Cardiff City are back at home this afternoon, a minor Severnside derby with Bristol City at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Here’s everything you need to know about collision.

What time is Cardiff City v Bristol City?

House at Cardiff City Stadium 12:30 pm

Cardiff City v Bristol City on TV?

Yes, the game will be broadcast on Sky Sports. The transmission is available through the red button of the Football channel from 12:25 pm.

The match will be available to stream on the Sky Sports app for Sky subscribers.

Alternatively, you can stream the match for £10 with the Cardiff City TV Match Pass. Click to see full details here.

What’s the latest news from the team?

Callum Robinson was ruled out before the end of the international break with a recent hamstring problem.

Sabry Lamouchi confirmed that Ebu Adams is unlikely to play again this season, while Jamilu Collins is also ruled out for the foreseeable future.

Tommy Conway returned to training with the Robins this week, but it remains to be seen if he’ll have a chance.

Kai Naismith (calf), Rob Atkinson and Ayman Benarus (LCA) are out.

What did the managers say?

Sabri Lamouchi: “We are very focused on the derby. For our fans, for the club, for the people here, it’s very important, so we focus a lot on training to come back with the right mindset.

“I’m happy because we won at Birmingham and Reading, they were two games away from winning. So now let’s move on, look ahead and think about Bristol.

“I watched the game against Manchester City and was impressed with Bristol’s performance. They played well, they have a good team, a young team and a good coach with a lot of experience.

“They were well organised, with good quality and good individual players. It was a different competition, a different team and a different context. Players know that too.”

Nigel Pearson: “We need to make sure we don’t compromise our standards on any games here. We’ve been working really hard since the beginning of the year because we’re under pressure to get results and people have been asking us questions and obviously me as a manager and I think together we’ve had a positive response like Well.

“We have to see how good we can be between now and the end of the season. We have the potential to fight for a playoff spot, but you can’t get carried away.

“The championship is relentless. There is simply no limit to success or the absence of a large margin for error.”

What are the possibilities?

Cardiff City 6/5

draw 10/23

Bristol City 10/23

(Odds provided by SkyBet, correct at time of publication. Please gamble responsibly.)

Who is the referee?

Matthew Donoghue will be in charge of this fight.

Richard Wilde and Paul Hodskinson are the assistant referees and Sam Purkiss is the fourth official.

Source: Wales Online