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Knudsen must wait to stake World Cup claim as he remains on bench as Denmark beat Panama

PUBLISHED: 10:44 23 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:55 23 March 2018

Ipswich Town player Jonas Knudsen has been called up to the Denmark squad.  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Ipswich Town player Jonas Knudsen has been called up to the Denmark squad. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN


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

Pione Sisto scored the only goal of the game as the Dane’s emerged victorious from the game played at Brondby, with Knudsen having to make do with a place on the bench.

The Ipswich defender has won two Denmark caps previously but is looking to make his mark ahead of the World Cup in Russia this summer. His next chance for action will come on Tuesday when the Danes host Chile in a friendly.

Elsewhere yesterday, goalkeeper Michael Crowe was also an unused substitute as Wales beat China 6-0 at the China Cup.

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Prosecco lovers will be fizzing with delight to hear a three-litre bottle of their favourite beverage is currently on sale.

Ipswich’s newly revamped Cornhill was given an extra touch of glamour today, as filming for a new reality series came to town.

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While most people tend to think of online offers when they think of Black Friday deals, some independent stores in Ipswich are also getting in on the act this year too.

Contemporary ballet director Holly Noble is premiering a new take on the Snow White legend at DanceEast this weekend. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to her about the contemporary concerns reflected in the timeless story

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