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Cardiff are favourites for this match, and that’s no surprise – they’ve won their previous two Championship matches, while Peterborough have failed to win in any of their previous five league games.
We’d agree with the bookies that Cardiff will win this game, but with odds of just 4/5, we don’t think a bet on Cardiff is worth it. Instead, we’re going to predict the exact score of the game.
No team has conceded more than Peterborough’s 55 goals this season, and their terrible defence should be exploited by a Cardiff team who, while they’ve not been prolific in front of goal, have managed to find some goals recently. We think that the Bluebirds will hit at least a couple against the Posh.
But will Peterborough have it in them to mount any offence? Quite simply, no. They’re the second-lowest scorers in the Championship and our opinion is that they’ll have very few chances, and won’t take any that do come their way.
After looking at the odds over at bet365, we’ve decided the best bet around is on Cardiff to win 3-0. It might seem a little risky, but we were persuaded by the generous odds, which are an impressive 14/1.
Despite a positive start to the campaign, City went into the contest on a difficult run of form, having fallen to defeats to Blackpool and Leicester City in February.
Peterborough, managed by Darren Ferguson, were struggling in the Championship, but while looking for their first win of the calendar year, remained a stern challenge for City.
The Bluebirds stepped up to the task admirably, taking control of proceedings in a memorable six minutes.
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With 34 minutes on the clock, Peter Whittingham’s wicked corner found its way past soon to be Bluebird Joe Lewis and into the net to give City the lead, settling the early nerves.
It took just four minutes for the Bluebirds to double the advantage, as striker Rudy Gestede was on-hand to head home the second.
In a fantastic period of dominance, City found a swift third in the 40th minute, as Slovenian midfielder Haris Vučkić, on loan from Newcastle United, struck his first goal for the club to ensure the three points.