Cardiff boss Malky Mackay wary of visitors Leicester City
Leicester City will pose a considerable attacking threat to league leaders Cardiff tonight, believes Malky Mackay.
The Bluebirds have been leading the Championship promotion race for virtually the entire campaign and possess the best home record in the division, having tasted defeat just twice at the Cardiff City Stadium this season.
Stuttering City head to South Wales on the back of their worst run of results of the season, but Cardiff boss Mackay will not be taking Nigel Pearson's men lightly, despite being at the King Power Stadium on Saturday to watch the 1-0 defeat against strugglers Sheffield Wednesday.
"A couple of results haven't gone their way, but we are focused on the strength in their squad in terms of their experienced and quality players they have," said Mackay.
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"They have an experienced manager who is a good guy.
"They have had a couple of sticky results, but they have match-winners in their side.
"The game up there earlier in the season was really tough and I don't see this one being any different.
"There have been periods when Leicester have been strong, but like all teams in the division there have been bumps along the way. They are a group who are dangerous."
Craig Bellamy was the difference between the two sides when the Bluebirds claimed a 1-0 victory in December, and the former Liverpool and Newcastle striker is fit to face City after recovering from injury.
Influential captain Mark Hudson also returns from injury.