After gleaning two good away points Ipswich are ready to go a step further and win at home for the frist time in more than seven months.
It would mean beating the league leaders Cardiff, in a live televised match, not an easy task but a new found confidence could see us through.
Blues boss Paul Jewell told Radio Suffolk: You know when players aren’t giving everything and they are giving everything.
“Everyone wants to batter us but we have to close ranks and fight our way through this horrible spell.”
City skippier Mark Hudson told the South Wales Echo: ‘We`ve had a good start, but now we know we`ve got another tough game at Ipswich to come.
“We`ve got a lot travelling to do, but, if we can get another three points on the board before the international break, then that would be great.
“We are going to be going there with confidence and we will be looking to do the job.”
Ipswich Town Team News:
After playing so well to get a draw at Brighton Ipswich could well be unchanged.
Player to watch: Michael Chopra
Lump a few quid on Chops to score against his old club.
Cardiff City Team News:
City are hoping to be injury free but may tweak the side which beat Birmingham to go top in midweek.
Player to watch: Heidar Helguson
Carries a physical threat
Match Facts & Stats
It would go against the odds, and commonsense, but this is the win we have been waiting for – Town to win 2-1