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After a promising start to the season, Cardiff have dropped off of late, threatening to undo the hard work that Erol Bulut’s side have put in during the opening months.

Five defeats in seven games had been posted ahead of Saturday’s trip to an improving Sheffield Wednesday side who had won three of four games heading into that fixture.

However, Bulut watched his side overturn a half-time deficit to run out 2-1 victors at Hillsborough, the difference between sitting in 10th and dropping into the bottom half.

Bulut will recognise that their inconsistency cannot continue in the long run if they want to challenge for promotion, yet sitting three points adrift of sixth is a scenario that everyone associated with Cardiff would have taken before the beginning of the campaign.

Although Cardiff have six wins from 11 games at their home ground in 2023-24, three of their four defeats have been recorded in their last four outings in South Wales.

As far as Plymouth are concerned, they find themselves in an unusual situation of enjoying a solid campaign and run of form but now being without a permanent manager.

Steven Schumacher has made the decision to leave the Pilgrims for Stoke City, the belief being that he is advancing his career, yet last season’s League One champions have 27 points from 23 games, exceeding that of the Potters.

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Caretaker boss Neil Dewsnip was able to deliver a point in his first game in charge, Plymouth rallying from 3-1 down versus Birmingham City to earn what felt like an important 3-3 draw.

While Dewsnip is unlikely to remain at the helm in the long term, he has an important job to keep Plymouth ticking over until a permanent alternative is found, and his team going four games unbeaten on Boxing Day would make the job increasingly attractive.

While Dewsnip is unlikely to remain at the helm in the long term, he has an important job to keep Plymouth ticking over until a permanent alternative is found, and his team going four games unbeaten on Boxing Day would make the job increasingly attractive.

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