Date: 28th October 2010 at 9:01pm
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Ipswich Town’s home clash against Leicester City on Saturday 18 December has been selected for live coverage on Sky, it has been confirmed.

The clash at Portman Road, which is scheduled to kick off at 17:20, will be shown by the satellite broadcaster and not the BBC as initially reported following some confusion earlier in the month within the local press.

Interest in the Blues appears to be growing with the visit of Sven Goran-Eriksson’s side one of three Town matches scheduled for live coverage before Christmas. Town’s match with Swansea 2 weeks before the game against the Foxes is also being shown on Sky, whilst the BBC are to show the East Anglian Derby live on Sunday 28 November.

After having no games selected for live coverage in the opening months of the season, the sudden growth of televised fixtures for Ipswich is likely to be a reflection of the team’s successful start to the campaign. Results have gone a little awry since then for Roy Keane’s side, so let’s hope they can pick things up ready for when the cameras roll into Town!

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