'Everyone is watching - so let's behave'
SWANS chairman Huw Jenkins has urged fans to behave ahead of the South Wales derby.
Trouble between both sets of supporters has often marred games between the two clubs over the years.
Sunday's derby will be the first in England's top flight and will be watched by millions of television viewers around the globe.
Ahead of the game, Mr Jenkins praised the way the fixture has been dealt with by South Wales Police in recent years.
And he asked fans to remember the eyes of the football world will be on Cardiff come Sunday afternoon.
Mr Jenkins said: "The way the police have handled the games we have played over the last few years has been first class.
"With the changes to the stadiums and the modern approach to stewarding and safety controls, the games are much, much better.
"We can't forget — ourselves and Cardiff — are playing in front of biggest audience we have ever had for the derby. The game is going to be shown around the world and it is vitally important that people see it as a football match and nothing more than that."
Swans supporters attending the game will be bused directly to and from the Cardiff City Stadium in a bid to minimise the risk of trouble.
The "bubble match" means fans can't make their own travel arrangements to get to the game.
It is understood a major police operation is in place to ensure the match-day buses have a safe journey down the M4 to the capital.