a refreshed, reinforced and revitalised Ipswich go to Hull looking to start climbing away from the bottom three.
PMA 9positive mental attitude)is the key to escaping their current woes according to Ipswich new boy Nigel Reo Coker.
He told the official website:’The experience I have had in this league is priceless. I know what it takes to get out of this situation and it needs a positive frame of mind.
“Every game is important and we must have the confidence and belief to win every game – that is the approach to have in this league.’
Hull City Team News:
Former Ipswich favourite Alex Bruce is ruled out with injury, as is Robert Koren.
But Hull do have James Chester and Joe Dudgeon fit.
Player to watch: Corry Evans
Ipswich Town Team News:
Scott Loach is dropped, while Luke Hyam, Andy Drury and Massimo Luongo are unlikley to see much action with Nigel Reo-Coker and Stephen Henderson making debuts.
Player to watch: DJ campbell
Match Facts & Stats
Ipswich to take advantage of Hull’s poor home form and new faces to nick a point in a 1-1 draw.