Our football match prediction:
Out-of-sorts Bristol City suffered yet another disappointing defeat on Monday, with the team dropping a two-goal advantage in the game against Reading. The Robins extended their losing run in the Championship to six matches and they are low on confidence ahead of the visit of Cardiff City. Bristol City are desperate to grab something from Saturday’s football game against the Bluebirds, but seeing that Lee Johnson’s men have been struggling at the back of late, we do not believe that home win should be considered. Cardiff City recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Matchday 25 and they are level on points with their next rivals Bristol City. A close encounter appears on the horizon and we predict that the two teams will share the spoils at Ashton Gate Stadium. In previous three meetings between the two sides in the Championship 5 goals have been netted and there is every chance fans will see a low-scoring affair.
Highlighted Player (Kieran Agard):
Kieran Agard is a professional football player who was born in East London, England. He began his youth career in the Arsenal Academy and in 2005 he moved to Everton. Agard played for Everton U-18 team and it has to be noted that he made no more than one appearance for the first team. In 2011 he joined Yeovil Town and after playing 29 league games for the club, he signed a contract with Rotherham United in July, 2012. Agard scored his first goal for Rotherham United on 27 October and he helped the team record a 1-0 win over Plymouth Argyle. After scoring 27 goals in 78 league appearances for Rotherham United, he joined Bristol City for the 2014/2015 campaign. The fee is believed to be in the region of £750,000. Despite being born in England, the pacey footballer is eligible to play for Jamaica, Saint Vincent Grenadines and Dominica as well. His main position is centre forward, but he is also capable of playing at both right and left wing.
Highlighted Team (Cardiff City):
Cardiff City are a Welsh football club that compete in the English second tier (Championship). In 2009 they moved from Ninian Park to Cardiff City Stadium, the venue that officially holds 33,280 spectators. The Bluebirds played their first ever Premier League match on 18 August, 2013, but they were beaten by West Ham United (0-2) on their debut in the English top flight. However, a week later Fraizer Campbell (two goals) and Aron Gunnarson helped Cardiff City record their first ever win in the Premier League. The Bluebirds outplayed Manchester City back then, but they eventually dropped to the Championship at the end of the season. Fellow Welsh outfit Swansea City are considered Cardiff’s fiercest rivals and the two teams take on each other in the South Wales derby. The colour of Cardiff City’s home kit is blue, whilst they wear red shirts and shorts when playing on the travels.