The EFL Championship game between Stoke and Cardiff City will take place on 08.12.2020 at 20:45. As usual for Stoke home games, the match will be played on Tuesday in the Britannia Stadium. The game pits the team currently in 8th against the 12th placed team. Current statistics of Stoke City FC In their last match Stoke City FC won 0:1 against FC Wycombe. The hosts were able to win 11 of their 24 games of the past 6 months in their favour. Stoke had six wins, two draws and three losses in their home matches. In the current season, Stoke won 42.86% (3 out of 7) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 2 times the guests took all points. After a total of 15 games in the season, Stoke has seven wins, four draws and four losses. In the first half time, coach Michael O’Neill’s team is able to score most of their goals. Stoke’s current record shows an average of 3,71 goals per home game, of which 1,86 are their own goals and 1,86 are goals scored against them. Previous season, Stoke City FC scored an average of 1,57 goals in their own stadium and conceded 1,13 goals. The most common results at their home stadium last season were 2:0, 0:2 or 1:2. The most frequent final score in their own stadium last season was 2:3, 4:3 or 1:0. Current statistics of Cardiff City FC In their last game, Cardiff City won 3:0 against Huddersfield. This season, the team has been successful 2 out of 7 matches in away stadiums (28.57%). The statistics for the past 6 months show eleven wins, six draws und seven defeats. During that period Cardiff City won five away games while the team lost three games at away stadiums and three matches ended in a draw. Neil Harris’ team scores 1,00 away goals per game this season, mainly in the second half of the game. On average, 1,86 goals are scored when Cardiff City plays in foreign stadiums. Last season’s statistics show Cardiff City scoring 1,43 goals per away match, while they conceded 1,61 goals. Last last season, away matches most often ended 2:2, 1:0 or 3:1. In the current season, Cardiff City’s away games mostly ended 1:1, 0:1 or 2:3.