Cardiff v Swansea derby

Cardiff City and Swansea City play each other on Sunday at the Cardiff City Stadium

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No arrests made at Cardiff v Swansea Derby

No arrests were made by South Wales Police at yesterday's Cardiff v Swansea derby at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Police have praised the behaviour of supporters before, during and after the game which was attended by a capacity crowd of 27,463 people.

Working in partnership with both football clubs in the run-up and during tonight’s game we were able to provide a trouble free environment for everyone who attended as well as a positive impression to the millions of people who were watching on television around the world.

“The good behaviour of the fans, the stewarding at Cardiff City Football Club and effective policing all combined to create an enjoyable evening for everyone.”

– Match Commander Superintendent Tony Smith



Swansea City name team for derby

Michael Laudrup has left record signing Wilfried Bony on the bench.

Jonjo Shelvey returns to the Swansea starting lineup after missing last week's meeting with West Ham in the only change to Michael Laudrup's side.

Cardiff City name team for derby

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,

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