CARDIFF City will go into Sunday’s top-of-the-table clash in the Genero Adran Premier “with no fear”, according to head coach Iain Darbyshire.

Level on points with opponents Swansea City, the Bluebirds travel to Llandarcy knowing a win would take them to the summit at the expense of their hosts.

But with the back-to-back champions on a three-year unbeaten run in the league, the task is about as hard as they come for Darbyshire’s side.

"Our target at the start of the season was to try and win every single game, and when we go up against Swansea we try and compete,” he told

“We know it’s the hardest game in the league and that they’re unbeaten in three years. They’re a really difficult team to play against.

“We’ve bounced back really well since we last played them at our place, so we’ll go there with no fear and try and make it difficult for them.

“We just need to capitalise on the key moments in the game, because that’s what we haven’t done in previous games against them.”

Cardiff were on the wrong end of a 4-0 scoreline when the sides met in the capital in September, the Bluebirds’ only loss of the campaign to date.

They have won every game since then and, having played one match more, are only behind Chris Church’s Swans on goal difference.

Their most recent success was a 4-0 win against The New Saints, as Catherine Walsh boosted her tally for the season with a hat-trick.

“I’m delighted," added Darbyshire. "We played some really good football at times.

“We could have scored a few more, but it’s another clean sheet and seven victories on the bounce now.

“We’re in really good form and the girls are doing everything that is asked of them in training and we’re playing some really good football as a result.”

Swansea could have gone into Sunday’s clash with daylight between them and Cardiff had their fixture at Port Talbot Town on Thursday night not been postponed due to floodlight failure.