Bournemouth v Cardiff Live Stream – KO from Dean Court in Championship

Bournemouth will be out to extend their unbeaten run to 12 games when they welcome Cardiff to Dean Court with live streaming from the Championship later today.

Eddie Howe’s side are currently third in the table having won 8 and drawn 3 of their last 11 games and depending on results elsewhere they could go top of the table this weekend.

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Cardiff are also on a good run of form with two wins and two draws in their last five games. The club are currently 9th in the table just two points outside the play-offs and 8 points off the top.

The Cherries have already beaten the Bluebird this season, running out 3-0 winners in the Capital One cup. While the Welsh side have improved since then under the guidance of Russell Slade, striker Adam Le Fondre has warned his team-mate against underestimating the division high fliers.

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“To be fair Bournemouth were brilliant last season and while I was playing at Reading they battered us home and away,” Le Fondre told Wales Online. “Then look at the cup tie Cardiff played against us. They annihilated us.

“They are an extremely good team and their manager, Eddie Howe, has them playing well. If we underestimate them in any way or take it easy they will take advantage. But we will be absolutely ready for what is a huge test.

“Bournemouth were promoted automatically two years ago and have done really well in the Championship.

“A week later we play Brentford, who are a similar type of club, at home. They came up after finishing second last season and have made an outstanding start to their season.

“Brentford have their own way of playing, they pop the ball around fluently. These next two matches are both difficult tests and we have to understand that. Any team who is too cocky against teams like Bournemouth and Brentford will have little chance of taking anything from the match.”

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.