Cardiff City are back home this weekend, with Bournemouth the visitors to the Welsh capital.

Here's everything you need to know about the clash at the Cardiff City Stadium.

What time is Cardiff City v Bournemouth kick-off?

The game kicks off on Saturday, August 21 at 3pm BST.

Is Cardiff City v Bournemouth on TV?

No. The game will not be shown on live TV.

What about live streaming?

The fixture will be screened live on Cardiff City TV, but only in dark market areas.

You can find more information here.

You can also follow live updates from Cardiff City Stadium via our match blog which will be available on our Cardiff City page.

What's the latest team news?

Cardiff City are still without Joe Ralls and Ryan Giles due to injury and illness respectively, but Mick McCarthy has welcomed Leandro Bacuna and Isaac Vassell back to training.

Lee Tomlin has undergone another operation to help solve a groin issue, and is once again set to miss out.

Meanwhile, the Cherries could welcome back Leif Davis after missing out on the last two matches with a hamstring injury.

What have the managers said?

Cardiff City manager Mick McCarthy: "They’re going to play like Fulham did. They’ve still got players form when they were in the PL. They’ve got some good players and a good manager.

"You’ve got to respect their level of quality. It’s been a tough week for the lads. We didn’t get in until 2am the other day, so it’s about recovery. But we’ll be alright."

Bournemouth manager Scott Parker: "They are a very, very big side and play to that, use that as a massive factor in terms of what they try and do.

"As always we’ll come up with the best way to deal with that and how we deal with that in terms of set plays, lines, whatever that may be.

What are the latest betting odds?

Cardiff 9/5

Draw 11/5

Bournemouth 31/20

(Odds courtesy of Grosvenor and correct at time of publishing)

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