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Craig Noone equalises for Cardiff.
Chris Eagles' goal puts the visitors ahead.
Cardiff City are about to kick off against Bolton in the Championship.
Cardiff midfielder Jordan Mutch says that the players will not be taking this afternoon's game against Bolton lightly, as they still have a target this season - breaking the club's points record for a season.
Cardiff City face Bolton today, in their final home game of the Championship season.
The Bluebirds have already secured promotion to the Premier League and made sure that they will finish the season at the top of the table.
Now, whatever the result this afternoon, they will be presented with the Championship trophy to parade in front of their fans at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Cardiff City fans have two reasons to celebrate, after adding to their promotion festivities by securing the championship on Saturday.
Now Cardiff Council are to mark the achievements with a day of celebration on May 5.
Council leader Heather Joyce said it was "only right and proper that the club will want to mark these two incredible achievements with a huge celebration" and described Cardiff winning the championship as "the icing on the cake."
She said: "The event, which will take place on May 5 and will include an open top bus tour from Cardiff city centre to the Bay will hopefully give everyone a chance to see the team and show their appreciation for their achievement as well as give us all another reason to celebrate."
Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay says his side is already preparing for life in the top flight after securing promotion this week.
Yesterday's draw against Burnley means the Bluebirds will also be heading to the Premier League as champions.
Cardiff City's victorious week continues as they secure the Championship title following a draw against Burnley this afternoon.
Craig Conway's goal kept the Bluebirds ahead for most of the game, with Burnley's David Edgar matching them only in the dying moments.
Cardiff City's hopes of being promoted as champions look promising as the two sides break for half time - they're currently leading 1-0, thanks to a goal by Craig Conway.
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Cardiff City will play in the top flight for the first time in 51 years. Promotion will bring huge financial rewards for the club and city.