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Kings of Anglia Issue 7 Magazine Offer With Jimmy Bullard and Tristan Nydam

Matchday Recap: The story of the game as the Millers snatch it late

PUBLISHED: 16:44 11 August 2018 | UPDATED: 17:50 11 August 2018

Gwion Edwards stretches the Rotherham defence with an early cross Picture Pagepix

Gwion Edwards stretches the Rotherham defence with an early cross Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town head to Rotherham this afternoon for their first away game of the Championship season (3pm).

Kayden Jackson, Toto Nsiala and Jon Nolan could all make their debuts this afternoon as the Blues travel to the New York Stadium.

The game also sees manager Paul Hurst return to the club he played more than 500 games for, while his Shrewsbury side also lost to the Millers in last season’s League One play-off final.

Hurst said: “Rotherham are very close to my heart having spent almost all of my playing career there,” he said. “I was pleased for the club it moved on, unfortunately I wasn’t there to play at the new stadium and I’ve only been there a couple of times.

“But my recent memory wasn’t a good one, losing out to them at Wembley, but I’m pleased for them as a football club and pleased for the lads that are there, Paul Warne, Richard Barker, Matt Hamshaw, Mike Pollitt, I played with three of them at Rotherham.

“They’re very good lads and it would be nice to see them on Saturday, but hopefully it might be my turn to be smiling at the end of the game.”

Paul Hurst will ensure his Ipswich Town players are told a few home truths following their penalty loss to Exeter.

Ipswich Town exited the Carabao Cup courtesy of a penalty shootout defeat at League Two side Exeter City tonight. STUART WATSON gives his snap observations.

Ipswich Town are out of the Carabao Cup at the first hurdle after going down 4-2 on penalties to Exeter City, following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.

Ipswich Town are in Carabao Cup action this evening as they travel to take on Exeter City at St James Park.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst says he will name a strong team for tonight’s Carabao Cup first round match at Exeter City.

Kayden Jackson is excited to be playing alongside ‘the best full-back in League Two last season’ after being reunited with Janoi Donacien at Ipswich Town.

Mark Heath, Stuart Watson and Andy Warren are back to discuss the latest goings on at Ipswich Town.

Ben Morris scored twice as Ipswich Town’s Under 23s went down 3-2 at Sheffield United this afternoon.

Kayden Jackson is Ipswich Town’s new No.9 after completing a £1.6m deadline day move Accrington Stanley last week. The 24-year-old speaks about his journey to this point, electric pace and hunger to succeed in the Championship.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst admits his team have ‘some distance’ to go in terms of reaching the levels he expects, but says ‘not everything was wrong’ in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Rotherham United.

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