After their success at Barnsley on Saturday, Cardiff City take on Derby County tonight.
It's another important game in their quest for promotion to the Premier League.
Yesterday manager Malky Mackay said his side knew they had a tough game ahead of them, and that Derby County "have hurt plenty of teams" this season.
He also talked about the team's plan to wear black armbands in memory of former manager Eddie May, who died on Saturday at the age of 68.
Winning the game, said Mackay, "will be a fitting tribute".
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