|Bru and Moore Doubts Ahead of Cardiff Trip Wed 15th Mar 2017|
Midfielder Kevin Bru and striker Kieffer Moore are doubts ahead of Saturday’s trip to Cardiff City. The Blues will also be without midfielder Emyr Huws, who is ineligible against his parent club but would miss out anyway with a tight hamstring.
|Town Visit Barnsley Looking to End Run of Draws With Win Thu 09th Mar 2017|
Town visit manager Mick McCarthy’s hometown club Barnsley on Saturday looking to end a run of five successive draws by recording their second away win of 2017 and their fifth on the road this season.
|Skuse Aiming to Finish Season on a High Tue 07th Mar 2017|
Cole Skuse is hoping he can play his part in extending Town’s six-game unbeaten run, which would undoubtedly help the sale of season tickets for the 2017/18 campaign.
|Huws a Doubt and Bishop and Hyam Both Miss Out Mon 06th Mar 2017|
Midfielder Emyr Huws is a doubt ahead of Tuesday’s home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers with the hamstring problem which forced him off during the second half of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brentford.
|Smith: Like Andy Murray I Can Return From Back Injury a Better Player Sat 04th Mar 2017|
Town defender Tommy Smith is convinced he can return a better player than before he was injured – and he cites none other than tennis world number one Andy Murray as his inspiration.
|Town Face Brentford Looking to Take February Form Into March Fri 03rd Mar 2017|
Town face Brentford at Portman Road on Saturday looking to take their impressive February form into March.
|Lawrence Back for Brentford Clash as Williams Closes in on Return Wed 01st Mar 2017|
Top scorer Tom Lawrence is available again after a two-match ban and an ankle injury for Saturday’s home game against Brentford, while his Wales international team-mate Jonny Williams is closing in on his return following shoulder surgery, however, Teddy Bishop won’t be involved against the Bees due to a groin problem.
|McGoldrick: We Know How Much the Derby Means Fri 24th Feb 2017|
No one needs to remind David McGoldrick and his team-mates that Town’s recent record in East Anglian derby games has been poor.
|McCarthy Delighted to Have Hyam Back Ahead of Derby Thu 23rd Feb 2017|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy is delighted to have Ipswich-born Luke Hyam back in his squad ahead of Sunday’s derby at Norwich and says the 26-year-old would have that “extra little bit in him” if he were to be involved against his hometown club’s greatest rivals.
|McCarthy Hopeful on Trio Ahead of Derby Thu 23rd Feb 2017|
Skipper Luke Chambers and midfielder Toumani Diagouraga have been ill and striker Freddie Sears has been nursing a groin problem but manager Mick McCarthy is "hopeful and pretty certain" all three will be available for Sunday’s East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road (Sky Sports Two from 11.30am, KO midday).
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