Palace Revenge Best Serves Cold By Blues
Revenge is the main motivation for the Blues against Palace, although three points would be pretty handy too.
Knocked by five at Selhurst Park, Ipswich are a tighter unit, even if they don't score many and he powder puff atack is not helped with David McGoldrick unable to play.
Palace, one time promotion challegers, are a poorer proposition with Ian Holloway in charge.
They have not scored in more than six hours of football so Town can exact revenge and gain another step nearer a 19th consecutive Championship season.
Ipswich Town Team News:
Jay Tabb picked up a knee injury in the loss at home to Hull but Anthony Wordsworth is no bad replacement.
Aaron Mclean remains a doubt with a toe injury while Lee Martin (ankle) and Patrick Kisnorbo (illness) are in with a shout.
Player to watch: Daryl Murphy
Crystal Palace Team News:
Former Towm midfielder Owen Garvan is back after a knee injury, but skipper Mile Jedinak is suspended for two matches.
Paddy McCarthy, Darcy Blake and Kevin Phillips are all in with achance of playing.
Player to watch: Glenn Murray
Match Facts & Stats
Blues to win 2-0