Ashton Gate sold out for Bristol City v Ipswich Town

David McGoldrick is guilty of a push on the keeper from this corner at Ashton Gate

David McGoldrick is guilty of a push on the keeper from this corner at Ashton Gate - Credit: Archant

Ipswich Town will play in front of a sell-out Ashton Gate crowd, when they travel to Bristol City for manager Lee Johnson’s first game in charge.

Johnson, son of former City boss Gary and a former player for the club, took over the reins at Ashton Gate last week following the sacking of Steve Cotterill.

He will lead the team for the first time this weekend, against an Ipswich side which could include close friend Cole Skuse, with the City fans responding by snapping up all available tickets.

After taking more than 3,000 fans to QPR at the weekend, the Blues have sold all their ticket for the away end on Saturday.


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