Ipswich Town take on Bristol City tomorrow as they look to continue their fight at the bottom of the Sky Bet Championship table.
The Tractor Boys have shown some half-promising signs under Paul Lambert but they are still looking for their first win of his tenure.
Even so, the game against West Brom was always going to be hard and this one against Bristol City seems a more realistic one to target for three points.
The Robins are far from in good form at the moment and the men from Portman Road will feel as though they can get a result at Ashton Gate.
With that said, then, the latest team news to come out of the club should only boost their hopes further.
Indeed, Paul Lambert has revealed that there are no fresh injury worries currently in his squad to deal with:
PL: “Everybody is fine, we have no new injuries. Whether Ellis or Myles are ready is a different question but they’re making progress.”
— Ipswich Town FC (@Official_ITFC) November 27, 2018
This is, of course, a boost for the Tractor Boys.
They might not be completely at full-strength but they are not far off as they look to get themselves up the table.
Lambert seems to have instilled some belief into the fans that they can turn it around and now it is time to start getting results.
Bristol City represents a good chance for that to happen.