15:00 Nottm Forest v Crystal Palace 15:00 Wolves v Ipswich15:00 Brighton v Watford 17:20 posteampgdpts 1 Cardiff 24 17 50 2 Hull 24 8 45 3 Middlesbrough 24 10 44 4 Crystal Palace 24 14 43 5 Leicester 24 15 38 6 Watford 23 10 37 7 Millwall 24 4 37 8 Nottm Forest 24 4 36 9 Leeds United 24 -3 35 10 Brighton 23 8 34 11 Blackpool 24 7 33 12 Derby 24 0 33 13 Burnley 24 -1 33 14 Wolves 24 -2 31 15 Huddersfield 24 -7 31 16 Bolton 24 -2 29 17 Blackburn 23 -3 29 18 Charlton 24 -3 29 19 Birmingham 24 -6 29 20 Ipswich 24 -20 27 21 Sheff Wed 24 -12 24 22 Peterborough 24 -11 22 23 Barnsley 24 -14 21 24 Bristol City 23 -13 19

 

Source: Cardiff City Online


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