The Shropshire lad smashed home his second goal of the season in the 5-2 defeat at Fulham and insists Alan Pardew has made his intentions in the FA Cup crystal
Further information from the Stadium ticket office on 0845 345 1400 or via the club's official website at www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk THE CARLING CUP Crystal
Palace v Cardiff City Selhurst Park, 8pm PROBABLE LINE-UPS PALACE (4-2-3-1) Price Clyne Parr McCarthy (c) Gardner Zaha Jedinak Ambrose Dikgacoi Wright Murray Miller Cowie Mason Subs: Julian Speroni (gk) Peter Ramage Owen Garvan Chris Martin Antonio Pedroza Steffen Iversen Jermaine Easter Kiss Gunnarsson Whittingham Hudson (c) Turner McNaughton Taylor Subs: David Marshall (gk) Anthony Gerrard Darcy Blake Craig Conway Stephen McPhail Joe Ralls Robert Earnshaw Heaton CARDIFF (4-1-4-1) WHO'S THE REF?
Burton have lost just one of their last eight home matches in the FA Cup Arsenal have never lost to lower-league opposition in the 22 ties in which Arsene Wenger has been in charge Leeds are unbeaten in their last three away trips to top-flight opposition in the FA Cup Everton have won only two of their last eight away games in the FA Cup Scunthorpe have lost their last six league games at home Port Vale have failed to win in any of their last 11 away matches in the third round or later of the FA Cup Crystal
Palace are unbeaten in their five trips to Coventry's Ricoh Arena, winning four and drawing the other QPR have failed to score in seven of their last nine matches against Blackburn 6/5 John Carew has scored six goals in his last five outings in the FA Cup for Aston Villa
SAMMY AMEOBI has revealed that Alan Pardew has made his intentions in the Carling Cup crystal
clear after telling his players: "Let's go all the way."