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Ipswich Town vs. Bristol City

FPR

December 23

3pm

Time To Bop the Robins

Ipswich can get abck to winning ways against strugglers Bristol City.
A win would move Town eight points clear of the Robins who are fourth bottom and give them a bit of breathing space to look upwards.


Vital Quotes:

Despite Bristol's precarious position, City boss Derek McInnes insisted the game was not a six-pointer and no bigger a clash than any other.

He told their official website: "It`s an important fixture but there`s only three points at stake, like any other game.
"We have just got to concentrate on ourselves.
"We want to try and do all we can to collect three points. My club is the only concern I have.
"Ipswich will provide tough opposition like any other side in the npower Championship, but it`s about what we do on the day that I`m concerned with."

Ipswich Town Team News:

Luke Hyam is back in the frame for a starting place after recovering from a virus.

Player to watch: DJ Campbell

In a good vein of form

Bristol City Team News:

Defenders Greg Cunningham, Louis Carey and Lewin Nyatanga are all expected to be fit, whilst utility man Cole Skuse should also make the trip to Suffolk.

Player to watch: Jon Stead

Looking to score against old club

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Mark Haywood

Match Prediction:

Comfortable win for our boys with DJ getting on the scoresheet again in a 3-1 win.

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The Journalist

Writer: Dan The Town Man Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 21 2012

Time: 1:06PM

 

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