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Cardiff City vs Fulham

Championship MatchDay 25 at Cardiff City Stadium

Saturday January 10th 2015    KO: 15:00




Referee: Nigel Miller (County Durham)
Referee Nigel Miller
Referee Nigel Miller has been a referee since 1989 and was promoted to the Football League referees list in 2003. Mr. Miller is one of if not the oldest official in the Football League, born on the 5th of March 1960.

Saturday's game against Cardiff will be the first time Ref Miller has bossed a Fulham game.

So far this season Ref Miller has issued 38 yellows and 3 reds in 21 games with over half the yellows being issued to visiting players.



Cardiff City

Cardiff are set to hand debuts to two players in Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Fulham at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Left-back Scott Malone joined the Bluebirds earlier this week from Millwall before striker Alex Revell arrived from Rotherham on Friday morning.

And the duo are likely to be involved as 12th-placed Cardiff look to climb up the table against a Fulham side they met in the Premier League less than 12 months ago.

Russell Slade shuffled his pack for the FA Cup tie with Colchester last weekend with the likes of David Marshall, Kenwyne Jones, Sean Morrison and Bruno Manga all hopeful of earning recalls to the starting line-up.
 
Fulham

Fulham will have Ryan Tunnicliffe and Alexander Kacaniklic available.

Midfielder Tunnicliffe is back with the Cottagers after a loan spell with Blackburn and winger Kacaniklic has returned from his stint with FC Copenhagen.

Lasse Vigen Christensen is an injury doubt after coming off early on in the goalless draw against Wolves last weekend with a recurrence of a hamstring problem.

Defenders Tim Hoogland (hernia) and Fernando Amorebieta (knee) are still on the sidelines.
























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