Danny Ward, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Alex Smithies, Gary Madine.
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Tickets are available to purchase by phone on 0203 871 0810 (opt 3) or in person from the Fulham Ticket Office until 3pm on Friday. They will, however, be on sale from the ground on the day at the Away Ticket Office by Gate 12 – cash only.
It will be cloudy but dry in the Welsh capital throughout Saturday, with temperatures of around 14 degrees at kick-off.
The closest station to the ground is Ninian Park, but trains there from Cardiff Central only run twice an hour. Central station is a half hour walk away from the stadium.
*Odds correct at the time of writing
Tune into the App or the Match Centre for full live commentary of the game from Gentleman Jim and Jamie Reid.
“If we’d have got Mitrovic, we’d be in a better position than we are now. We couldn’t afford him, but he’s a threat and he wants to play. We were told last year how good Fulham were but that didn’t really faze us. It’s difficult to compete at this level unless you have £30m+ to spend.” – Cardiff manager Neil Warnock.
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