Cardiff boss Neil Warnock is hoping to end their away day hoodoo soon after they came up short against Watford at the weekend.
The Bluebirds rallied from 3-0 down after 68 minutes to lose 3-2 at Watford on Saturday. Junior Hoilett and Bobby Reid scored, but the visitors could not find an equaliser.
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Cardiff have collected one point from their last 10 Premier League away games – 0-0 at Huddersfield in August – and last experienced top-flight victory on the road at Southampton in April 2014.
Warnock’s men next face Manchester United at home, before the Boxing Day trip to Crystal Palace and clash at Leicester three days later, and he is keen to end the travel sickness.
“I don’t mind losing away if we win every home match,” Warnock said. “If we don’t beat Man United next week we’re in trouble. “We’ve got to get some points away from home. It would be the best result of the season, if and when it (an away win) comes.
“(We have) two tough games coming up, Palace away and Leicester away, after next week. We’ve just got to be more positive and not as apprehensive.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.