Cardiff City have held on to sixth spot in the Championship, after winning 1-0 away at Barnsley. Liam Lawrence's second-half header made sure of all three points at Oakwell. Malky Mackay's side are now unbeaten in seven games, and two points ahead of seventh-place Middlesbrough.
There are three Championship league games remaining, and Cardiff - who face Derby at home on Tuesday night - have their destiny in their own hands when it comes to securing a play-off place, and a shot at the Premier League.
Cardiff City have failed to return to the Championship play-off places after a home draw against relegation strugglers Coventry City.
Despite a Peter Whittingham strike and a Cody McDonald own-goal, the Bluebirds' poor run of form continues with just one win in their last seven league outings.
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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.
Cardiff City host Burnley in the Championship on Sunday, aiming for a win that will put them back in the play-off positions. Malky Mackay's side were beaten 3-0 by Hull at the Cardiff City Stadium last weekend.
- Cardiff City v Burnley - Npower Championship - 15:00
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Cardiff City's promotion dreams have suffered another blow after they lost 0-3 to Hull at home this evening.
Cardiff City trail 1-0 at half-time at home against Hull in the Championship. Bluebirds defender Kevin McNaughton scored an early own goal.
Cardiff City face Hull City in the Championship on Tuesday night, after getting back to winning ways against Bristol City at the weekend. The visitors to the Cardiff City Stadium are only three points behind the Bluebirds in the table.
Cardiff: Marshall, McNaughton, Hudson, Turner, Taylor, Cowie, Whittingham, Lawrence, Gunnarsson, Mason, Miller. Subs: Heaton, Kiss, Earnshaw, Conway, Blake.
Hull: Mannone, Rosenior, Chester, Hobbs, Dawson, Evans, McKenna, Stewart, Koren, Mclean, King. Subs: Gulacsi, Fryatt, Cairney, Dudgeon, Cullen.