Brenton b바카라사이트owen kept in starting side after a night of fighting in Cardiff
Cardiff fans who turned out for a night’s entertainment should keep an eye on this weekend’s clash with Sunderland at the Liberty Stadium.
That may not be the final match of the season but we wouldn바카라‘t be surprised to see the Bantams bounce back from Saturday’s humiliating 1-0 defeat at Cardiff, which saw them fall just six points short of the Premier League finish.
The Bantams have been one of the few bright spots for supporters of the club in their promotion-bound fifth season, and after Sunday’s 3-1 win in their opening league game, they’re just 12 points out of the top four on 60 points.
The Magpies, who had to play the home side in a match to earn promotion, are a whopping four points adrift of top spot.
However, there’s more to take away from their 3-1 success with Cardiff, as the home side had a more direct game as well.
They scored a goal after being denied a free-ki바카라ck when a poor defending allowed Aaron Reid to run inside and finish past the retreating Alan Judge.
He should be able to turn around the number of goals scored against the Welsh club, but he is looking to improve on last season, when the pair had a combined 41 goals and 24 assists.
The three goals against Cardiff are also a major boost for the hosts as they also came within touching distance of beating top spot with a 1-0 win at home to Newcastle a week earlier.
Southampton missed their chance as well when their goalkeeper, Paul Jansen, had a late header saved by goalkeeper Jon Moss and Adam Lallana made his debut as a substitute just before half-time, with goals from Chris Martin and the striker James Ward-Prowse.
Southampton are now just four points behind leaders Manchester City, and despite not winning any league games this campaign, can have a lot of hope if they’re given an opportunity to secure a top-four finish on Sunday.