|Mark Kennedy (Tony Capaldi, 46)|
|Jay Bothroyd (Warren Feeney, 81)|
|Ross McCormack (Michael Chopra, 85)|
|Don Cowie (Will Buckley, 67)|
|Ross Jenkins (Stephen McGinn, 53)|
|Will Hoskins (Danny Graham, 63)|
Goal!! Heidar Helguson scores for Watford.
Ross McCormack is replaced by Michael Chopra.
Jay Bothroyd is being taken off, Warren Feeney has come on in his place.
Goal!! Cardiff have scored with Chris Burke putting it in the back of the net.
The referee has booked Stephen McGinn.
Don Cowie is replaced by Will Buckley.
Goal!! Cardiff have scored with Peter Whittingham putting it in the back of the net.
Will Hoskins is being taken off, Danny Graham has come on in his place.
Ross Jenkins is being taken off, Stephen McGinn has come on in his place.
Cardiff are replacing Mark Kennedy with Tony Capaldi.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 1 v 0.
Half time whistle is blown by P Crossley
The referee has booked Jay Bothroyd.
Goal!! Ross McCormack scores for Cardiff.
It's 3pm on Sunday, March 21st, the match has kicked off.
Cardiff face Watford at 3pm on Sunday, March 21st.
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