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SkySports | Ipswich Town

League One fixtures 2019/20

Sunderland will begin their bid for promotion to the Sky Bet Championship by welcoming Oxford United to the Stadium of Light, while Ipswich will travel to Burton Albion.

Championship fixtures: Luton, Leeds, Derby on Sky

Newly-promoted Luton Town kick-off the 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship season at home to Middlesbrough on Friday August 2, live on Sky Sports Football.

EFL fixtures live on Sky

Sky Sports has added 12 more live EFL games to its schedule, featuring Leeds vs Derby and MK Dons' clash with AFC Wimbledon.

Ipswich sign EFL top scorer Norwood

Ipswich have signed Tranmere Rovers striker and the EFL's 2018/19 top goalscorer James Norwood on a free transfer.

Judge requires wrist surgery

Republic of Ireland midfielder Alan Judge will have surgery on his fractured wrist on Monday, manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed.

Championship free agents

With the Championship regular season behind us, we take a look at the players who may be searching for pastures new this summer.

Top Championship players this season

Birmingham's Lukas Jutkiewicz has won the Championship Power Rankings - but who was your club's top player this term, according to the stats?

Sky Bet Championship Team of the Season

With the regular Championship season over and the playoffs looming, WhoScored.com take a look at their team of the season.

Prutton's final Championship table

All season we have been asking our resident Sky Bet EFL expert David Prutton to predict every Championship match, but how did he get on?

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Evening Star Sport

#Gameday: The sights and sounds of Ipswich Town’s day at the Interwetten Cup in Meppen (8 hours old)

Go behind the game with the sights and sounds of Ipswich Town’s time at the Interwetten Cup in Meppen, Germany.

Sudbury win thriller by three runs against Great Witchingham, while Mallards are set to fold (14 hours old)

Defending champions Sudbury kept the pressure on the top two, in the Read Brothers Ltd East Anglian Premier League, thanks to an exciting three-run win over Great Witchingham, on Saturday.

‘I’m just delighted to be back out there with an Ipswich shirt on’ - Huws can’t wait for season to start (14 hours old)

Ipswich Town midfield star Emyr Huws says he’s ‘only going to get stronger and stronger’ as he returns to action following a serious knee injury.

Watch: Norwood’s first goal for Ipswich, just four minutes into his debut (15 hours old)

Striker James Norwood took just four minutes to open his Ipswich Town goal account yesterday – and you can watch his strike here.

‘He has an incredible left foot and fantastic delivery... I know where I want to play him’ - Lambert on loanee Garbutt (16 hours old)

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert is excited to put new signing Luke Garbutt’s ‘incredible left foot’ to use at Portman Road and insists he has a role in mind for the versatile loanee.

Golfer Dinmore wins £50k Mercedes truck with a hole-in-one (16 hours old)

Lee Dinmore, a six-handicap member at Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club, had an experience he will never forget at the Mercedes-Benz Golf Day at the Centurion Club in Hertfordshire.

‘I want to play every game... the gaffer’s said it’s down to me’ - Woolfenden out to take his Town chance (1 day old)

Luke Woolfenden is out to take his opportunity and win a place in the Ipswich Town side for the opening day of the League One season.

Player reports: How all 23 Ipswich Town players performed at the Interwetten Cup (1 day old)

Ipswich Town lost 4-1 to Fortuna Dusseldorf and 3-1 on penalties to host Meppen at the Interwetten Cup. Andy Warren looks at how the 23 Blues players performed.

Mistakes and missed chances – Town duo reflect on Interwetten Cup defeats (1 day old)

Ipswich Town duo Luke Woolfenden and Jordan Roberts admitted a combination of mistakes and not taking chances led to a last place finish in the Interwetten Cup.

Stu says: Five observations following Ipswich Town’s last place finish in the Interwetten Cup (1 day old)

Ipswich Town finished last in the Interwetten Cup after losing to Fortuna Dusseldorf and SV Meppen. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts on the Blues’ involvement in the four-team friendly competition.

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