Cardiff travel to London to take on Fulham this afternoon and hope to end their 3 game losing streak. Their last victory was a stunning 3-2 win over Manchester City at the start of the season.
Peter Odemwingie is likely to make his first Premier League debut for the club after scoring against West Ham in the League Cup in the week.
Like Cardiff, Fulham are also winless in their past six matches at home.
Kick off is at 3.00pm.
Top of the Premier League side Arsenal travel to Wales to take on Swansea this afternoon.
An eight straight win for the English club means Michael Laudrup will hope to move on from their League Cup defeat against Birmingham on Wednesday.
Club captain back Ashley Williams remains doubtful for the match due to an ankle injury. Laudrup expressed his concerns for the centre back's welfare yesterday during a press conference. He said,
"I am worried because Ashley an international and if he doesn't get recovery he could bring this injury forward for months. We have to be careful and when I say we, I mean the national team as well".
Kick off is at 5.30pm.