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.@cardiffcityfc 11: Marshall, Taylor, Caulker (C), Turner, Whittingham, Medel, Odemwingie, Mutch, Cowie, Theophile-Catherine, Bellamy.
.@cardiffcityfc bench: Lewis; Hudson, Campbell, Kim, Noone, Gunnarsson, Maynard.
Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has named Craig Bellamy in his starting XI for this afternoon's South Wales Derby.
Cardiff have made two changes to their side which drew 0-0 at Norwich last time out. Bellamy comes in for Fraizer Campbell who drops to the bench while Scot Don Cowie returns to the team in place on Kim Bo Kyung,
Swansea fans have arrived in Cardiff against the highly anticipated derby match against Cardiff City.
It's the first time the teams have met in the Premier League.
Kick off is at 1600 GMT.
Click here to visit the ITV Sport site, with an analysis of the key battles in this afternoon's Cardiff City v Swansea City derby.
Cardiff City have been charged by the FA for their part in the on-pitch altercation between players during last week's goalless draw with Norwich.
The incident occurred after Norwich midfielder Leroy Fer scored as Cardiff waited for the ball to be returned to them, Cardiff having kicked it out to allow treatment to injured Norwich player Alex Tettey.
The goal was disallowed by referee Mike Jones. Fer later indicated that the act was intentional. Both clubs have been charged by The FA for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and have until 6pm on 4 November 2013 to respond to the charge.
Following the controversial conclusion to yesterday's game between Norwich and Cardiff, Norwich midfielder Leroy Fer has defended his actions. He was criticised for poor sportsmanship by Cardiff manager Malky Mackay.
Saturday's fixture saw a goalless draw at Carrow Road. You can read more on this story on the ITV Sport website here
It is 0-0 at half-time as Cardiff City face Norwich City at Carrow Road.
View more match details on the ITV Sport website by clicking here.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised Cardiff City for "time-wasting" following his side's 4-1 victory.
There were a number of controversial incidents during the game, including Chelsea's disputed equaliser, and Mourinho was sent to the stands by the referee midway through the second half.
Speaking at a press conference last night, the Chelsea boss said: "If i was in that game and I was paying my ticket, i would be worried with the fact that every time the ball was out or stopped and our opponent had to put the ball back in the game, it took a median of 21.5 seconds.
"That is a waste of money. When you multiply that by the number of times the game was stopped, you pay for 90 minutes but you see 55 or 60. For me, that's breaking the rules."
Chelsea 4 -1 Cardiff City
Swansea City 4 - 0 Sunderland
Newport County 3-0 York City
Wrexham 2-0 Woking
A turbulent week for Cardiff City with speculation over the future of manager Malky Mackay has ended with a resounding defeat at Chelsea this afternoon.
Jordon Mutch did give the Bluebirds the lead after ten minutes but two goals from Eden Hazard and strikes by Samuel Eto'o and Oscar gave the home side the win.
Meanwhile Swansea overcame bottom club Sunderland 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea scorers were Jonathan De Guzmán, Wilfried Bony and Chico Flores after an own goal from Sunderland's Phillip Bardsley.
In League Two Newport beat York City 3-0 and there was a 2-0 win for Wrexham at home to Woking in the Conference.
Cardiff City travel to Stamford Bridge today to take on Chelsea in the Premier League.
Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Manager Malky Mackay said he expects a challenge.
He said: "We've got a tough game ahead of us on Saturday, and we go to Stamford Bridge realising that, but also looking forward to it massively."