Bluebirds duo back for cup clash

Cardiff boss Dave Jones looks set to have an almost full squad to choose from ahead of Wednesday's Carling Cup clash at home to Bristol Rovers.

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Capaldi: Set to return

Capaldi: Set to return

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The Bluebirds have full-backs Tony Capaldi and Mark Kennedy available once again after they both missed Sunday's Severnside derby against Bristol City.

Capaldi returns after a one-match suspension while Kennedy is back in the fold after a thigh injury.

There may also be a first start for Kelvin Etuhu who made his debut as a substitute at the weekend following his season-long loan move from Manchester City

Stephen McPhail will also be hoping to be involved after he returned to the bench against the Robins following a hamstring injury.

Kevin McNaughton (ankle) remains four or five weeks away from full fitness while striker Ross McCormack will be sidelined for between six to eight weeks with a hamstring injury.

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