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Live: Sheff Weds v Ipswich Town - Waghorn at the double to restore Blues’ lead after Joao leveller

PUBLISHED: 18:00 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 21:27 06 March 2018

Martyn Waghorn celebrates his second half goal at Hillsborough with a cricketing theme Picture Pagepix

Martyn Waghorn celebrates his second half goal at Hillsborough with a cricketing theme Picture Pagepix

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The Blues head to Sheffield Wednesday unbeaten on their last trip to Hillsborough, while manager Mick McCarthy has never lost at the home of the Owls.

The Blues were due to take on relegation-threatened Hull at Portman Road but the game was called off on Friday morning due to the freezing conditions.

That means they have had to wait until tonight to try and back up their away win at Preston last time out.

They head to a ground where they have a good record, with their last defeat coming all the way back in April 2007.

An impressive Tom Lawrence strike secured three points last season, while debut-making teenager Andre Dozzell headed home an equaliser to secure a point in 2016.

A new supermarket chain is set to join Ransomes Europark in Ipswich, as a unit empty for seven years is finally getting a new lease of life.

The family of Ipswich Town legend Kevin Beattie have today thanked friends and fans for their outpouring of ‘amazing love and support’ since his sudden death.

Suffolk is being warned to expect high winds and a significant dip in temperatures as we near the weekend, marking the start of the real autumnal weather.

Tributes have been paid to Ipswich sports shop owner Malcolm Marriott, who has died after a lifetime of running shops in the heart of the town centre.

A bus passenger “poked and prodded” and was racially abusive to a Suffolk bus driver who asked him to stop drinking wine out of a bottle, it has been alleged.

David Kindred takes a look at a previous Ipswich school, Martin Newbys in Fore Street, and Fisons works at Cliff Quay. Does this article bring back memories for you?

A long-running feud between a Suffolk council and residents’ group has reignited over claims of a “secretive” meeting and concerns over a £500,000 cemetery extension.

They claim the new attraction will blight their homes – and say they were not told about the plans when they bought the properties.

If a driver had been caught on a mobile phone while driving, it would be bad enough.

A man in his 20s has died and another person is in a life-threatening condition after a three vehicle crash on the A120 between Marks Tey and Coggeshall.

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