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Any Previous? - Cardiff City v Latics

Any Previous? - Cardiff City v Latics




Latics travel to the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday to face Premier League club Cardiff City in the FA Cup 5th round and it will be the first meeting between the two sides since April 9th 2005, when a goal apiece from Jason Roberts and Alan Mahon gave the Latics a 2-0 away win at Ninian Park.

The clubs have met a total of 22 times, Latics have 9 wins, Cardiff 4, draws 9

The two clubs first met back in 1982 in the old Division Three, with the Latics losing that encounter 3-2. All the previous meetings have been in the league and all but four came in one of the bottom two divisions. Three of the four defeats for the Latics happened in Cardiff, but you need to go back to 1997 for the last defeat, which was at Springfield Park.

Previous Six Meetings

09 Apr 2005 - Championship - Cardiff City 0 Latics 2
30 Aug 2004 - Championship - Latics 2 Cardiff City 1
13 Apr 2004 - League Division 1 - Latics 3 Cardiff City 0
30 Sep 2003 - League Division 1 - Cardiff City 0 Latics 0
26 Apr 2003 - League Division 2 - Cardiff City 0 Latics 0
05 Oct 2002 - League Division 2 - Latics 2 Cardiff City 2

Last Time Out

Cardiff City 0 Latics 2
Goal scorers - Jason Roberts 51, Alan Mahon 86 mins
Referee - Grant Hegley
Attendance - 16,858

Teams -

Cardiff - Alexander, Vidmar, Gabbidon, Collins, Barker, McAnuff (Boulding 69), Langley, Ledley, Thorne (Lee 69), Jerome
Unused subs - Boland, Margetson, Williams

Latics - Filan, Eaden, McMillan, Breckin, Jackson, Bullard (Wright 86), Jarrett, Kavanagh, Ellington (Mahon 76), Roberts, Ormerod
Unused subs - Walsh, Teale, Baines




This week the PWU podcast team have released two episodes.

There is a Podcast Special featuring Latics manager Uwe Rösler who met with representatives from the Podcast, Cockney Latic, Jesus Was A Wiganer, Vital Latics and the Mudhutter Fanzine, this episode was recorded on Wednesday 12th February at the DW Stadium.

There is also the normal studio episode looking back on the Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday games and looking forward to the FA cup 5th round tie away at Cardiff City on Saturday, this episode contains an exclusive interview with club captain Emmerson Boyce that was recorded at the clubs training ground at Christopher Park.

Both episodes can be accessed via the embedded player below or by visiting our hosting site www.buzzsprout.com where they can be downloaded from to listen at your leisure.



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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Thursday February 13 2014
Time: 2:36PM

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It doesnt feel like nine years since we last met
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