He told Bristol City Player
“The away support at every football club usually see the positives rather than the negatives.
“There is no point in supporting your team with you’re going to have a negative influence on them but it is up to us to give them something to be positive about.
“If we get 2,000 City fans that support the team for 90 minutes there will be a little bit of Bristol in Cardiff - which is something we want.”
The Robins beat Cardiff 4 - 2 back in August and will take heart from Peterborough's win at CCS in December.
Under O'Driscoll they have won three of their last four games but they have all been at Ashton Gate. Away from home they have lost their last three in a row.
League positions should predict a comfortable home win but as with Peterborough shocks can happen and it's a derby in front of a sell out crowd.
Cardiff are 8 points clear of Hull going into today's game. Hopefully a Cardiff win in the early kick off will see that back to 11 points before Hull face Charlton at 3:00pm.