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Cardiff City 2-0 Birmingham City

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Eoin Doyle scored his first goal for Cardiff as they ended a run of seven home games without a win by earning a 2-0 victory over Birmingham.

Former Chesterfield striker Doyle got his first in nine games since his £1million switch to the Bluebirds just after half-time, before a Peter Whittingham penalty wrapped up the points.

It ensured Cardiff's first win at home since January 10 to ease the pressure on manager Russell Slade.

Birmingham boss Gary Rowett was sent to the stands for the visitors in the...

Bournemouth slip up

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Bournemouth let their promotion rivals steal a march at the top of the Championship after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Cardiff.

Harry Arter fired in from range to give Eddie Howe's men an early lead, before Bruno Ecuele-Manga made the wasteful Cherries pay.

Middlesborough's triumph at Derby and Watford's win against Wigan means Bournemouth slip two points behind the automatic places into third.

The visitors made a fast start in their bid to keep the pace in the Championship promotion race.

They could...

Nine-man Cardiff see off Brentford

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Nine-man Cardiff survived a late Brentford onslaught to dent the home side's promotion charge with a smash-and-grab 2-1 win.

All the goals came from goalkeeping blunders in a game which ended with Kadeem Harris and Federico Macheda both seeing red for Cardiff.

Andre Gray gave the home side a first-half lead, but goals from Macheda and Alex Revell turned things round for Cardiff.

The Welsh club came to west London with a game plan to stifle the fluent Bees by breaking the game up at every opportunity,...

Cardiff City 1-2 Charlton Athletic

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Yoni Buyens' late penalty snatched a 2-1 win for Charlton Athletic at Cardiff City, keeping the Addicks' recent revival going.

Buyens struck in the 87th minute - after Sean Morrison clumsily bundled over Simon Church in the penalty area - to seal the victory shortly after Tony Watt cancelled out Federico Macheda's opening goal for the Bluebirds.

The win was Charlton's fifth in their last six games and put the brakes on Cardiff's return to form.

Both sides came into this game having found some results...

Rotherham United 1-3 Cardiff City

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Cardiff registered their biggest away win of the season with a first-half demolition of Rotherham to earn a 3-1 win in the Sky Bet Championship.

The Bluebirds, who made it four unbeaten on the road, benefited from some generous defending to score three times in 11 minutes before the break at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.

Bruno Ecuele Manga, Federico Macheda and Conor McAleny did the damage before Rotherham's improved showing after the break saw them grab a late consolation through Danny Ward.

The win...