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16:17 07 August 2014

Will ITFC be pushing for promotion? Make your predictions now

Will ITFC be pushing for promotion? Make your predictions now

We are just days away from the start of the Championship and excitement is building ahead of Ipswich Town’s first game at home to Fulham.

But can the Super Blues win? What will the score be?

We have launched the Ipswich Town Prediction League so you can predict how well the Super Blues will do this season.

The league is free to enter and there will be prizes up for grabs at the end of the season for the highest scorers - details to be announced shortly.

You can compete against other ITFC fans, but also against our rivals in Norfolk as they predict the results for Norwich City.

You can sign up on the Green ‘Un website and then predict you results for Town’s forthcoming Championship matches.

Five points will be awarded for a correct match result (win, lose or draw) and there are five bonus points if you predict the exact score.

You will also receive a bonus 10 points if you predict the first goal scorer for Ipswich Town.

And, if you correctly predict which team will win the league, you will get another 20 points.

It’s all to play for. Why not get your friends and colleagues to play alongside you and find out who is the best score predictor amongst you?

Register here and start making your predictions today.


Don’t miss our 20-page pre-season supplement - free with Friday’s paper or available with our e-edition

4 comments

  • @pandy, couldn't agree more. I can't listen to the build up these days despite there being some decent guests sometimes.

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    Lyric Break

    Friday, August 8, 2014

  • On behalf of all Town fans who follow the 'Blues' from outside the UK, - 'Good luck to Mick and the team'. To the EADT, and on behalf of the Town fans who follow the 'Blues' from outside the UK - please reconsider the decision to prevent us from accessing the 'Ipswich Town Prediction League'

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    Itsthebish

    Thursday, August 7, 2014

  • One certain predictions is that Mark Murphy will have that know all (or so he thinks) tractor boy ,god help us.

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    pandy

    Thursday, August 7, 2014

  • Good luck to Mick and the boys. Let's hope this is the season that the chairman finally gives us some money for players, tight thing.

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    Lee Davies

    Thursday, August 7, 2014

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Mick McCarthy

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Leon Best celebrates after scoring for Rotherham United in the Ipswich Town v Rotherham United (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 19 March 2016.      
Picture: Steve Waller       
www.stephenwaller.com

Ipswich Town have handed a trial to much-travelled striker Leon Best.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy shakes hands with Norwich manager Alex Neil.   Picture: Steve Waller   www.stephenwaller.com

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Town fans look up towards the Norwich supporters after a yellow flare was thrown into them during the first half of the Ipswich Town v Norwich City (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 21 August 2016.   Picture: Steve Waller   www.stephenwaller.com

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Town's Jonathan Douglas is fouled by Alexander Tettey, although Kevin Bru couldn't make the free kick count in the Ipswich Town v Norwich City (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 21 August 2016.   Picture: Steve Waller   www.stephenwaller.com

It was an entertaining derby match at Portman Road on Sunday, even if neither team was able to secure all three points.

Town manager Mick McCarthy pictured ahead of the Ipswich Town v Norwich City (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 21 August 2016.   Picture: Steve Waller   www.stephenwaller.com

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has called upon supporters to be more consistent with their emotions after hailing his team’s performance in today’s 1-1 East Anglian derby draw with Norwich City at Portman Road.

Jonas Knudsen celebrates putting Town level at 1-1 in the Ipswich Town v Norwich City (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 21 August 2016.   Picture: Steve Waller   www.stephenwaller.com

Jonas Knudsen equalised right on the stroke of half-time as Ipswich Town drew 1-1 with bitter rivals Norwich City in a competitive East Anglian derby, at Portman Road, this lunchtime.

Jonathan Douglas fouls Dominic Iorfa at Wolves on Tuesday

Ipswich Town aim to end seven years of hurt in the East Anglian derby tomorrow, and manager Mick McCarthy believes a similar performance to the one they produced at Wolves on Tuesday could bear fruit.

Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has backed Norwich City to be in the Championship promotion hunt come the end of the season, ahead of Sunday’s East Anglian derby at Portman Road (12 noon).

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