The Bluebirds fail to overturn their first leg loss as they lose to West Ham three nil in their second leg of their play off semi-final
Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay admits he's very keen to bring in several loan signings to boost his squad for the Championship run-in.
Cardiff City have suffered another blow a week after narrowly missing out on the Carling Cup against Liverpool.
Malky Mackay, the manager of Cardiff City, says they are looking for new players but it has to be the right type of person to come into the club.
Cardiff would be more than happy to repeat their two most recent scorelines as they aim to make it three festive victories on the trot today.
Hugely important successes at Leicester and at home to Crystal Palace saw the Bluebirds beat two of their promotion rivals and open up a five point lead at the top of the Championship.
The visit of Millwall, though, brings them up against yet another club with ambitions of higher things. The Lions begin the afternoon just outside the play-off places, in seventh, and could well present a difficult proposition.
City's twelve home league games, of course, have yet to produce a single draw - 11 wins and one defeat so far - and every sequence does eventually end....
Cardiff City are at home to Millwall tomorrow and hoping to extend their lead at the top of the Championship.
They beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Cardiff City Stadium on Boxing Day.
Cardiff now need a miracle to make the Championship play-off final after West Ham scored on 39 minutes to increase their lead to four nil.
Approaching the half hour mark in the Championship play-offs, Cardiff are a goal down to West Ham at Upton Park.
On aggregate, West Ham now lead the Bluebirds by three goals to nil.
Meanwhile in the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off, Wrexham face a similar fate. They are now three goals to nil down at home to Luton.
The latest scores now mean that both Welsh sides face an uphill struggle to make the play-off finals.
There are big games for Cardiff and Wrexham tonight as both sides are in action in the play-off semi finals.
Cardiff are away to West Ham while Wrexham are at home to Luton.
Both Welsh sides lost two nil in their first leg of the play-offs.
Cardiff City coach Malky Mackay says the side must make sure they're in the game when they face West Ham tomorrow in the second leg of their play off semi final
Cardiff City host Coventry in the Championship on Wednesday night. The Bluebirds have slipped out of the play-off places after a goalless draw at home to Burnley on Saturday.