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29-y/o in: The Ipswich Town XI that Lambert should play v Wycombe tomorrow

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Ipswich Town will be looking to get back to winning ways in League One tomorrow when they face Wycombe Wanderers at Portman Road.

The Tractor Boys, who are currently second in the third-tier standings, were forced to settle for a draw on Saturday in their clash with Blackpool.

Goals from Ipswich’s Gwion Edwards and Luke Garbutt were cancelled out by strikes from Joe Nuttall and Jay Spearing.

Having failed to win any of their last three home games in all competitions, the Tractor Boys know that they will have to be on top-form to defeat a Wycombe side who are flying under the guidance of Gareth Ainsworth.

Already five points ahead of Ipswich, the Chairboys could extend their lead at the summit of the League One table to eight points with a victory on Tuesday.

In need of a response to their recent display against Blackpool, it will be intriguing to see how the Tractor Boys fare in front of their own supporters.

Here, we take a look at the XI we expect Ipswich manager Paul Lambert to go with against Wycombe…

Having opted to utilise the 4-4-2 formation on numerous occasions this season, Lambert could turn to this particular set-up tomorrow.

Will Norris is expected to keep his place in goal and will be looking to keep his second clean-sheet of the season at Portman Road.

Luke Garbutt and Janoi Donacien will occupy the full-back positions whilst Luke Chambers will partner Luke Woolfenden in the heart of Ipswich’s defence.

Flynn Downes will be determined to deliver another impressive performance in central midfield alongside Cole Skuse.

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Danny Rowe will feature on the left-hand side of midfield with Edwards set to play on the right for the Tractor Boys.

Whilst Kayden Jackson is set to lead the line for Ipswich, Lambert may opt to replace Jon Nolan with James Norwood.

Having missed the Tractor Boys’ clash with Blackpool, the 29-year-old could be in line to make his return to action and thus will be hoping to add to the seven league goals that he is already scored this season.


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