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CARDIFF City is the only Welsh club to feature in the Premier League this season.

The Bluebirds last played in the Premier League during the 2013-14 season and their stay in the top flight was short, as the club finished rock bottom. Malky Mackay, David Kerslake, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer all were sacked as many managers and oversaw the Bluebirds during that disastrous season.

Things can be different this term. Cardiff won automatic promotion thanks to finishing second in the Championship. Neil Warnock’s team secured 90 points from a possible 138. The experienced manager knows all about the Premier League having managed Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers in the top flight. He now takes Cardiff to the bright lights of the Premier League with safety the first objective for the club. Despite the Bluebirds being selected as sportsbooks’ most likely to be relegated, they will have plenty of fight in them.

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Cardiff City – Tactics

Warnock has built Cardiff into a direct football team that gets the ball forward quickly. The Bluebirds scored 69 goals on their way to promotion. The figure was tied for the second fewest in the Championship’s top six. Cardiff’s bread and butter was their ability to stop opposing teams. The Bluebirds allowed just 39 goals, which tied them for the best goals record with Wolverhampton Wanderers. Several of Cardiff’s defensive personnel are back. Sean Morrison, Joe Bennett, Callum Paterson, and Jazz Richards have returned for the club’s first season back in the Premier League.

Getaheadofthegames, a specialized website, looks confident into Cardiff’s chances to stay in the Premier League for next season even if they will most likely end at the bottom of the Premier League according to some bookmakers. Their tactics will be very important if the want to succeed so as the recruitment.

Cardiff City – Transfers

Cardiff only made six signings during the summer transfer period. Four of the players to join the Bluebirds have done so on permanent deals. All four permanent signings see players taking a step up in division. Greg Cunningham, Josh Murphy, Bobby Reid, and Alex Smithies have all arrived from Championship clubs. Reid’s addition is the most interesting. The striker signed from Bristol City where he tallied 19 goals in 46 games last term. It was reported Cardiff paid £10 million for Reid’s signature. The Bluebirds loaned in Harry Arter from Bournemouth along with Real Betis midfielder Victor Camarasa.

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Cardiff City – Fixtures

Cardiff's opening fixtures saw them play Bournemouth, Newcastle, and Huddersfield. The Bluebirds then face Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester City in consecutive fixtures. According to the odds on Bet365, this could be a good thing for Cardiff City FC. In seven games starting with the Arsenal fixture, Cardiff will clash with five clubs that finished in the Premier League top six last season.