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Watch McCarthy’s press conference back as the Ipswich boss discusses injuries, Preston and the Sunderland vacancy

PUBLISHED: 09:00 03 November 2017 | UPDATED: 13:32 03 November 2017

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy, pictured at Cardiff in midweek. Photo: Pagepix

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy, pictured at Cardiff in midweek. Photo: Pagepix

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Ipswich Town host Preston North End in a Championship clash tomorrow afternoon.

Blues boss Mick McCarthy spoke to the press at 1pm today to preview the match and, as always, you can watch the broadcast of the question and answer session right here.

Town have now lost seven of their last 10 leagues games following Tuesday night’s 3-1 loss at Cardiff City, but overall their record reads P14 W7 D0 L7. They sit 11th in the table, four points adrift of the play-off places with a game in hand on most.

Preston lost just one of their opening 12 league games under ex-Norwich boss Alex Neil, but are now winless in five. Wednesday’s night’s 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa was their third loss on the spin.

The Lancashire side have seven senior defenders sidelined ahead of their long trip to Suffolk.

Neighbours have gathered around a police cordon in the Hadleigh Road area of Ipswich.

A balaclava-clad man brandishing a knife robbed a McColls convenience store in Ipswich.

Shopping in Ipswich has just got a little sweeter as Hotel Chocolat has opened its doors.

Six abandoned cats were discovered in a cramped carrier in woodland near Stowmarket.

An Ipswich van driver has been banned from the road after being caught speeding along the A12 on seven occasions in a month.

Celebrate all things fishy as the Woodbridge Shuck returns to Whisstocks Quayside this weekend.

The most and least popular baby names of 2017 have been revealed by the Office of National statistics, find out where your child’s name ranks and how it has fared over the past century.

Suffolk is still a very safe place to live - this is the reassurance that was offered as the latest crime rates for the town were revealed.

The Met Office has issued a new weather warning for heavy rain in Suffolk and north Essex on Sunday.

A DIY SOS-style project to improve the life of a teenager with autism and epilepsy has been completed.

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