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Where: Cardiff City Stadium
When: Saturday, 8 March, 3 p.m. GMT
One of the most pivotal relegation scraps of the season is set for Cardiff, as bottom-placed Fulham travel to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's 19th-placed Bluebirds.
The loser of what promises to be a tense, nervy contest faces the prospect of being cast adrift at the foot of the table, while the winner will drag several others back into trouble.
Cardiff managed their sole away win of the season against Fulham in September, taking three points thanks to Jordon Mutch's late strike.
The form guide reflects these sides' current positions as the Premier League's poorest squads.
Fulham have just two points from six, the worst return in the division, and have only one win in 12 games.
Cardiff fare marginally better, taking four points from six but have just a draw and three defeats from their past four games.
Craig Bellamy is becoming increasingly central to Cardiff's survival hopes. The hometown hero is integral to his side and will fancy his chances of exploiting John Arne Riise's declining powers at left-back.
This game pits the Premier League's two weakest defences head-to-head, and each attack will want to take advantage of any hesitancy at the back.
Elsewhere, Maarten Stekelenburg has been alarmingly error-prone for Fulham and must be tested as often as possible.
Prediction: Cardiff 1-2 Fulham
This will be a tense, cagey affair with so much at stake.
These games are so often drawn and it's hard to see the sides separated over 90 minutes.
However, the greater quality of Fulham's squad coupled with the extra anxiety of the home fans may just lead to an unexpected away win.