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Listen to ‘Fan Cam’ and see your #myitfcpic pictures from Newcastle United clash

PUBLISHED: 11:30 17 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:23 17 April 2017

#myitfcpic from @HARTfulDodger on Sir Bobby Robson Day as Ipswich Town played Newcastle United

#myitfcpic from @HARTfulDodger on Sir Bobby Robson Day as Ipswich Town played Newcastle United

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Ipswich Town hosts Newcastle United at Portman Road this afternoon, in a match that has seen the day coined Sir Bobby Robson Day - and we want to see your pictures!

Whether you’re watching the match from the Sir Bobby Robson stand itself, listening to BBC Radio Suffolk or following the score online while in your local pub, share a photograph with us using the hashtag #myitfcpic on Twitter or Instagram.

It will be a match that will see the two teams unite in celebration of Sir Bobby and the achievements he helped both clubs to secure under his leadership.

A win against Newcastle is unlikely to change Ipswich’s league position much. For the Blues to climb even one place (they can’t go any higher than 14th on Monday) they will have to win and hope Cardiff lose – and overcome the Welsh side’s slightly superior goal difference.

A loss or draw for Town could see them drop back to 16th or 17th, depending on the results of Wolves and Queens Park Rangers.

Keep us up-to-date with how you’re enjoying the game and we’ll create a gallery of the best pictures.

You could also record us a short video giving your thoughts on the game, celebrating goals or chanting on the terraces – but please, no swearing!

Today’s match-day Fan Cam comes from Bradley Wood and his son Lucas.

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Chris Brammer shares his ratings from Ipswich Town’s 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace, in the Carabao Cup, on Tuesday night. The Blues gave seven players their professional debuts.

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A youthful Ipswich Town went down 2-1 to Premier League Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, in the Carabao Cup, on Tuesday night.

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Confident teenage midfielder Flynn Downes believes one of the most inexperienced Ipswich Town sides in history can cause an almighty Carabao Cup upset at Premier League hosts Crystal Palace tonight (7.30pm ko).

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