Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing himself for a bottom-of-the-table scrap against Fulham on Saturday, according to Sky
Fulham currently sit rock bottom of the Premier League table but Cardiff are just a point above them going into their vital clash this weekend.
Solskjaer is aware that the match-up is a ‘massive’ game for his side with both sides struggling for points of late.
“It’s the biggest game for us,” Solskjaer said. “Obviously, this game is massive. You just want your players to go out there, play and express themselves with no fear.
“At this stage of the campaign, you look at the form and confidence and I don’t think any of these two teams can say we are in top shape.
“I don’t think either side would be happy with a draw. There will be two teams that have to go out there and try to win the game. I think you will see some positive football from both sides.”
The Bluebirds have managed just one win in their last 12 league games, including four consecutive losses in their last four games, but the boss feels being at home will help.
“We are at home. We’ve played some good games at home lately even though the Hull game (a 4-0 loss) was disappointing,” added the 41-year-old.
“But we have dominated some games here and we should have scored two or three goals. Hopefully, this time we will get the rewards for all the work we have done.”
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