Cardiff City welcomed Bolton Wanderers to the Cardiff City Stadium this afternoon.
Kenneth Zohore equalised for the hosts in the second half, while Peter Whittingham scored an injury time penalty to make it a 2-1 win.
Cardiff have beaten Bristol 0-2 this afternoon in the Sky Bet Championship.
A goal in each half from Lex Immers and Stuart O'Keefe gave the Bluebirds the Severnside bragging rights.
A sell-out crowd of 15,578 for the noon kick-off saw Cardiff take a 21st minute lead, when Joe Ralls was allowed space to deliver a low cross from the left of the box, and Immers swept home a low drive from 12 yards at the far post.
Any doubt about the result was removed seven minutes from time when O'Keefe headed home from close range after a Tom Lawrence shot had been tipped onto the bar by Richard O'Donnell.
With Bruno Ecuele Manga outstanding at the back, Cardiff repelled Bristol's attacks and emerged worthy winners.
Today's win will boost manager Russell Slade's hopes of taking his side into the top six.
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Cardiff City boosted their play-off hopes with a win against Blackburn this afternoon, their first win in four Championship games.
Joe Mason scored the only goal for the hosts, with the final score 1-0.
The Bluebirds are now ninth in the table, behind Birmingham.
Cardiff City slipped further off the Championship play off pace as they were held to a draw by Nottingham Forest at the City Stadium.
The visitors went ahead after 9 minutes when Oliver Burke intercepted Joe Ralls' pass, the 18 year old producing a superb finish to leave David Marshall with no chance.
But Cardiff's Aron Gunnarsson swiftly levelled things, the Icelandic international putting the ball in the net after 13 minutes.
Cardiff had chances to take the lead, but wasteful finishing meant they had to settle for a point.
The result leaves Russell Slade's men tenth in the Championship table, six points off the play off places.
The Bluebirds host Blackburn on Saturday.
A late goal from Anthony Pilkington led Cardiff City to a win this afternoon against hosts Bolton.
Today's win sees the Bluebirds move from 10th to 6th in the table,
The final score was 2-3.
Half time at Cardiff City Stadium and the Bluebirds lead 1-0.
Kenwyne Jones found the goal with a header in the 43rd minute, assisted by Joe Ralls.
Cardiff are yet to lose against Reading in their last 10 league meetings having won four matches and drawn six.
A strike from Alex Mowatt was enough to give Leeds United a 1-0 win over Cardiff City this evening, as Russell Slade’s men go three Championship games without a goal.
In a goalless first half with few chances for either side, Alex Revell’s wayward strike after 15 minutes was the closest the Bluebirds came to opening the scoring.
Although the away side pushed for an equaliser, 1-0 was how the score stayed. Cardiff now sit ninth in the Championship table, three points outside the play-off places.