Vardy sees red but Leicester ease to victory over Wolves

Vardy sees red but Leicester ease to victory over Wolves

The club's next four games will see them take on Cardiff City, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal, in arguably one of their most hard stretches of the season when you include the Spurs game too.

There is no doubting that Newcastle should be confident coming into this game; Cardiff are under pressure to deliver in front of their own fans, especially after losing their opening game at Bournemouth.

Cardiff created little in open play until the 38th minute when Ralls spied Joe Bennett making ground down the left.

Warnock's team looked the better side as they came out for the second period, and certainly should have taken their shot in the 54th minute.

There was a sharp physical edge to the contest with Manquillo booked for hauling down Josh Murphy and Kenedy tangling with Camarasa. That's a bad tackle on Josh Murphy.

Craig Pawson dished out a lot of cards during the match, but notably not to Kenedy who arguably should have been sent off in the first half after lashing out at Victor Camarasa. Newcastle's Kenedy experienced one at Cardiff and is no doubt back under his duvet. Sean Morrison's contact with the ball was clearly unintentional and quite possibly not even in the penalty area.

Kenedy stepped up to take the spot-kick and in the last action of the game, Neil Etheridge became the hero, saving the penalty.

Winger Demarai Gray says he is hoping to hit new heights in Leicester City blue this season, as the Foxes ready themselves for Saturday's Premier League clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers. Arter had a huge impact on the Cardiff midfield, offering a creative, ball-playing option to a usually direct style of play.

Both sides battled on as the clock began to tick down, and despite having a numerical disadvantage had two golden opportunities to leave The Valleys with all three points. A monumental save and a second in as many games from the Philippines worldwide.

"It was a poor penalty, he's not happy he missed a good chance", the Spaniard told BBC's Match of the Day.