Wanderers aim to shock Sudbury
SOCCER: Ipswich Wanderers have a chance to shock Jewson League title favourites AFC Sudbury tonight.Bolstered by Saturday's 4-1 success at Great Yarmouth, Graham Bickers' side will be in good heart, although Keith Martin's Sudbury take some stopping.
IPSWICH Wanderers have a chance to shock Jewson League title favourites AFC Sudbury tonight.
Bolstered by Saturday's 4-1 success at Great Yarmouth, Graham Bickers' side will be in good heart, although Keith Martin's Sudbury take some stopping.
This will be Sudbury's fourth consecutive home game and they hope to continue where they left off on Saturday after defeating Wisbech well.
Other teams at the top of the table lost or drew to allow Sudbury to reach second spot for only the second time this season. They are six points behind leaders Wroxham with five games in hand.
Martin will not be able to call upon both Russell Tanner and Ross Taylor, who were injured on Saturday, but otherwise has a full squad available.
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Aren Howell is back with Wanderers and their squad is: Stannard, Downs, S Bell, Baker, Buck, Osborn, Smith, Goldfinch, Bickers, Lynch, Harewood, George, Bartholomew, L Bell, Coote, Hetherington.
WOODBRIDGE Town manager Dave Hubbick will be after a confidence-boosting result when his side takes on Stowmarket Town at Notcutt's Park.
Woodbridge are the wrong end of the table and will not find it easy against Stowmarket. The visitors have Colin Yeomans (rib) and Bobby Mayes (hamstring) struggling and include former West Suffolk Academy player Jon Oman for his fifth consecutive start.
Graeme Bynre, who has played for Wroxham but was with Bacton in junior SIL football last season, is set to start again after doing well at home to Norwich United last Saturday.
Striker Wayne Pannell is back with after a brief transfer to Clacton. The Stowmarket squad is:
Nunn, Barker, King, Langham, Oman, DBarnard, Platt, Whatling, Jopling, Byrne, Aldis, Roberts, MBarnard, Ratcliffe, Pannell, Warner, Yeomans, Mayes.
THE Suffolk squad for their East Anglian Counties Women's Championship match against Norfolk at Framlingham Town on Thursday is: F Lunn (Ipswich Town), L Fellingham, C Maclean )both Stowmarket Sophtlogic), S Pleasance, H Williams (both Ipswich Town), S Lloyd (Stowmarket Sophtlogic), L Parker, P Farrow, N Ives, S Ballam (all Ipswich Town), S Barton, D Morley (both Stowmarket Sophtlogic), H Bass, M Allum, A Arnold, L Culley, H Cook (all Ipswich Town). On standby: K Emsden (Whitton U), N Willis, L Green (all Ipswich Town).