Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna is looking forward to seeing his team have another crack at West Brom tomorrow lunchtime (12.30pm, Sky Sports).

The Blues lost 2-0 at the Hawthorns in late November, failing to produce a shot on target in a game they were always held at arm's length in. 

"You can probably say that they showed the best of themselves in that game," said McKenna, speaking ahead of what is a fourth-v-fifth Championship clash. 

 "They're statistically the best team in the league on set plays and they scored off their first corner. They then showed how resolute they can be. When they've got a lead they can be very, very hard to create chances against. They've got real physicality and discipline in their defending.

"And they showed that when they're on top and things are going their way they've got good technical qualities. They're a good team, with very good players that are very well coached. They have good structure in all phases of the game.

"It's a really big challenge for us, but it's one we're looking forward to. The game up there didn't go our way, the early goal didn't help, but we have to say that West Brom were the better team on the day. We're now looking forward to getting another go at them now in our home stadium and seeing if we can impose some more of our game on them."

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New strikers Kieffer Moore and Ali Al-Hamadi both produced encouraging debuts off the bench in last weekend's 3-2 defeat Preston North End, the former scoring twice and the latter looking lively. The late January transfer window recruits are now set to make their home debuts.

"Kieffer and Ali arrived so late before the Preston game, so this week was their first proper sessions with us," said McKenna.

"There's a process to integrating them, both physically and technically getting used to how we train and the intensity that we work at, but also tactically them understanding our principles and how we play. We also need to understand them and how we can best utilise them both. 

"We've done some good work on that this week, but it doesn't happen in a day or a week. That will continue over the next few weeks before I think we'll really start to see their best."