Cardiff will be hoping that striker Frazier Campbell will continue his scintillating form which saw them record a historic victory over Manchester City last weekend in their first ever home game in the Premier League. Everton are still looking for their first win of the season following an opening day draw to Norwich City and a stalemate at home to West Brom.
Both teams were in action in the Capital One Cup in mid-week, Cardiff seeing-off Accrington Stanley whilst Everton needed extra-time to defeat Stevenage. Cardiff’s victory was marred by an injury to £7.5m Danish striker Andreas Cornelius whose ankle problem will rule him out of the fixture against Everton.
KICK-OFF: Saturday, 3pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS…
Cardiff 1 Everton 0, League Cup second leg, 1980
Everton 2 Cardiff 0, League Cup first leg, 1980
Cardiff 1 Everton 2, FA Cup, 1977
The two sides have not met in a competitive fixture since a 1980 League Cup tie which Everton won 2-1 on aggregate.
Roberto Martinez has only one win in his last 10 Premier League games.
Craig Bellamy can become the only player to score for seven different clubs in the Premier League should he find the back of the net on Saturday.
Cardiff City to win: 3.2
Everton to win: 2.25
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