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Final Score: Cardiff City 0 Albion 2
MATCH UPDATES
FT: Goals in each half from Orlandi and Ulloa seal an impressive win in Cardiff
90+6: Poyet brings on Forster-Caskey in the dying seconds in place of Buckley.
90+4: GOAL! Ulloa scores his first Albion league goal. Lopez broke clear down the right and picked out the Argentine in the middle of the area and he fired the ball past Marshall.
90+1: Buckley through on goal but Marshall turns his effort around his post for a corner.
90+1: Minimum of six minute added on.
90: Bellamy with a great chance to level the score in the last minute but he drags his 12 yard effort wide.
81: Gunnarsson with a powerful 20-yarder but Kuszczak gets down well to make a smart save, low to his left.
77: Connolly picks out Campbell with a low cross from the right but the former Manchester United man turns the ball over from 12 yards.
76: Poyet makes his second change; Calderon on for Hammond.
71: Poyet makes his first change of the night, bringing on Dicker at the expense of goalscorer Orlandi.
64: Conway cuts in off the left and unleashes a fierce strike heading for the top corner but Kuszczak, again, tips the ball over the bar at full stretch.
59: The ball breaks to Gunnarsson on the edge of the Albion box but the Icelandic midfielder blazes his shot over the bar.
46: Second half underway at the Cardiff City Stadium.
HT: Albion have been required to defend well during the first half but have stood up to the challenge and are ahead thanks to Orlandi's clinical finish.
43: GOAL! Orlandi opens the scoring for the Seagulls. Lopez with a low cross from the right, Orlandi gets in front of the defender and beats Marshall with a delicate flick at the front post.*
41: Double block by Bridcutt and El-Abd; first up Bridcutt to deny Noone and El-Abd to stop Gunnarsson inside the Albion box.
31: The ball*ricocheted*back into the path of Bellamy, off the back of Bridge, he shoots on the turn and Kuszczak beats the ball to safety from close range.
31: Two brilliant stops by Kuszczak to deny Bellamy; Hammond teed up the Welsh international with a weak back-pass but the Polish stopper was quick off his line to claw the ball from the feet of Bellamy, who tried to take the ball round him.
27: Upson chests Lopez's free-kick into the path of Ulloa but the volley is clawed away by Marshall diving to his left.
21: Bellamy with a fizzing effort which Kuszczak gets a hand to and deflects onto the crossbar.
20: Whittingham with a curling effort heading for the top left corner and Kuszczak makes an acrobatic stop diving his to his right.
12: Taylor beats El-Abd down the left and cuts the ball back to Noone; his weak effort is well saved by Kuszczak diving low to his left.
11:*Cross by Bridge picks out Ulloa but the Argentine miscues his volley.
01: Match underway at the Cardiff City Stadium.
TEAM NEWSGus Poyet makes one change to the side that drew 1-1 with Blackburn Rovers a week ago, with Andrea Orlandi and David Lopez being recalled to the starting XI.
The former Swansea midfielder Orlandi replaces Vicente while Lopez starts in place of Will Hoskins, who has been ruled out of the rest of the season with knee ligament damage.
Jake Forster-Caskey and George Barker have both been named among the substitutes.*
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay makes just one change to the side that beat Bristol City on Saturday, while former Albion winger Craig Noone starts on the left wing.
Defender Ben Turner has recovered from an ankle injury and he replaces Ben Nugent who misses out with a dead-leg.
Summer signing Noone starts against Albion for the first time since moving to Wales in August.

TEAMS
Cardiff City: (4-4-2) Marshall; Connolly, Hudson, Turner, Taylor; Bellamy, Whittingham, Gunnarsson, Noone (Conway 53); Smith, Campbell (Helguson 85). Subs:*Lewis (GK), McNaughton, Cowie, Kim, Mason.
Albion: (4-3-3) Kuszczak; Bruno, El-Abd, Upson, Bridge; Bridcutt,*Hammond (Calderon 76), Orlandi (Dicker 71); Lopez, Ulloa, Buckley (Forster-Caskey 90+6). Subs: Ankergren (GK), Vicente, LuaLua, Barker.
Referee:*Keith Stroud
Attendance: 23,782 (902 Albion)
Yellow Cards:*Hudson (Cardiff City); El-Abd, Ulloa, Bridcutt, Kuszczak (Albion)




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