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Cardiff City 2-3 Brentford

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Brentford held off Cardiff's second-half fightback to continue their impressive SkyBet Championship promotion push with a 3-2 win at Cardiff City Stadium.

The Bees were coasting after first-half goals from Alex Pritchard, Andre Gray and Jota Peleteiro Ramallo put them in total control.

Craig Noone and Kenwyne Jones pulled goals back for Cardiff, but the visitors held on to make it seven wins from their last eight games.

Cardiff, meanwhile, fall further away from the play-off places as they struggle...

AFC Bournemouth 5-3 Cardiff City

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Bournemouth warmed up for their midweek Capital One Cup quarter-final with Liverpool by defeating Cardiff 5-3 to go top of the Sky Bet Championship table.

Matt Ritchie, Callum Wilson, Marc Pugh, Harry Arter and Yann Kermorgant were all on target as Bournemouth extended their unbeaten run to 12 games.

Kenwyne Jones and Sean Morrison, who struck twice, responded for the visitors - but Eddie Howe's held on.

Cherries top scorer Wilson got the better of Kim Bo-kyung inside 39 seconds as he sprinted clear...

Cardiff City 0-0 Rotherham United

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Russell Slade stretched his unbeaten home record as Cardiff City manager to five Sky Bet Championship matches as he saw his side play out a drab 0-0 draw against struggling Rotherham.

Substitute Federico Macheda went closest for the hosts before David Marshall tipped Alex Revell's header onto the crossbar to extend Rotherham's sorry run to eight league matches without a win.

They have not won away from home since they beat Millwall back in August and they hover two points above the relegation zone,...

Watford 0-1 Cardiff City

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Watford were unable to mark their most successful manager's special day with a win, as Cardiff City celebrated their first away success of the season with a 1-0 victory at Vicarage Road.

Former Watford boss Graham Taylor returned to the club where he made his name to have a stand renamed in his honour, but then had to look on as the Hornets spurned numerous chances as they suffered a fourth straight defeat, Adam Le Fondre netting the only goal early on.

A host of great Watford names, who were either...

Alex Pearce toils in Royals defeat as Cardiff make it five wins in a row

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Peter Whittingham scores from the penalty spot.

Alex Pearce's nightmare first half helped Cardiff make it five straight home wins as they saw off 10-man Reading 2-1.

The Republic of Ireland international's 45 minutes to forget began with the game's opening goal when the Reading defender diverted Peter Whittingham's inswinging corner past his own goalkeeper.

And seconds before the break the centre-back saw red when he fouled former Royal Adam Le Fondre inside the box, allowing Whittingham to fire home the second from the penalty spot.

A late mistake...