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Crucial Christmas for Cardiff

Andrew Taylor feels the Christmas period will play a crucial part in Cardiff City's season.

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Andrew Taylor: Cardiff defender knows Christmas is crucial

Andrew Taylor: Cardiff defender knows Christmas is crucial

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The Bluebirds sit just one point above the Premier League drop zone after just one win in their last nine games.

"It's a big month," said defender Taylor.

"Last season we won all our games over Christmas and that put us in a great position to win the Championship.

"The games come thick and fast and a decent run means we could start the new year higher up the table."

Cardiff face fellow struggles West Brom this weekend, and Taylor says it is a vital contest.

"It's hard not to realise the significance of the game," he said.

"It's a big game for both clubs because we're so close in the table."

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