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How will Ipswich Town perform in their remaining nine games of the 2016/17 season?

PUBLISHED: 11:15 16 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:40 16 March 2017

What are your predicttions for Ipswich Town's remaining matches? Picture: Steve Waller

What are your predicttions for Ipswich Town's remaining matches? Picture: Steve Waller

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Ipswich Town travel to Wales this weekend to take on Cardiff City and the big question is can they break their run of draws?

Will Mick McCarthy's side break their run of draws this weekend? Picture: Ashley Pickering Will Mick McCarthy's side break their run of draws this weekend? Picture: Ashley Pickering

Will the Blues come home with three points or will they still be fearing relegation come Saturday night?

Mick McCarthy’s side are currently 16th in the Championship table, and after Saturday they have another eight games to play including top of the table Newcastle on Easter Monday.

They will also face Sheffield Wednesday, who are currently in sixth place, and seventh placed Fulham before they take on Nottingham Forest away in their final game of the season on May 7.

What are your predictions for these remaining games? Take part in our survey and tell us whether you think Town will win, lose or draw in each of their upcoming matches.

What are your score predictions? Leave your comments below.

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