Cardiff City take on Crystal Palace Saturday night in the most important game of their season.
After their 1-0 defeat at Fulham, Neil Warnock’s side must now win both tomorrow’s home match and their upcoming fixture against Manchester United at Old Trafford in order to avoid relegation.
Their hopes of dodging relegation also rely on Brighton gaining no more than a point in their approaching fixtures against Arsenal and Manchester City.
Speaking ahead of the fixture, manager Neil Warnock was adamant Cardiff are “still in it” despite a troubled season for the club.
“We always give effort. Sometimes we’re a little bit limited, but, you know, we’ve got two games left to go and we’re still in it.”
Earlier this week, Warnock was fined £20,000 by the Football Association for his comments about Premier League match officials.
His comments, which included calling officials,“the worst in the world”, followed a controversial defeat for Cardiff against Chelsea. On the matter, Warnock said he was “disappointed”, but wouldn't be appealing the decision.
In response, fans have launched a fundraiser to help the fine.
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