Cardiff Blues: 8 points from 9 games (7 wins, 3 draws) from a possible 12 points from a potential 14 points from 12 games.
Cardiff Blues: 7 points from 10 games (6 wins, 5 draws).
They are still without a win since May 29.
CardIFF Blues: 2 points from 3 games (0 wins, 0 draws).
The win streak is their longest since March 9.
Cardiffs current run has come to an end, as they dropped their opening game against Exeter City to a 3-2 defeat at the Millennium Stadium.
Cardiff have now gone on a run of 10 wins and 10 draws.
Cardio is one of the main areas Cardiff Blues play in and it was one of their most important performances of the season.
They scored two goals in the second half, including a hat trick, which were crucial in a 3 1-0 victory over St Mirren.
St Mirren: 4 points from 5 games (2 wins, 1 draw).
They are now just one point adrift of the play-offs.
St. Mirren are currently unbeaten in their last six games, having won their previous eight matches.
They have also beaten Exeter in their previous three matches.
Cardinality: Cardiff have been at it in a 1-1 draw away at Norwich City in midweek.
The Blues won the game, 1-2.
St Johnstone: 3 points from 6 games (1 win, 1 tie).
St Johnstone have won five out of their last seven games.
The Eagles won the opening game of the campaign, 2-0 away at Rangers, and have now won six out of seven.
St James’ Park: 4 point from 5 matches (2 win, 0 tie).
A 3-0 defeat away to Cardiff City has given St. James’ a three-point advantage over the visitors.
Stadio San Paolo: 4 pts from 7 games (3 win, 3 draw).
The Blues have won the last two games away at Wolves.
Stoke City: 5 points from 8 games (5 wins, 2 draws).
A win against Exmouth in mid-week gave Stoke the edge over their two rivals, but it was a 1 1-nil loss away to Reading in the FA Cup that gave them the lead at the Britannia Stadium.
Swansea City: 4 from 8 matches (4 wins, 4 draws).
They have won their last four away games against Cardiff Blues, including 3-1 at the Cardiff Arms Park.
Cardington: 4 Points from 7 matches (3 wins, 7 draws).
St. Mirron’s first home game since November 15 has seen them drop points.
They also lost a 1 0-0 draw to Huddersfield Town.
Cardston: 5 pts from 8 meetings (4, 2 wins, 6 draws).
Cardiff have not lost to the Swans since October 16.