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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.

If, like me, you remember the Green’Un Saturday night football paper, produced here in Ipswich, you probably do so with fondness.

Allan Hunter was one of Ipswich Town’s best-ever signings, helping drive the Blues to become one of the most feared sides in England and Europe. ROSS HALLS went to meet ‘Big Al’.

Ipswich Town goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski came on as a half-time substitute as he made his international debut for Poland this evening.

While much of the focus at Ipswich Town is on resolving matters off the pitch between now and the end of the season, on the field the Blues are battling to finish above local rivals Norwich.

Jonas Knudsen was an unused substitute as Denmark beat Panama 1-0 in Copenhagen last night.

Stuart Watson, Andy Warren and Mike Bacon are joined by Phil Ham of TWTD to discuss the state of Ipswich Town heading into the final weeks of the season.

Being released by his beloved Ipswich Town as a 16-year-old has turned out to be the best thing that could have happened to new England goalkeeper Nick Pope

Making his England debut and earning a place at the World Cup was a long way from Nick Pope’s mind as the teenager hauled himself out of bed for his 4am milk rounds in Soham.

Young Ipswich Town striker Ben Morris is hungry for more after making his Championship debut recently.

The future of Mick McCarthy and the direction of Ipswich Town cast a shadow over the final weeks of the season, but there are still plenty of issues to be sorted at Portman Road. ANDY WARREN takes a look

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