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Catch up on what was said in today’s Ipswich Town web chat

PUBLISHED: 12:58 06 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:19 06 November 2017

Martyn Waghorn celebrates with team-mates Joe Garner and David McGoldrick after giving Town a 1-0 lead against Preston on Saturday. Photo: Steve Waller

Martyn Waghorn celebrates with team-mates Joe Garner and David McGoldrick after giving Town a 1-0 lead against Preston on Saturday. Photo: Steve Waller

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Ipswich Town go into the third international break of the season on a high following Saturday’s 3-0 home win over Preston.

Blues reporter Stuart Watson hosted a live discussion on the season so far this lunchtime.

Mick McCarthy’s men have won eight and lost seven to sit eighth in the Championship table, two points adrift of the play-off places with a game in hand on most.

The majority of their victories have come against bottom-half sides, while most of the defeats have been against the division’s leading sides.

Town’s front four of Joe Garner, David McGoldrick, Martyn Waghorn and Bersant Celina have scored 25 goals between them in all competitions, but Saturday was only the fourth clean sheet in 15 league games.

Injured midfield trio Emyr Huws, Tom Adeyemi and Teddy Bishop are all on the road to recovery.

The lead up to Christmas looks like this: Hull (a), Sheff Weds (h), Aston Villa (a), Derby (a), Nottm Forest (h), Middlesbrough (a), Reading (h), Wolves (a).

Outraged fans have demanded answers after two big-name bands – including one headliner – were mysteriously dropped from the line-up of an Ipswich festival.

A woman involved in a serious collision on the A14 at Coddenham is in a stable condition after suffering ‘serious but not life-threatening’ injuries.

Unionists have pledged to work with the region’s ambulance service to push for improvements after an inquiry found three patients suffered severe harm due to winter delays.

Double RIBA award win for Ipswich-based Nicholas Jacob Architects

Almost half of Suffolk’s schools rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted have not been inspected in the last six years – and six were last visited more than a decade ago.

Radical plans to overhaul health and social care in the region have taken a step forward, but critics fear the public are being left in the dark.

People in Martlesham have overwhelmingly voted to adopt the area’s new neighbourhood plan, which will help inform future developments.

Plans are underway to create a new youth employment scheme to replace the MyGo centre, it has been revealed – but district and borough councils look likely to be fronting half the cash.

Sandwiches, tea, cake and scones and I’ve not had to leave my house. What’s not to love?

Take a look at our guide to see which pharmacies in Suffolk and north Essex which will be open this bank holiday Monday, May 28.

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