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Watch: Ipswich Town Group Chat – Will Chambers play, who’s the mystery injury and what are Usain Bolt’s favourite crisps?

PUBLISHED: 16:30 19 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:38 19 October 2018

Stuart Watson, Andy Warren and Mark Heath took part in our latest Ipswich Town Group Chat.

Stuart Watson, Andy Warren and Mark Heath took part in our latest Ipswich Town Group Chat.


Football is back after the international break – which means the return of Mark, Andy and Stu for our Ipswich Town Group Chat.

The boys sat down to talk about their own international breaks, look back at the win over Swansea and look ahead to the visit of QPR to Portman Road this weekend.

That match kicks off what looks to be a very important run of five games for Town before the next international break - QPR (h), Leeds (a), Millwall (a), Preston (h) and Reading (a).

Mark, Stu and Andy discuss that run, the potential ramifications for Paul Hurst, rumours of unrest around the club and much more.

They also take your questions – including the status of Luke Chambers, the mystery injury in the camp, selection headaches and Usain Bolt’s favourite flavour of crisps.

And, of course, they finish with a prediction for tomorrow’s game...

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The former Call Connection offices in the centre of Ipswich are being converted into new central homes. intended for young professionals.

The first stage towards spending a further £3m on improving Ipswich town centre is likely to be signalled by councillors next week.

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Black Friday might not be quite here yet, but many retailers with stores in Suffolk and north Essex have already unveiled offers, with some expanding the day into a week or even more.

Children and young people are almost 90% less likely to be cautioned or convicted for a first offence in Suffolk than a decade ago, according to new figures.

Suffolk’s mental health and wellbeing system is failing and people are struggling to access support they need – even in moments of crisis.

Forecasters recommend hats and scarves for high street shoppers looking for Black Friday deals as the next few days are set to be chilly.

A couple who lost their baby son at just 18 days old are throwing themselves behind a campaign aiming to brighten children’s lives at Christmas time.

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